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The Best Gay Bars and Clubs in Boston for Every Mood – Travel+Leisure

Boston’s acceptance of sexuality (of any orientation) has come a long way since the Puritans founded the city in 1630. Massachusetts was the first state to recognize gay marriage — a full decade before the country as a whole did — and its capital city quite fittingly has a host of bars catering to the […]

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Richmond, British Columbia — A Foodies Guide – Passport Magazine

The camera eats first!” insisted the alpha-teen at the table next to me when a waitress arrived and lifted the lid from a bamboo basket of steaming shrimp dumplings, confettied with fragrant green snippets of chive. Forty fiercely painted fingernails reluctantly reversed direction and withdrew as their queen bee moved her iPhone to catch […]

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Meet an LGBTQ Tech and Journalism Pioneer – TravelPulse

PHOTO: Ed Salvato, LGBT travel expert, out on the water. (photo by Ed Salvato) Ed Salvato is an LGBT travel expert and co-author of the recently released Handbook of LGBT Tourism & Hospitality Marketing: A Guide for Business Practice.  He served on the Board of Directors of the International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association (IGLTA) for six years and […]

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Baltic Seeing: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania – Passport Magazine (blog)

Estonia is the most overtly gay welcoming of the three Baltic countries, having even passed (though not yet fully implemented) a civil partnership law. I’m sitting alone in a darkened room, the only light coming from the films screening on either side of me. As I face forward, I watch a middle-aged man pick […]

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6 of the Best Gay Bars and Clubs in Miami – Travel+Leisure

For one of the top LGBT destinations in the country, travelers may find that gay nightlife is a bit limited in Miami. Fort Lauderdale, just an hour north, is actually home to much greater number of bars and clubs for the LGBT community in South Florida. But more isn’t always merrier, and visitors interested in mingling in […]

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Quintessentially Gay Stays in Palm Springs – Passport Magazine (blog)

Don’t bother looking for the gay district in the desert resort town of Palm Springs. That’s because LGTBQ culture is the back bone of all of Palm Springs life. From night clubs to restaurants, boutique hotels to well, boutiques, Palm Springs may be the queerest, gay-fueled resort town on the planet. Palm Springs has […]

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Long Island: New York City’s Beachfront Backyard – Passport Magazine

Seven bridges and two tunnels connect the city of New York to its beachfront backyard, Long Island. A year-round destination, the 120-mile-long fish-shaped island is abuzz attracting visitors around the globe with its sparkling beaches, iconic sites, quaint downtowns, world-renowned wine country and luxurious properties. From Fire Island, the Hamptons and beyond, Long Island […]

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Long Island: New York City’s Beachfront Backyard – Passport Magazine

Seven bridges and two tunnels connect the city of New York to its beachfront backyard, Long Island. A year-round destination, the 120-mile-long fish-shaped island is abuzz attracting visitors around the globe with its sparkling beaches, iconic sites, quaint downtowns, world-renowned wine country and luxurious properties. From Fire Island, the Hamptons and beyond, Long Island […]

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The Palm Beaches: Affordable Luxury This Summer – Passport Magazine (blog)

As one of the wealthiest counties in the state of Florida, it should come as no surprise that The Palm Beaches is home to some of the most fabulous places in the country. Whether it’s the pristine beaches, luxurious hotels, five star restaurants, historic landmarks, or opulent mansions, there is always something to discover […]

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What’s it like to grow up as a black, gay kid in Texas? Hawaii’s Rainbow Festival films explores these questions and … – Los Angeles Times

One of America’s oldest LGBTQ film festivals is preparing to welcome movie fans to the Aloha State. The Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival returns Aug. 10 to 19 to the Doris Duke Theatre at the Honolulu Museum of Art. The festival, now in its 28th year, showcases short- and long-form feature films and documentaries from around […]

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About Magazine’s LGBT Traveler’s Tips – About News

LGBT Travel Planning Can Be Daunting. About Magazine Put Together A Great List Of Traveler’s Tips For Our Readers. (HOUSTON) — When planning a trip, it can be daunting for the LGBT traveler. The limited resources for the LGBT community make the task even harder, so About Magazine has put together a small list […]

