Featuring Tucson: The Rainbow Collectionby Amy Glor on Jun. 28, 2012, under Featuring Tucson
I’ve been to some famous museums — the Carnegie in Pennsylvania, the Louvre in Paris, and the Sex Museum in Amsterdam. (Three times. What?)
But what blows them all away in terms of coolness? The Tucson Gay Museum.
This collection of Tucson’s gay history is absolutely amazing. And groundbreaking — it’s the first All Virtual “Gay” Museum in the world!
The site escorts visitors through decade after decade of gay culture nationwide and its impact upon the gay community here in Tucson. It also illustrates the hard work and dedication of Tucsonans, both past and present, whose work fosters awareness and acceptance for all.
Plus, because it’s an online museum, there’s no entry fee and you can be as loud as you want.
The Tucson Gay Museum is open 24/7, 365. It’s located on the cyberspace corner of Totally Convenient and What A Great Idea. http://tucsongaymuseum.org
** The very dedicated folks over at Tucson Gay Museum tell me that as technology advances, so will the TGM experience. Eventually, visitors will be able to virtually stroll the museum’s halls, “feeling” the textures of the exhibits and interacting with holographs. Neato!