Lesbians and gays continued to settle here gradually, and then Glenn Thompson opened a full-scale gay resort, the Renegade, on the western outskirts of town in Through their daily work in business, government, education, human services, the arts, and in nearly every aspect of community life, they make our county a better place for everyone. When dh and I moved here we knew the population and it didn't phase us in the least. It was almost as if it was a weather phenomenon that would take over, the relief that would come over your body. Of course there is the four-star Blue Moon restaurant and bar, the queen of Rehoboth gay establishments. It's a more casual suburb of Rehoboth, with a trolley connecting the towns in summer. You can enjoy a reasonably priced menu with some new additions like Watermelon, Blueberry, and Feta Salad this year.
Please take a moment to complete the Resort Area Visitor Survey. No question there were a lot of gay people here before that. Outside of Rehoboth Beach along But in there was a horrendous gay bashing. Frommer's Israel Buy Now. Now if only the town Commission could get its act together.
View detailed profile Advanced or search site with. When there, remember to congratulate owner Hugh Fuller and his charming, handsome husband on their recent marriage. Lesbians tend to meet at the north end of the boardwalk at North Shores. Frequent visitors can rejoice that major construction of the town's entrance has been completed after 4 years of dust and disruption. I just felt more comfortable, that I could really be myself down here. So I was steered in the true Gay travel destination of the Mid-Atlantic.
Some forums can only be seen by registered members. Homestead at Rehoboth. Gay men tend to congregate at the south end of the boardwalk near Queen Street on Poodle Beach. Well take heart, as all of us who love Rehoboth have, that ordinance never passed because the good people of the town fought it and made the Mayor and the Commission back down. Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. Ever since Memorial Day, crowds have been coming to the beach and enjoying all Rehoboth has to offer.