“Two of my friends have an ongoing joke: If they’re the only customers in a bar, that bar is now a gay bar.

The same ethos can be applied essentially anywhere in a city as gay as Palm Springs: Any coffee shop or clothing store can be gay if someone queer loves it.

Still, if you’re looking for the best queer-friendly things to do in the place some call the gayest town in America (when Palm Springs ushered in the nation’s first all-LGBT city council, residents shrugged), it helps to ask the people who know the desert town’s LGBTQ+ community intimately. For Brad Fuhr, the founder of Gay Desert Guide and owner of KGAY 106.5 FM, curating the best of LGBTQ culture in Palm Springs is his full-time gig.

During the two decades that he’s spent visiting and living in Palm Springs, Fuhr has watched the local gay scene evolve…”

[Read the full article at latimes.com]