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Affordable overnight jaunts to gay Broadway

Something unexpected has happened. I’ve rediscovered something that has been seemingly elusive: an affordable, overnight trip to New York City to see a gay...

Winter party dances for 25 years

Miami Beach was a very different place 25 years ago. The LGBT community and LGBT visitors put Miami Beach on the...

A Caribbean escape to Curaçao

Looking for some sun and winter warmth? The Caribbean is an obvious getaway but difficult to navigate if you are looking for an LGBT-friendly...

Hotel + service = memorable LGBT travel

The most frequent question I get is, what makes a hotel LGBT-friendly? There are many factors: community commitment, authentic marketing, well-trained staff who know...

Holiday tips and trips

The busiest travel season of the year is upon us. Are you ready? In the rush of the season, don’t forget the basics of...

Curaçao PM delivers historic speech on LGBT equality

The prime minister of Curaçao, Eugene Rhuggenaath, opened the fifth anniversary of Curaçao Pride by citing key phrases of the Declaration of Independence to...

Visit magical Provincetown for fall

September kicks off the fall-travel season — one of the best seasons of the year to take advantage of terrific travel values in great...

Berlin: Europe’s newest and oldest LGBT destination

Berlin has been a pioneering force in the LGBT-rights movement ever since Magnus Hirschfeld founded the world’s first homosexual advocacy group — the Scientific...

Discovering Sugar Beach in St. Lucia

Tired of the same old Spring Break getaway? Looking for something new, exotic, warm and LGBT-friendly? A destination wedding perhaps? It’s...

More ways to travel better — and to new places —...

Travel is about discovery. This year, hot destinations Outward Bound will feature include Berlin, Paris, St. Lucia, Cuba, New York City, Ft. Lauderdale, Key...

Boo! Great trips for Halloween scares and thrills

The LGBT community loves to travel in fall. You can usually find terrific travel deals coming off the summer high season, and then there...

Will Olympics ruin Rio’s tourism image?

The eyes of the world have been on Rio for the 2016 Olympic Games 2016. Countries compete to host the Olympics, in part, to...

Don’t miss it: Stay for the DNC!

Next week, the eyes of the world turn to Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection. Philadelphia makes world history (again) as...

Strollin’ on the river

The Ohio River is a key component to not only current livability, but it was crucial to the establishment of Louisville. The city was...

Thoroughbreds, bourbon, baseball and burgoo

According to Orbitz, Louisville, Ky., is one of the top-five hottest LGBT travel destinations in the world this year. The reasons and many and...

Staying safe while traveling

Orlando is among the world’s top tourism destinations for everyone — gay or straight. Last weekend’s horrific shootings at Pulse Nightclub reminds...

Beyond Trump, discovering the Palm Beaches

Has anyone seen Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump? He calls Palm Beach, Fla., home at his ritzy Mar-A-Lago club and mansion. Trump sightings are...

Try something new for your spring fling

Spring Break, here we come! There are so many great choices for a gay springtime getaway — from Purple Party in Dallas to the...

Why make your own bed?

When we think of travel, we usually think about going somewhere. But how about staying right here in Philadelphia? There are some great new...

Aspen Gay Ski Week: fun and civil rights

Aspen Gay Ski Week (AGSW) is the oldest annual, weeklong gay ski event in the United States. The ultra-luxury ski destination starts its 39th...


Creep of the Week: Jenna Ellis

Dry Humping in the Dark


Thanksgiving in the time of pandemic

If you are reading this, you already have a reason to give thanks: You have (thus far) survived the coronavirus pandemic that...

The push for LGBT rights continues abroad

We’re nowhere near full LGBTQ equality

Creep of the Week: Samuel Alito