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ABOUT 20 residents gathered at a farmhouse outside town recently for one of the Monday-night spaghetti dinners given by John Yingling, the owner of Spiritus, a local pizza restaurant. The crowd was made up mainly of middle-aged men and women, self-described former hippies who have grown affluent over the years catering to Provincetown's tourists and summer residents. This night, amid the plentiful food and wine, the topic of conversation was an advance copy of ''Ptown: Art, Sex and Money on the Outer Cape,'' by the local author Peter Manso. The book lives up to its title, offering a gossipy history of this Cape Cod resort town, from its origins as a haven for wayward Puritans in the early 's to its emergence as a favored destination of so many same-sex couples that a local artist, Jay Critchley, has labeled it ''the world's first gayted community.

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With expansive beaches, top-rated restaurants, a picturesque town centerand a rich history, Provincetown or Ptown as it is affectionately called is home to a diverse and creative community. Its many summertime events, from the iconic Provincetown Carnival in August to LGBTQ community events for lesbians, bears, families and everyone else, are a unique way to experience the small town. Provincetown is the kind of place that is what you make of it.


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Provincetown is the best gay summer getaway, hands down. Provincetown has the highest rate of same-sex couples in the country. Not convinced? Remember when guys got together by meeting in three dimensional space?

Perhaps due to being at the remote end of the Cape and because of its variety of beautiful scenes, Provincetown has attracted artists of all types over the years. One of the oldest artist colonies in America, it has produced a large number of excellent galleries, cutting edge theatre and many unique shops. There is also the persistence of an attitude of tolerance, making Provincetown a preferred home and travel destination for many gays and lesbians.