San Francisco is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and has a colorful history with the gay and lesbian community. Bump! kicks off this episode at the epicenter of this amazing city, the Castro, where we take a walking tour of this historic gay neighbourhood and witness the changes it has experienced over the last 30 years. Take a seat, front row center at Theater Rhinoceros, the oldest gay and lesbian theatre company in North America. San Francisco is also home to the #1 monthly lesbian publication, Curve Magazine;we stop by their offices to meet the woman behind the words. Next, we make an emotional visit to a poignant monument – the National AIDS Memorial Grove in Golden Gate Park. To wind up our tour of this gay capital, we drop by several popular local hangouts and toss back a couple of cool ones along the way.
Bump! is the world's first gay and lesbian travel and lifestyle television series. It is unique and international in scope. In each episode Bump! presents a new gay-friendly destination in a stylish and upbeat format.
Bump! travels the globe in search of fascinating gay human-interest stories. From gay tourism hotspots like Miami and London, to urban centres such as Montreal and Los Angeles, Bump! focuses its lens on gay and lesbian communities around the globe.