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Noble Member     United States of America, Virginia, Front Royal
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Your plan for today is that you have to go somewhere, to get something, or do something. You remember the name of the place, but not where it is, or how to contact them. So you whip out your favorite mapping app and search for their info. And lo and behold, you see the "LGBTQ+ Friendly' tag for that place. Well, that's cool, you think. You grab the info, and off you go. But you have this nagging feeling that you forgot to do something. Well, you kinda did forget something. Because what if there is someone else out there, looking for an LGBTQ friendly place just like that? Well, since you found it, you can let us know so we can get it listed. And then, that next person doesn't have to worry about going to a friendly place. And you can no longer have that nagging feeling that you forgot something, and enjoy what you set off to do. Kinda pay it forward in a way. Hugs

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(@flatlander48)
Noble Member     United States of America, California, Cathedral City
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A addtion for the Palm Springs Air Museum entry as highlighted below:

The Palm Springs Air Museum is a living history museum dedicated to educating the public about the role Air Power played in preserving American liberties and way of life. The Museum preserves, exhibits, and flies aircraft from World War Two, Korean War, Vietnam War and the Global War on Terror. A good portion of the aircraft in the collection are in flyable condition.

The newest addition to the Air Museum is the F-117 Stealth Bomber, #833. It flew 75 missions which is the second highest of the entire fleet. DeeAnn Hopings is a decent in this hangar.

In addition to flyable and static aircraft, the Museum uses permanent and temporary exhibits, related artifacts, artwork, and library sources to perpetuate American History.

Many of our docents are veterans and are willing to share their experiences and sacrifices for the education of future generations.

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Estimable Member     Australia, Queensland, Brisbane
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Im so glad I live in Australia. And I guess that I am extremely confident in myself. Never have I ever thought to ask "do you know of X where they are trans inclusive". To me the default is, everyone is trans inclusive if you approach them in the right way. I have zero issues with any shops, services or destinations.

Granted, I pass quite well, which I'm sure makes considerable difference, however I would hate to feel that I have to be on constant edge just waiting for a potential nasty word or outright transphobia.

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Noble Member     United States of America, California, Cathedral City
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@mistressb Agreed, I don’t really think about those things either. While some have had negative experiences here, they are pretty rare. The talk about Palm Springs being a bubble is largely true. But, recognize that it is not a perfect place.

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