LGBT Travel

3. Indulge your inner bibliophile. As if you needed another excuse to visit Chicago -- lakefront, art, food, architecture
Stonewall Inn photo courtesy of © NYC & Company/Malcolm Brown Palm Springs - As of now, it's just a rumor that the outgoing
Come one, come all. Southern Decadence is known for welcoming leather lovers and bears, but they aren't the only types of people you'll see. All ages, genders, races and orientations come to party.
We're bruised, but now, we're stronger. Let's prove it at these post-June Pride events.
I long for a day when we don't need to worry about where we travel and when LGBT Pride is used as only a celebration of who we are rather than the need to campaign for equality. Until then, we still have work to do. And we'll continue doing it.
Pride All Over: Capital Pride Parade photo by JoeSwickFoto Las Vegas Gay Pride Parade photo by Steve Spatafore/Las Vegas
Last week passersby in London were stunned when they were greeted with adverts reading "Imagine London without gays..."
There was uproar on social media as people demanded to know who was responsible for the adverts and some wondered whether it was an attack campaign. However unlikely in this day and age that such creative would be approved, the adverts stirred people's feelings.
According to the calendar, it's spring, even if the weather is not cooperating. We're two weeks into the season and I'm sure you've probably seen cherry blossoms, cleaned out the attic, and went to your first kickball practice. Now it's time to plan your spring travel.
Travel broadens the mind, there's no doubt about that and as a gay man I want to be able to travel to the four corners of the globe, without feeling limited, restricted or shameful of who I am.
It really upsets me that in this day and age the LGBT community still feel unable to travel to any destination on earth. Clearly there is still some way to go in order to break down the barriers that exist and to ensure that the law is made equal everywhere.
The travel industry has long been known as a safe haven for gay employees. But when it comes to catering for the LGBT consumer, the industry has fallen shamefully behind in its offering to provide a level of service and reassurance that we all deserve and expect.
Ditch the shovel for a Sazerac, defrost the bathing suit and add these winter happenings to your calendar.
It's that time of the year again: resolutions! Before you resolve to volunteer more, drink less and eat healthier you should jot down ways to improve your 2016 travel calendar.
And beyond knowing the rules and political climate of the country you're visiting, it's also critical to understand the social climate of the specific city and neighborhoods you'll be exploring.
Aside from full-fledged itinerary freedom, traveling "alone" allows you to meet new people, immerse yourself in local culture, and push your own boundaries. Your experience just might be life-changing.
In light of the U.S. Supreme Court's affirmation of the Constitutional guarantee of marriage equality, the truth is there for all of us to see: the face of families has changed enormously. And with those changes has come a major metamorphosis in the faces of family travel.
Argentina is once again dominating tourism within Latin America, not only because of its wide range of things to see and do throughout the entire country, but because they have cornered the market within LGBT tourism within the region.