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I think it’s based in NYC, they have events and meetings in NYC, NJ and surrounding areas. HX magazine’s gay club listings – most of these are “strait friendly” too as long as you’re not a dickhead, and boy do queens know how to party. The club closed down in June 2000 but the legends and parties still live on in other places, stay tuned to her site to keep track of the wildest drag, 80s, dress up, and fetish dance parties in town. Friday Contempt – Goth, industrial, electro, synth pop night held periodically – possibly monthly in NYC.

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7701 Subway: 1, 9 to Christopher St. Open every day from 1pm to 4am, never a cover. The Blood Haven “Night of Feasting” – Saturdays starting Sept 7, 2003. 10 admission, 21 with ID to get in. This is a Vampire night so beware if you don’t like that stuff.

Music will be industrial, goth, ebm, synthpop, etc. Detour – Saturdays, DJs Ceasar and Tommy Teknik spin Dance Wave, Synth-POP, Brit POP, Electro, Industrial, Gothic, Experimental. Directions by car, train are on the website, print out the directions page for reduced admission. Glorya Wholesome’s Living Legends – Saturays 11pm – 4am at Now Bar, 22 7th Ave at Leroy St. Techno music, NYC’s only Transtravaganza Show!

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