This series will include a snapshot of the HIV epidemic in each of the 48 counties, seven states, and two cities targeted within the plan. These profiles aren't meant to be the definitive story of the epidemic in each locale, but rather -- through sharing some basic statistics and interviews with a few key stakeholders -- to provide some context for what's occurring there, and what it will take to end the epidemic in that area. For this series, we also interviewed people in the city of Riverside , which has an epidemic that impacts more black and Latinx people. He is HIV negative.
Gay Resort Roundup
Living the Golden Years With HIV in Palm Springs, California
Although a number of LGBTQ retirement villages exist nationwide — both for wealthy and low-income residents — the developers bill their project as the first of its kind in Southern California. They say it will be a standout in terms of lessening what many seniors face: loneliness. For the LGBTQ population, often childless and less biological-family-centric, isolation and its repercussions can be a grim reality of aging. Among the comforts and diversions: two pools, pickleball and bocce ball courts, a dog park, putting green, gardens, a salon, screening room, restaurant and bar, gym, massage studio, and card and game rooms.
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Imagine how fabulous it would have been to see the likes of Marilyn Monroe, Ava Gardner, and Elizabeth Taylor partying around the clubs and bars? Today, it is still a popular destination for the famous elite and one specific demographic… the gays! Umm, can we live here forever, please?
Below are seven gay bars in the city of Palm Springs to check out on your next visit! You can thank us later. As you reach the city on Highway , the lounge is the first bar you come across and the last one you stop at on your way out. Check out the tiki menu and try a Reach Around—made with Three Olives mango vodka, watermelon pucker, orange juice and a squeeze of lime—or go for one of their delicious margaritas!