Articles Tagged with LGBTQ Travel

Washington, D.C.

How D.C.’s House of Garçon Gives Voice and Visibility to Ballroom Culture

For LGBTQ+ people of color, Ballroom culture — a social movement and creative collective noted for its fashion, pageantry, dance and, yes, balls — goes far beyond what most people may have seen in Madonna’s…
LGBTQ Travel

The Over-the-Top, Over-the-Rainbow LGBTQ Guide to Munich

While tiny in comparison to Berlin or Cologne, Munich’s LGBTQ+ scene offers an accessible intimacy that gives it its charm. In this liberal Bavarian metropolis, you’ll have the chance to drink, dine, schvitz and get…
LGBTQ Travel

The Rainbow Over São Paulo: The LGBTQ Pride Parade and Other Gay-Friendly Activities

Each year, during the month of June, the world’s major cities paint themselves in bright colors to celebrate the diversity and rights of the LGBTQ community. In Latin America, the biggest party takes place in…
Weekend Getaways

West Village Pride: Plan the Perfect Pride Weekend in NYC

In the very early hours of June 28, 1969, a small legion of New York City police officers raided the popular West Village gay bar the Stonewall Inn. The Stonewall and many other gay bars in…
New York City

On Your Gaydar: The Best Hidden Gems for LGBTQ Travelers in NYC

New York City has earned its reputation as one of the world’s most LGBTQ-friendly destinations. With its historical roots as the birthplace of the Pride movement following the 1969 Stonewall Riots, plus renowned arts and…
LGBTQ Travel

Explore LGBTQ history in Boystown, Chicago

Chicago’s East Lakeview neighborhood Boystown is home to one of the largest LGBTQ communities in the United States. That’s no surprise given it was one of the first gay neighborhoods to be officially recognized by…
Washington, D.C.

Karamo Brown on How Travel Improves Self-Love

Television star, culture connoisseur, social worker—and now, #LoveTravels ambassador. As the resident culture expert on the Netflix reboot of make-over show Queer Eye, Karamo Brown works with the show’s contributors to help expand their perspective…
Washington, D.C.

Stephanie Beatriz on Feeling Welcomed and Loved in Her Travels

Stephanie Beatriz publicly came out as bisexual in 2016, then in 2017, her Brooklyn Nine-Nine character, Rosa Diaz, did the same thing on the 99th episode of the Fox series. Talk about life imitating art….
LGBTQ Travel

Is Wilton Manors’ LGBTQ Community the Most Colorful in the Country?

San Francisco might be the country’s most famous hub for LGBTQ arts, entertainment and lifestyle, but there’s a tiny South Florida town on the outskirts of Fort Lauderdale with a scene so vibrant it’ll make…
Tips + Trends

Want to Find Latin America and the Caribbean’s LGBTQ Scene? 7 Insiders Tell All

It isn’t just the weather that gets steamy in the Caribbean and Latin America. The regions are also home to some of the world’s hottest LGBTQ travel destinations. Whether your scene is sipping crafted cocktails…