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Description:While the watering hole—recently transformed into a memorial site for the terrible massacre at Orlando LGBT nightclub Pulse—is, of course, historically significant, it is certainly not alone. Thanks in great part to the protest and the publicity that it generated, this outrageous policy was changed, which paved the way for a new generation of bars that welcomed gay men and lesbian women. It was popular with gay men as well as with straight men and drew a crowd of writers and artists. Several years earlier Walt Whitman even featured the spot in an unfinished poem: Amazingly enough, more than a century later, the building that The Slide was located in, Bleecker Street, still stands.