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Gay Fairfax was a public access cable television program produced and originally cablecast in Fairfax County, Virginia. It was one of the first all-volunteer gay and lesbian newsmagazine television programs in the country to focus on a non-urban area, specifically a politically conservative suburb of Washington, D.C.

The program was notable in that it brought together a wide variety of volunteers, covered a host of issues and cultural activities, attracted a great deal of media attention, earned many awards, spawned many more television programs and projects -- and changed many lives.

This site is dedicated to hundreds of volunteers who devoted themselves to producing television programming by, for, and of lesbian and gay citizens in the Washington, DC, area. Please share your own personal reflection on Gay Fairfax or its legacy.

And remember to keep the pride alive!