Colorado Springs Colorado cruising map with gay areas and spots where to practice cruising and to have casual NSA encounters. If you are gay and you want to practise cruising and to have casual NSA encounters in public places in Colorado Springs in an anonymous way, here you can find spots such as beaches, parks, forests and other spaces next to urban areas, as well as every kind of public toilets and rest areas of highways where you can practise cruising in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Below we show a Colorado Springs cruising map with all cruising areas and spots that shared our gay community. Click on the map markers for details of each spot. In the tab for each zone you will find a location map with directions to the place: driving, walking, public transport or bike.
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Some forums can only be seen by registered members. Location: Pueblo - Colorado's Second City. That is why we keep as many of the events as we can for free. Pride is not about making money but a event designed for people to have fun and educate them on the issues facing the gay community in Pueblo and Colorado. Once I know the name of the play I will post it here but last year was Shakespeare in Drag and it was great.
Laid-back, welcoming, and oh-so-hipster: Gay Denver is one of the biggest up-and-coming gaycation destinations in the USA. Add to this a fit, active, educated — and very accepting — population, and you can see why Denver is frequently named amongst the most gay-friendly cities in the US. While the gorgeous Rocky Mountains are right on the doorstep, gay visitors to Denver will find a diverse selection of gay bars, clubs, and bathhouses — not to mention plenty of arts, culture and growing culinary scene. With a very active and visible LGBT community — this progress, liberal haven in the heart of Colorado is where cowboys, politicians, gays, hipsters, artists, and micro-brewers all live, work, and play in harmony.
In honor of PrideFest in Colorado Springs a temporary rainbow crosswalk was painted downtown this morning. A previous one that did not have permits from the city was removed last month. Members had asked for permission from the city but never heard back, so they decided to go ahead with the plan. The artwork was short lived though, City crews painted over the creation hours later. Now the design is back and this time it's in the heart of Colorado Springs in honor of PrideFest.