Travel & Recreation

At The Intersection Of Southern Charm And Fun

Celebrate Pride twice this year with a trip to beautiful Atlanta. Atlanta is one of the gay epicenters of the southern United States, and for good reason. With 5.8 million total residents, the city is […]

A Word In Edgewise: Fluctuat Nec Murgitur – Still

In 1844, Eugène Violette-le-Duc and collaborator Jean Baptiste Lassus won the Commission des Monuments Historiques competition to restore Notre-Dame Cathedral of Paris. Violette-le-Duc was 30, Lassus 37. The Cathedral became a cause célèbre after Victor […]

That Greenville

Yeah, that Greenville. Google the name and half a dozen cities pop up. But the one—The One—it pays to visit is anchored in South Carolina. Yeah, that Greenville, as the town makes clear in its […]

Ebullient India!

This wasn’t your normal tour of India—Taj Mahal, River Ganges, Red Fort, blah blah blah. Been there, done that, loved it. But I was ready for the kind of experience small-tour operator Sudhakar (Sudha) Selwyn […]

Sail Like A Celebrity

GLBT-friendly cruise lines VACAYA and Celebrity Cruises are here to give you the trip of a lifetime. Do you ever just want to set sail on an open sea, ice-cold mojito in hand, and forget […]

Pride Stronger Than The World Is Wide

New York City prepares to host WorldPride 2019 and Stonewall 50 celebration. Fifty years ago, the Stonewall riots catapulted the GLBT community into a new phase of the gay rights movement. Since then, Pride celebrations, […]

Our Rides: Traveling to Chicago on Business

According to every publication, statistics aggregator, and our own local business community, Chicago remains the number one destination to visit from our extended readership region. While we see Chicago as a larger GLBT mecca for […]

The Philadelphia Story

A visit to Philadelphia is like a booster shot to counteract what ails our land right now. It’s the City of Brotherly Love (as founder William Penn penned)—and the more of that, the better in […]

Living Life Out On The ‘Edge’

The rooms are claustrophobic. You have to sit with the random people at dinner. There is not enough to do. When I asked people on Instagram and Twitter their reservations as to why they haven’t […]

Puerto Paradise

Pray that a tsunami never hits Puerto Vallarta, the beach playground on the Pacific Ocean’s coast. It would deprive us of Mexico’s premier gay destination. While you may spot stray straight folks wandering the oceanside […]

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