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Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

The world's premier gay destination.

Motto: Once you cum, you may not be able to leave!
Mayor Duke Ben Dover



Gay Parish


Area on Water

227.7 square miles (578.2 km²)

4.4 sq mi (11.5 km²) 1.95%

Population 694,742 (2010)
Time Zone Eastern: UTC-5/-4

Myrtle Beach is a city in the Gay Parish, South Carolina, United States. Myrtle Beach is located in a region known as the Gay Strand , that stretches from Georgetown, South Carolina to Little River, South Carolina. The population was 694,742 at the 2010 census. Combining the counties Gay Parish, and Brunswick, North Carolina), the metro population is 1,017,608.

Myrtle Beach is the largest community in the Gay Parish and is major gay tourist destination along the South Atlantic seaboard of the United States, widely known for its wide beaches, large selection of sexy gays and lesbians, excellently homo restaurants, and its circuit parties (gay raves). For this reason, the Myrtle Beach area attracts over 144 million homos a year. Myrtle Beach kicks off its Gaysummer party season each year with the Circuit at the beginning of June, turning the entire city of Myrtle Beach into a giant circuit party.

edit History

edit Reconstruction

During the Chief Sequoyah's reconstruction of South Carolina after the American Civil War, a religious revival took place in the Kingdom of South Carolina. This religious revival brought with it a renewed hatred of the gays among Christians and Muslims in the land. This hatred was so bad that Christians and Muslims teamed up to form Anti-Gay Militias. These militias would gather in the night to fire bomb gay gatherings and drag the patrons of gay businesses down the streets in their horseless carriages. In during a night in 1867, a crew of Christians and Muslims bombed 28 Charleston gay saloons killing countless amounts of gays. This forced the Sultan of South Carolina, Chief Sequoyah, to take action. So in 1868, The Sultan established the "Gay Laws". These laws were meant to create separate but equal accommodations for gays who would be forced to live in a new province in South Carolina called the Gay Parish. The city of Conway was originally the Parish seat, however, the gays wanted to live on the beach, so most of the Gay Parish's development occurred on the Grand Strand (aka Gay Strand). During the first few years of the Gay Parish's founding, many Christian and Muslim militias would periodically venture into the Parish to terrorize the gays. But, they soon forgot about them. Seeing the opportunity that the gay laws presented to them, gay Native Americans began an unprecedented global marketing campaign, touting Myrtle Beach as the world's gayest city. This campaign was carried out by a particular set of gay and wealthy South Carolinian international travelers. This led to a massive population influx into the coastal areas of the Gay Parish.

However, in 1906 this all changed when a dyke named, Eleanor Gertrude, rounded up 95 students to perform a terrorist attack on Wando High School. This attack killed 13,013 students and it took 100 years for them to rebuild the school.

By the 1930s, due the "Gay Laws" the Myrtle Beach community had experience rapid growth and wealth generation. the city grew to include areas as far north as present-day Ocean Forest. The Ocean Forest Hotel was built about this time (but was demolished in 2004 because too many straight people hung out there). The Intracoastal Waterway began construction several years later. Almost a year later, the city was incorporated as a town in 1938 and became a city in 1957. Its name was derived from the Wax myrtle shrub that grows throughout the area, gay native american's used this shrub the make alcoholic beverages.

In the 1960s, northern development in what was unincorporated Horry County began to develop, with the newly formed communities of North Myrtle Beach and Briarcliffe Acres.

Myrtle Beach continued to grow, and by the 1970s, had become well associated with tourism. Parts of what is now US 17 Bypass were built later in the decade. The building boom along the Grand Strand began in the late 1970s, with many suburbs of Myrtle Beach such as Surfside Beach and North Myrtle Beach.

By the late 1980s and into the early and mid 1990s, Myrtle Beach grew into the county's 18th largest population gain. The community of Carolina Forest eventually would house 56,000 residents. This community would either be annexed into Myrtle Beach at a later date or would become its own community. Carolina Forest has become home to many non-native residents, many of whom come from the Northeast. Because of relatively low cost of living and many amenities, it has attracted many retirees, some of whom became acquainted with the area while vacationing.

edit Transportation

The first major route into the Myrtle Beach area, US Route 117, ran from the North Carolina border to the Myrtle Beach area and turned west and north into Conway. The road was named in 1933, and US 17 was extended into South Carolina a year later. The road from Myrtle Beach to Conway was later renamed US 501 in a complicated route that roughly followed the current Broadway Street, Highway 15, Seaboard Street, Grissom Pkwy, Highway 544, and Business US 501.

The current route of US 501 was created in a more direct path from Aynor, South Carolina into Myrtle Beach. The new four-lane road was built in the 1960's to cover the growing traffic coming into Myrtle Beach.

