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3/24/2012 – Queer Girl City Guide: Santa Fe, New Mexico, by Sam I’ve lived in Santa Fe for about nine months and I’ve never fallen in love with a place as quickly and fiercely as I have with the “City Different.” Others feel this way too, as evidenced by the local economy’s driving factor—tourism. Santa Fe is an “escape” of sorts — it’s quiet and mountainous and some people find it magical.
Residents welcome tourists, despite the fact that they might butcher the pronunciation of the Spanish-named streets and crowd the tiny, one-way dirt roads with their massive SUVs.
We welcome outsiders because that’s what Santa Fe is all about.
That’s what makes Santa Fe awesome for residents, awesome for visitors, and especially awesome for the gays.
That said, there is one gay bar/club: The Rouge Cat (101 W. It is female-owned, but it’s also pretty male-dominated and tend to have a 30 crowd.
On the main level, there’s a comfortable but chic sitting area and small bar.
Inside the museum are photos of the Carson family and other historical figures, as well as artifacts such as Josefa’s sewing box with red silk lining, Carson’s U. Army sabre and scabbard, his Masonic hat and a replica of his .50 caliber Hawkins rifle.
3/16/2012 – Queer Girl City Guide: Dublin, Ireland, by Una 13.
Because I’m a lesbian, and I’m 24-years-old, and I’ve already done all this, and it only makes sense that things will be easy for you too!
Santa Fe is very small (there are only 70,000 or so full-time residents), the majority of the people are old enough to retire, and the nightlife in general is pretty quiet.
3/19/2012 – Queer Girl City Guide: Vancouver, Canada, by Kathryn 14.
3/19/2012 – Things We Wrote That You Loved, by The Team 15.