Queer Up South Florida

(VIDEO) Amazon Alexa Reports Florida LGBTQ+ Websites Attract Some Of The Greatest Web Traffic In The World.  Here Are 2021’s Top 33

Amazon Alexa Reports Florida LGBTQ+ Websites Attract Some Of The Greatest Web Traffic In The World.  Here Are 2021’s Top 33.

Website Traffic Is The Greatest Measure Of Information In 2021 And How We Consume It. Amazon Alexa Is A Gold Standard That Measures The Amount Of Traffic, Or People That Are Visiting Websites. And Amazon Alexa Is Reporting On More Than 1 Billion World Wide Websites. It Comes As No Surprise That Google For Example Is #1 In The World. But On July 1 Amazon Alexa Reported Year To Date Results Of Many Business Categories Including LGBTQ+. The Results Were Surprising. To Be An LGBTQ+ Business In The Top 8 Million Of All Websites On This Planet Is An Amazing Achievement. Amazon Alexa Reported That Florida LGBTQ+ Websites Had 33 Brands That Achieved This Incredible Distinction.This Traffic Report Is Where Our Community Is Going On-Line And How We Are Consuming Information. Here Are The Results Of The First Half Of 2021 Of Florida’s Top 33 LGBTQ+ Websites In The World.

#33 To #30 Included The Gathering Hotel And Twist Nightclub In Miami Beach, Sawmill Camping Resort, America’s Top LGBTQ+ Campground, And Ft Lauderdale’s Non Profit Service Provider Poverello.

#29 To #25 Included Popular Wilton Manors Nightclubs The Pub And Hunter’s, Major Orlando LGBTQ+ National Party, One Magical Weekend And Both South Florida Business Organizations The Miami Dade Gay And Lesbian Chamber Of Commerce And The Greater Fort Lauderdale Gay Chamber Of Commerce.

#24 To #20 Featured Pride Fort Lauderdale, Miami’s Wire Magazine, Our Home Here At The Sunshine Cathedral, The Mega Wilton Manors Nightclub The Manor Complex, And South Florida’s Outshine Film Festival.

Now We Move Into The Major Websites For Florida’s LGBTQ Community Including The Iconic Gay Days Weekend, The World Famous Key West Guest House Island House, One Of America’s Largest LGBTQ+ Community Centers, Pride Center At Equality Park In Wilton Manors, The Major LGBTQ+ Political Advocacy Organizaton Save, And Wilton Manors Lifestyle Magazine OutClique.

Just Outside The Top 10 Most Popular LGBTQ+ Websites In Florida Included Tampa Pride, The Hetero Friendly Hotel Axel South Beach, Another Pride Event Presented By Compass And Palm Beach Beach Pride; And One Of America’s Most Important Political Advocacy Organizations, The National Task Force Based In South Florida.

Amazon Alexa Makes Special Note Of The Top 10 LGBTQ+ Websites In Florida In 2021 As Reported On July 1.

#10 Equality Florida. The Largest State Equality And Advocacy Organization In The Nation Is An Iconic Name For LGBTQ+ Civil Rights.

#9 Hotspots Magazine. Hot Spots Is Our Sister LGBTQ+ Media Partner And Is Celebrating 35 Years Of The LGBTQ+ Experience. They Will Present Bears In Lauderdale Over Labor Day Weekend.

#8 St Pete Pride. The Largest Pride Event In The Southeast Is An Iconic Parade And Festival.

#7 Care Resource. One Of The Nation’s Best LGBTQ+ Health Service Providers Is Also Based In Miami Dade County Serving All Of South Florida.

#6 Miami Beach Pride. The Iconic South Beach Parade And Festival Returns In September And Is Florida’s Highest Traffic Pride Website.

Amazon Alexa Website Traffic Rankings Move Into An Entire New Level For The Top 5 LGBTQ+ Websites In Florida. Now They Not Only Have Top Global Rankings, But The Gold Standard Of Usa Rankings. Congratulations To This Amazing List Of The Top 5 LGBTQ+ Websites In Florida.

#5 South Florida Gay News. The News Voice Of South Florida Is One Of The Nation’s Most Recognized LGBTQ+ News Sources Based In Wilton Manors.

#4 Watermark. The News Voice Of Central Florida Is Also One Of The Nation’s Most Recognized LGBTQ+ News Sources And Is Based In Orlando.

While Technically Not LGBTQ+ Websites, Our Next Two Winners For Amazon Alexa Deliver Content To The LGBTQ+ Community. Amazon Reporting Is For Their Entire Website Traffic.

#3 Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau. The World’s Largest LGBTQ+ Destination Management Organization Has The Largest Number Of LGBTQ+ Visitors In The World Lead By Richard Gray, A 2020 Out 100 Recipient And The First Ever LGBTQ+ Tourism Representative To Be So Honored.

