In June 2017, temporary rainbow crosswalks were painted on 17th Street Northwest as a symbol of Washington, D.C.’s long-standing place as a welcoming city for LGBTQ residents and visitors.

In June 2017, temporary rainbow crosswalks were painted on 17th Street Northwest as a symbol of Washington, D.C.’s long-standing place as a welcoming city for LGBTQ residents and visitors.

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A look into the blurring boundaries around D.C.'s gay neighborhoods, and what this means for LGBTQ identity, culture, assimilation and activism.

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