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By Andrew Collins. While New Orleans used to have a popular gay bathhouse, Club New Orleans, they have closed and a couple of years earlier, the city's other bathhouse, Flex, also closed. Club New Orleans Toulouse St. This five-story club was in a surprisingly touristy and central location, right in the middle of the French Quarter, near a number of notable New Orleans hotels and a short walk from top New Orleans gay bars. The establishment was part of the popular national gay-bathhouse Clubs chain, which has other locations in Columbus , Dallas , Fort Lauderdale , Houston , Indianapolis , Orlando , and St.
LGBT history in New Orleans
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The nation's most fascinating city never fails to seduce visitors. Discover NOLA's new restaurants, classic attractions, and slightly unseemly underbelly. New Orleans is many things, but boring is not one of them. While 's Hurricane Katrina will never ebb from the Crescent City's memory, it did little to dampen the city's spirit of joie de vivre.
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Let a tour guide lead you through the studios where artists are hard at work building floats. The personal collection of lifelong Ninth Ward resident Ronald W. Lewis features costumes, photos and more in order to celebrate the enormous cultural contributions of the Mardi Gras Indians.
Using footage from the New Orleans documentary That B. T as its backdrop, "Formation" is both a personal and political statement about repression and a celebration of black life in America. As a meditation on the intersections of place, class and gender identity, past and present, "Formation" is also unashamedly queer.