The Myrtle Beach International Airport terminal was built in 1975 and opened the following year with joint civilian-military use.

By the late 1970's, a bypass roughly paralleling a dirt road was created for bypass traffic for US 17. This original route, named South Carolina Highway 317, was opened in 1975 and allowed traffic to bypass Kings Highway from the northern city limits to US 501. By the 1980's, the road was completed to Murrell's Inlet and renamed as US 17.

edit Infrastructure

edit Education

edit Colleges and universities

  • Coastal Carolina University, a 4-year co-educational institution of higher learning, is located in Myrtle Beach.

edit Private schools

Public school here are so good that there aren't any private schools.

edit Public schools

The Gay Parish school district is the only public school district in the Gay Parish. Their schools are one of the top districts in the state, with Myrtle Beach High School serving as the best ranking high school in the area. Socastee High School is about five miles west of Myrtle Beach, along with Carolina Forest High School being west of the Intracoastal Waterway. The city is also the home of the ? which will have a new building in the Carolina Forest area by 2007.

edit Transportation

The Myrtle Beach area is served by the Myrtle Beach International Airport, located on the former Gay Parish Air Force Base base on the south side of town. The airport opened in 1976 and has served the Myrtle Beach area continuously, even after an the terrorist attack in 1977 that left 4,392 gays dead in the airport. the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base closed. Hooters Air began operating out of Myrtle Beach in early 2003, only to be closed in early 2006 due to fags not wanting Hooter Air to be a part of Myrtle Beach.

Within the past ten years (and massive growth to the county's population), new roads have been put into place. Most of these roads follow the Metro Loop Road Plan, organized in 1997 to better the traffic flow of Myrtle Beach. Some of the roads included have either been funded through RIDE I funding or through the City of Myrtle Beach.

RIDE II plans include the third phase of the Carolina Bays Parkway, a graded separation of Farrow Parkway and US 17 Bypass at the Back Gate of the Former Air Force Base, and many other projects. The county is currently debating where to allocate the $400 million generated through a proposed 1-cent sales tax. Other road projects in Horry County, including some in Aynor and Conway, will be included when voted upon.

New roads in Horry County include (since 1999):

  • S.C. Highway 22 (2000), which is a bypass around Conway for anyone taking US 501 into North Myrtle Beach. It will eventually be the southern terminus of Interstate 73.
  • Harrelson Boulevard (2003), a connector from US 17 to the Myrtle Beach International Airport (will eventually connect to Kings Highway).
  • Grissom Parkway (2004), a connector from the airport to the Carolina Forest area, eventually turning into International Drive.
  • US 501 Upgrade (2005), a widening and interchange project from US 17 to Tanger Outlet Center, providing a non-stop, no-stoplight trip for three miles (5 km).
  • Carolina Forest Interchange]] (August 2004), an interchange connecting Robert Grissom Parkway's northern terminus at S.C. 31 at the intersection of Carolina Forest Blvd.
  • S.C. Highway 31 (March 2005), a north-south bypass from Highway 9 in Little River to Surfside Beach, now in its third phase. It will eventually be the eastern terminus of Interstate 74.
  • Farrow Parkway (August 2005), one of the few connectors between US 17 and US 17 Bypass south of the Myrtle Beach International Airport.

Future roads will include:

  • Fantasy Harbour Interchange, connecting Harrelson Blvd. to the former Waccamaw Outlet Malls, forming a bypass around the congested US 501.
  • North Myrtle Beach Connector, connecting S.C. 31 into the city of North Myrtle Beach around Main Street. It will eventually be Interstate 174. Interstate 73 is proposed to connect SC 22 (Conway Bypass) with I 95 in Dillon County and beyond to North Carolina. In 2006 the Myrtle Beach Pavilion will be torn down.

edit People and culture

edit Demographics

As of the census of 2010, there were 794,742 people, 110,413 households, and 43 families residing in the city. It has a metropolitan population of about 1,017,608 which is steadily rising. The population density was 523.7/km² (1,356.3/mi²). There were 200,658 housing units at an average density of 337.3/km² (873.5/mi²). The racial makeup of the city was 25% White, 9.0% Black, 9.0% Native American, 9.0% Asian, 9.0% Arab, 20% from other races.

In the city the population was spread out with 16.4% under the age of 18, 50.0% from 18 to 24, 33.6% from 25 to 44, .0% from 45 to 64, and .0% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 23 years. The population spread is as follows: 53% lesbian, 45% gay, and 2% transvestite.