#2 Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau. The Iconic LGBTQ+ Destination Of South Beach Is The Leader For LGBTQ+ Tourism Websites In Florida And One Of The Top In The World. Miami And The Beaches Is Lead By Dan Rios, One Of America’s Most Recognized LGBTQ+ Tourism Experts.

And It Likely Will Come As No Surprise That Amazon Alexa Reports That More LGBTQ+ Are Visiting This Website Than In Other In Florida. And By An Impressive Margin.

#1 Happening Out Television Network. Representing Queer News Tonight And It’s Happening Out, The Traffic Volumn On The Website Is Not Only #1 In LGBTQ+ Florida But Also In Top Top 17,000 Of All Website Traffic In The World. Out Of 1 Billion Websites. Queer News Tonight Is A Daily Live LGBTQ+ News Show That Regularly Attracts More Than 20,000 Daily Viewers On Social Media, And It’s Happening Out Is A Weekly LGBTQ+ Talk Show Like The View That Regularly Has More Than 50,000 Viewers On Youtube Tv Alone.

At Queer News Tonight We Constantly Discuss The Value Of Community In The LGBTQ+ World. And That Representation Matters. These Amazon Alexa Top 33 Represent Outstanding Presence In LGBTQ+ Florida And To The Entire World. Everyone At Happening Out Television Network Congratulates This Impressive List Of Voices In The LGBTQ+ Community.

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Queer Up South Florida

(VIDEO) FlockFest Beach Party brings LGBTQ+ Creativity to Charity Fundraising

This past Saturday, the South Florida LGBTQ+ crowd celebrated FlockFest.  What started as a few dozen friends hanging out at the beach in 2014 has turned into a massive gathering of locals and visitors as they party on the beach and raise funds for charity.  This year the 600 VIP tickets quickly sold out, and beyond the VIP area the beach was filled with hundreds more revelers.  Floats and rafts shaped like flamingos and other winged creatures covered the beach and the water, and even the rainy start to the day couldn’t stop the party.

Queer Up South Florida

(VIDEO) Queer News Tonight supports Care Resource

Happening Out Television Network supports our South Florida Non-Profit LGBTQ+ health providers. And outstanding example is Care Resource. If you need care, Care Resource can help regardless of your health needs, immigration status, religious beliefs, gender, age, if you are insured or uninsured. Care Resource provides a wide variety of LGBTQ+ services including Medical care, behaviorial health, dental care, testing & prevention, transgender care, PrEP, Food for Life network and more… at Care Resource they care for all who need quality healthcare service.

Queer Up South Florida

(VIDEO)South Florida Gay News: Spain protest against homophobia after gay man murdered

Now we bring you this week’s cover story from South Florida Gay News.  SFGN is one of South Florida’s most important news sources. Spanish police have arrested a fourth person in connection with the death of a 24-year-old gay man. Samuel Luiz was found unconscious at the weekend outside a nightclub in A Coruña, after being beaten. Emergency services failed to revive him and he died on Saturday morning. Friends and relatives of the victim say the nursing assistant was deliberately targeted for being gay and say his attackers used derogatory language during the beating. Samuel Luiz was reportedly attacked while on a video call, by suspects who believed he was trying to record them. His death came just days after the end of Pride week in Spain.  Find out more about this story by picking up a copy of South Florida Gay News, on stands today.

Queer Up South Florida

(VIDEO) South Florida Gay News Sneak Peak: The Stonewall Pride Parade And Street Festival Is Here!

The beads, the parade, and all the Pride is back! After a year off due to the COVID crisis the Stonewall Pride Parade & Street Festival is back this weekend. The theme is, appropriately, “Out of the Darkness, Into the Light” as the LGBT community and allies come together to reconnect and celebrate. The parade returns at 7 p.m. when the temperatures drop slightly and there’s less direct sun. Leading the party will be a pair of distinguished Grand Marshals. Dr. Requel Lopes is the executive director of the World AIDS Museum in Fort Lauderdale. Joining her is NBC6 Meteorologist Steve MacLaughlin.  Make sure to pick up this week’s SFGN on stands Thursday for the full story!

Queer Up Health

(VIDEO) Queer News Tonight Q&A On LGBTQ+ Health & Pandemic with Dr. Howard Grossman

Welcome To Q’s Q&A On LGBTQ+ Health & Pandemic. For Nearly A Year This Segment Has Been Unique In America Answering Your LGBTQ+ Community Questions About Our Unique Health Needs. We Are Proud To Have Queer News Tonight Health Anchor Dr. Howard Grossman. He Is An American Pioneer In HIV/AIDS Medical Treatment And Was The Executive Director Of The American Academy Of HIV Medicine. He Is A Nationally Recognized Medical Expert And Proud Member Of Our LGBTQ+ Community.

