Buenos Aires celebrated its 21st gay pride parade last Saturday! Gay rights have improved significantly over the last few years in Argentina, even same-sex marriage is legal!
In the latest installment of our LGBT travel series, Sam of IndefinitiveAdventure.com shares why he thinks being out as a gay traveler can make a big difference.
In this guest post Lane tells how an exhausted momentary lapse of a travel habit resulted in that awkward check-in situation gay and lesbian couples often face while traveling.
If you and your partner travel as an openly gay couple, you’re an ambassador and raising awareness for the LGBT community around the world, but what if you’re on a religious pilgrimage across Spain? Tone it down or allow fellow pilgrims to meet their first lesbian couple?
Our friend Aaron talks about his experience in Egypt where, despite living and traveling as an openly gay man, he chose to jump back into the closet for better or for worse. Find out why, and share with us if you agree with his actions…
After months of traveling through some less than gay-friendly locations, we find that we wrestle with what has essentially become a half in, half out of the closet lifestyle. As gay travelers, are there times when we should go back inside the closet? And if we do go back in, how far is too far?
If you are thinking of doing some traveling next year and are pondering about the LGBT scene abroad, you should definitely consider including some of the hottest LGBT friendly locations …
I returned to Brighton, one of my favorite towns in the UK, to celebrate their 25th Pride Festival. With the motto Carnival Of Diversity hundreds of thousands of people celebrated the LGBT community!