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One of the world's great party destinations, it's not exactly shocking that New Orleans with its liberal attitudes about everything from sexuality to cocktails is a top destination for gay and lesbian clubbing and bar-hopping. If you're visiting during Mardi Gras , you can expect all of the bars to be hosting special events for the holiday, but that's hardly the only time of year with extra-special festivities. Even though Mardi Gras is very gay-friendly, there's an entirely separate event during Labor Day weekend called Southern Decadence, often referred to as "Gay Mardi Gras. Even though today they're considered mainstream and frequented by visitors queer and not queer, it was in the not-so-distant past that these same bars were considered transgressive and breaking barriers.