Michigan's largest city and the birthplace of Motown and Madonna. Detroit is known for its diverse culture, car factories, music industry and lively gay nightlife.
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Detroit was once an industrial powerhouse which is why it was called "Motor City." Today, it attracts many hipsters and arty types, rejuvenating the city. As a result, the gay scene in Detroit has also bloomed, especially in recent years.
Ferndale, an inner-ring suburb of Detroit, is known as the most LGBTQ-friendly area in the city. It's home to various LGBTQ+ organizations, bars, clubs, and other establishments.
Royal Oak is another suburb known for its youthful, inclusive vibe, making it a great place to visit for many gay tourists. Live entertainment is especially popular here, with theatres that host live shows regularly.
Other gay-friendly neighborhoods in Detroit include Palmer Park and Midtown. All these places are proof of the thriving LGBTQ+ scene in the city.
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