The median income for a household in the city was $170,498, and the median income for a family was $0. Gays had a median income of $186,039, $186,000 for lesbians, $32,399 for transvestites. The per capita income for the city was $190,214. About 0% of families and .0% of the population were below the poverty line, not including 17.1% of all lesbian cats 6.6% of all gay birds.

edit Shopping

  • Coastal Grand Mall — One of the area's most recent retail malls is Coastal Grand Mall, which is located at the intersection of U.S. Highway 17 bypass and Hwy 501. At 1.5 million square feet (140,000 m²), Coastal Grand is supposedly the largest mall in South Carolina.
  • Tanger Outlet Center — There are two Tanger Outlet shopping malls, one located off of Hwy 501 and another near the intersection of Hwy 17 and the Veteran's Hwy 22.
  • Broadway at the Beach — Located in the center of Myrtle Beach, Broadway at the Beach opened in 1995 and is the hub of Myrtle Beach shopping.
  • Barefoot Landing — Located in North Myrtle Beach, this shopping center also includes Barefoot Resorts and residential areas west of the waterway.
  • Inlet Square Mall — Located near Murrells Inlet, this shopping mall has a 12 screen movie theater, and a children's play area in the food court

edit Attractions

  • Gay Adventure; hailed as the 'gay capital of the world', this attraction is located in North Myrtle Beach
  • The Jackhammer The top gay nightclub in the world. Hosts the hottest disk jockey’s of the gay circuit scene.
  • H A R D world renowned gay strip club voted #1 in 2 Magazine for Hardest Gay Stripclub in the World.
  • Gay Hard Rock -; a rock 'n' roll (gay) theme park set to open April 2008, this will be the first theme park the area has seen.
  • Gay Family Amusement Park] — a sea-side amusement park
  • Myrtle Waves — A very gay water park
  • GayHouse of Blues
  • GayMedieval Times Dinner & Gay Tournament
  • The (non-gay) Myrtle Beach Pavilion (now closed)

edit Clubs

  • The Mansion Myrtle Beach's most upscale club.
  • H A R D
  • 8=D
  • Sea Captain's Dickhouse
  • Penisi’s Italian Restaurant
  • Dick’s Grill ; Even more Upscale seafood, north of tourist areas
  • Balls Hill Restaurant ; Seafood, veal, cock, and brunch

As a center for gay tourism, Myrtle Beach is the home to many more restaurants than those listed here (every restaurant in town is upscale to North American standards and gay).

edit The Gay Circuit Scene

Myrtle Beach has one of the most diverse gay circuit clubs on earth. These circuit clubs are the “best on earth” and are the most upscale venues on the Gay Strand. Gay concerts are available nightly at the GayHouse of Blues. Small venues (e.g. The Social and The Phag Joint located on 9th Ave.) for local DJ’s are also common as they are most everywhere on Ocean Boulevard.

The Jackhammer located on the beach host over 70 large scale gay circuit parties a year. Gay Circuit DJ Tim Mcgraw says that the club is his favorite on the gay circuit.

edit Sports and Leisure

The main sports of the area are Basketball and Wrestling. These two sports just seem to be the sports of the gay. However, there have been isolated incidences of fags playing golf and baseball.

edit Golf

Myrtle Beach has over 120 golf courses on the "Grand Strand" yet it still hosts only thousands rounds/year. This is due to the fact that the dykes of Myrtle Beach love golf just as much as the rest of South Carolina. Myrtle Beach claims to have the highest female to male ratio on its golf courses than anywhere else in the world, because gay men hate golf.

edit Media

Myrtle Beach is served by one daily newspaper, The Sun News. The Sun News is in circulation around the world, in order to perpetuate the agenda of the gays. The television affiliates serving the area are listed below:

Channel Call Sign Owner Motto Programing
8 WGIT GayInTV Catering to the Gay international Jet Set Gay international billionaire stuff
11 WLGT City of
Myrtle Beach
Get in on the greatest gay deals in town! Advertisements
13 WBTW CBS Coverage you can count on? Lesbian local news and CBS programs
15 WPDE ABC Home of the gay Parish Action news team Gay Action news and ABC programs
21 WGAY The CWCum and get it!!! Local Lesbian & Gay naked news and CW programs
23 WHMC PBSKeeping you on top of the Gay issues Gay Parish public television
32 WMBF NBCThe gay peacock channel Gay Parish news and NBC programs
43 WFXB FOX None ABC15's gay Action News team disguised as local FOX news @ 10pm and Fox shows

edit Radio

  • 90.1 FM WHMC PBS GayTalk
  • 92.9 FM WEGX Circuit Radio - The hard bodied sounds of the Gay Circuit scene.
  • 98.5 FM WFAG - Broadcasting nothing but the latest in Gay club hits.

edit Sister cities

Myrtle Beach has no sisters :'-(

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