School’s out for summer and it’s time to play at June’s hottest events. Ok, we’re grown-ups and summer vacation is a thing of the past, but we can still treat ourselves to a sexed-up version of summer camp. Go have some naked fun with new friends in exotic locations. Study tantra in a secluded sacred resort. Or join millions of your closest friends at the huge Pride celebrations taking place across the country. Just have fun! Summer won’t last forever.
June, New York City
The largest Pride celebration in the world will take place in New York City throughout the month of June to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising, a landmark fight for equality by LGBTQ people. Like any Pride event, there will be parties, parades and street fairs. But there will also be a human rights conference, lectures on queer history, and much more.
June 7-9, Portland, OR
Billed as the largest adult event in the USA dedicated to love and sex, this convention-style event features over 150 exhibitors, plus educational seminars and appearences by top adult-film stars. The entertainment stage features a lineup of burlesque and male reviews. There’s also an EXXXOTICA Dungeon Experience featuring live BDSM demonstrations. Not ready for the fun to end? Attend one of the nightly after parties at venues around town.
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