Although Washington, D. Baltimore is Maryland's largest city and located just 40 miles northeast of Washington. While the city is a worthwhile destination for any traveler for its long history and trendy neighborhoods, LGBT tourists will find Baltimore to be especially welcoming and open. It's the hometown of iconic gay filmmaker John Waters and his drag queen muse, Divine, and the Mount Vernon neighborhood is one of the longest-established gay districts in the country. If you're on the lookout for something different from the stereotypical gay bars, then this city will likely appeal to you.
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John Samuel Waters Jr. Born and raised in Baltimore , Waters rose to fame in the early s for his transgressive cult films , including Multiple Maniacs , Pink Flamingos , and Female Trouble He wrote and directed the film Hairspray , which became an international success and was adapted into a hit Broadway musical. Demented More recently, he performs in his touring one-man show, This Filthy World. Waters has often worked with actor Divine and his regular cast of the Dreamlanders.
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Having a place to go with friends to have a good time is enjoyable for all. For the transgendered crowd, there are many bars available in Maryland. The bars offer a fun atmosphere with many events scheduled daily throughout the week.