Tonight’s Viewer Questions:
– Viewer Question 1: About half of Florida nursing homes are reporting workers who are covid positive. Should vaccinations be mandatory?
– Viewer Question 2: I read that one dose of the Pfizer vaccine may only offer about 33% protection against the new Delta variant. Why do some people not get the second dose?
– Viewer Question 3: A report shows that Covid may have been in Illinois as early as Christmas of 2019. How widespread do you think it was before we knew about it?

That Is Tonight’s Q’s Q&A On LGBTQ+ Health & Pandemic. We Are Here Every Tuesday With Dr. Howard Grossman To Answer Your Questions. Need Medical Assistance? We Encourage You To Contact Midway Specialty Care Center With 10 Locations In Florida. And Especially Dr. Howard Grossman Here In Wilton Manors And All Across South Florida.

Queer Up South Florida

(VIDEO) Flash Mob To Be Featured at Stonewall Pride Parade and Street Festival.  You can Participate

This Saturday, June 19th, is the Wilton Manors Stonewall Pride Parade and Street Festival.  It’s also Juneteenth, the day the last of the Slaves in the US were freed.  Join HotSpots, WeMeg, and HappeningOut Television Network as we celebrate both Pride and Juneteenth with a special flash mob celebrating both.  Featuring music relevant to the LGBTQ+ community and created by Black artists, the flash mob will take place in front of the Black Excellence Stage.  If you want to participate, make sure to wear Black, Red, and Green and send an email to Mr. Stonewall Jameer Baptiste at for the dance moves and more information.

Queer Up South Florida

Interview with Morgan Mayfaire of TransSOCIAL

Queer News Tonight Is Proud To Support Our Local Non-Profit Charities & Organizations In South Florida, And Tonight We Are Pleased To Feature TRANSsocial. TRANSsocial Is Focused On The Safe And Affirming Resources Available To The TLGBQ+ Community. Since Forming In 2016, They Have Expanded Their Services To Include Name And Gender Marker Changes, Affirming Medical Referrals, And TLGBQ+ Cultural Sensitivity Training For Businesses And Healthcare Providers. Joining Us Here Tonight Is Morgan Mayfaire, The Co-Founder And Executive Director Of TRANSsocial. As A Proud Latino Trans Man And The Son Of Two Immigrants, Morgan Spends His Time Advocating For Rights And Resources For The Trans And LGBQ+ Community. During The Pandemic, They Have Had A Weekly Peer Support Group Called Trans Connect That Has Been Meeting Virtually Every Week. Recently, He Helped Launched Play Safe Miami – Trans social’s New Program. This Features A Landing Page Of Trans-Affirming Medical Providers To Access HIV & STI Testing, Primary Care And HRT. You Can Even Book An Appointment Right On The Website To Speak To One Of Their Outreach Advocates To Help Those Find What You Need. To Tell Us More About TRANSsocial And Their Upcoming Projects & Events Is Co-Founder & Executive Director, Morgan Mayfaire.

Queer Up South Florida

SAVE’s Champions of Equality Gala Returns on September 23!

We are excited to announce that SAVE’s signature annual event―the 2021 Champions of Equality Awards Gala―will take place Thursday, September 23rd at the beautiful Frank Gehry-designed New World Center, home of the New World Symphony in Miami Beach. The event will honor community luminaries and elected officials for their work in advancing LGBTQ equality, safeguarding democracy, and providing critical support to South Florida residents as we faced unprecedented challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. This year’s honorees include United States Congressman David Cicilline of Rhode Island, Cuban-American artist and illustrator Edel Rodriguez, Miami-Dade County Commissioner Eileen Higgins, leadership of The Miami Foundation and Our Fund, and Kevin Cho Tipton, APRN, a South Florida critical care nurse practitioner who has distinguished himself in combating the devastating effects of COVID-19 and the spread of misinformation associated with the pandemic.

Queer Up Gay Culture

(VIDEO) South Florida Gay News: Local Playwright’s Work Will Live On.

The South Florida theater community is reacting to the death of critically acclaimed playwright Michael Aman, 56, who lost a three-year battle with cancer on Saturday, May 15. Andy Rogow, artistic director of Island City Stage, said “He is going to be missed, he was a playwright with a unique voice who had a great sense of humor.”  Aman’s husband of 21 years, director and longtime collaborator Michael Bush, said the playwright nearly always managed to write daily. Bush said, “He fought a hard battle. There were good times and bad. As a writer, Michael would sit and figure out exactly what the best words should be, especially when he was writing lyrics. It would drive him nuts when other writers’ rhymes didn’t quite work. He especially loved that it drove [Stephen] Sondheim crazy, too. They shared that.” Bush will direct “Off Balance,” one of Aman’s previously unproduced plays at Empire Stage in Fort Lauderdale, July 8 – 25. Following the final performance of the “charming comedy,” a celebration of life event for friends and colleagues in the theater community is planned in Wilton Manors.  Find out more about Michael Aman and his works in this week’s South Florida Gay News, on stands now.