Sign in. By Mariya Stangl. D inah Shore, known to regulars as the Dinah, took place over the weekend in Palm Springs. And just like prom, people go hard over Dinah weekend. It brings people out of their shells, their comfort zones and, sometimes, out of their minds with partying.
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The incarnation featured an "Emerald City" theme, and as these sizzling photos attest, revelers went to creative lengths to incorporate Dorothy's ruby slippers, Glinda's pink tulle and munchkin garb into their spirited attire -- and there was no shortage of lions, tigers and, of course, bears at the gay beach fete, too. Sand, surf and skin aside, the annual party also has a charitable aim. A photo posted by C. Diggz cdiggz on Jul 26, at pm PDT. We Represent the Lollipop Guild instapic instagay fireisland pines pinesparty summer summer dance party emeraldcity lollipop lovelife. The flying monkeys! Beach party at night.
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When the world rang in , we thought we would be leaving much of the malaise of the previous pandemic year behind. The party, organized by gay circuit scene impresario Jeffrey Sanker, received massive criticism on social media, where many pointed out that hospital ICU beds in Jalisco were at percent capacity and that, due to the pandemic raging in the area, local officials were capping event attendance at eight people. In fact, the latter regulation is what ultimately prompted Sanker to move at least one of the parties associated with the event to the neighboring state of Nayarit, which has much more lax restrictions, according to reporting from the Los Angeles Blade.
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