Jared Polis, the incoming governor of Colorado, at left, with his partner, Marlon Reis. By Matthew Schneier. It was a vision of progress captured in its unfurling: a milestone celebrated by those who saw themselves represented, even as it was also accepted by others as a matter of unremarkable course. Bush , in a self-funded campaign that helped make the race the most expensive in Colorado history. Constituents voted for him by a more-thanpoint margin, in a state whose swing on gay rights in the last three decades can be described as a complete about-face. Will wrote.
The choruses of Rocky Mountain Arts Association join forces to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising, a seminal event that gave birth to the gay rights movement in the United States. The combined ensembles premiered this newly-commissioned choral work commemorating this landmark event with five performances throughout the Denver metropolitan area and sang it at Carnegie Hall in June. Sing in the shower? In public? Do your friends wish you had an outlet for all your vocal energy?
Explore Denver's lively nightlife at a variety of different bars and clubs that share one similarity - they're fun and welcoming to all. Denver is quickly becoming one of the most accepting cities in the nation. No matter where you go in The Mile High City you'll have a great time, but don't miss these top attractions to make Use this itinerary to plan your next 3-day getaway in The Mile High City. Sure, "Brokeback Mountain" made a neighboring state famous, but the laid-back, welcoming nature of the locals and a vibrant nightlife makes Denver the true gay and lesbian center of the West, with many hotels and restaurants catering to LGBTQ visitors.