Its name comes from the requirement that party-goers dress in all or almost all white. The New York City White Party was always held at the legendary gay disco "The Saint" during the month of February of each year usually coinciding with the full moon. Dress requirement was always white. After the closing of "The Saint" in , The White Party became the norm for other cities around the country in the current circuit party system to host such events. The all-white clothing theme was chosen by co-founder Frank Wager because, as he said, "White stands for purity. White is elegant, non-political, non-combative and makes people look just plain beautiful.
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Top definition. Circuit Party. A large, gay dance party , something like a gay version of a rave, but with a gay-oriented music selection usually pop, progressive house, and tribal. Events are well-promoted, publicized, advertised and organized, are often attended by thousands, can be big charity fundraisers, and are usually expensive to attend. Since each circuit party occurs on a specific weekend and in a specific city once a year, and there are many parties on "the circuit", travel and planning are required. Travelling from party to party becomes part of a circuit boy's lifestyle of travel, networking and partying.
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