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The 9 Best Gay Bars and Clubs in Chicago for Every Mood – Travel+Leisure

The Windy City is a rising star on the LGBT traveler’s map, with a number of gay bars and clubs that rival anything you’d find in New York City — there’s even a bar-packed neighborhood called Boystown. And the nightlife extends well beyond the typical dance spots. Here are the best gay bars and clubs […]

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The Best Gay Bars and Clubs in Austin for Every Mood – Travel+Leisure

The quirky capital of Texas is famous for its welcoming spirit, and its nightlife scene is no different. In 2016, it was even listed as one of the top 10 destinations in the entire world for LGBT travel. Whether you want to nurse local beers on a laid-back patio or join a serious karaoke party, these […]

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South Africa: The Bush is Just the Beginning – Passport Magazine (blog)

When people think of Africa, their minds inevitably go to safaris – which are, of course, one of the ultimate bucket list experiences, right up there with skydiving and making out with Ryan Gosling. But sadly, a safari is all many people go to Africa for. Getting there from the U.S. requires anywhere from […]

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A new travel app made for gay people – FTNnews.com (press release)

A new travel app for gay people will make the gay travel experience richer in options, simpler to organize and in addition help the gay public to connect. With these goals in mind, the Sonder is the newest app for gay travelers that are looking for tailor-made travel content and tourism services. […]

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California’s Travel Ban – New York Times

Photo Dallas is a popular meeting site for the nation’s trade shows, but the state’s stance on gay and transgender rights is costing it some convention business. Credit Rex C. Curry for The New York Times To the Editor: In “Tax Dollars Become Weapon on a New Front in the Culture War” (news article, July […]

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California’s Travel Ban – New York Times

Photo Dallas is a popular meeting site for the nation’s trade shows, but the state’s stance on gay and transgender rights is costing it some convention business. Credit Rex C. Curry for The New York Times To the Editor: In “Tax Dollars Become Weapon on a New Front in the Culture War” (news article, July […]

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‘Come out! Come out! Come out!’ Fifty years of gay liberation – video – The Guardian

This article has been taken down as it breached an embargo. It will be relaunched on its correct date. Source Article from https://www.theguardian.com/world/video/2017/jul/26/come-out-come-out-come-out-fifty-years-of-gay-liberation-video‘Come out! Come out! Come out!’ Fifty years of gay liberation – video – The Guardianhttp://news.google.com/news/url?sa=t&fd=R&ct2=us&usg=AFQjCNElR7oK0g35LsKArIA4Wl578bcwtQ&clid=c3a7d30bb8a4878e06b80cf16b898331&ei=Y_94WbiIBcSkqgKYpJiABQ&url=https://www.theguardian.com/world/video/2017/jul/26/come-out-come-out-come-out-fifty-years-of-gay-liberation-videohttp://news.google.com/news?q=gay,Travel&output=rssgay,Travel – Google NewsGoogle Newshttps://ssl.gstatic.com/news-static/img/logo/en_us/news.gif

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The Best Gay Bars and Clubs in Denver for Every Mood – Travel+Leisure

Looking to have a gay old time in the Mile High City? The LGBT community in Denver — a friendly mix of outdoorsy mountain men and women — has a host of places to choose from. From drag bingo to roller skating and from Colorado craft beers to specialty cocktails, these are seven of the […]

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Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC – Passport Magazine

Washington, D.C. has always been a special place for my family and me. Since I can first remember, we traveled there at least twice a year to visit relatives, see the sights, and immerse ourselves in the history, art, and culture of the United States of America. During a recent business trip, my partner […]

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The Nomadic Boys Explore Gay Life in Chile – Passport Magazine (blog)

Chile has come a long way since the dark days of the oppressive Pinochet years between 1973 and 1990, when gay people were detained and reportedly killed. In just a few decades, the country has quickly evolved to having major gay events, a strong queer culture, and is on the way to passing marriage equality laws. […]

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