Topics :: gay travel
By Robert Israel | Wednesday Jun 18, 2014
GayFamilyTrips.com is tapping into the growing market of LGBT family-friendly travel. The new site brings together travel information, advice and ideas for gay families written by gay family travelers themselves.
By Bobby McGuire | Tuesday Jun 17, 2014
From mariachi bands, margaritas and mahi mahi, Mexico’s Pacific Coast boasts an array of visual and culinary feasts.
By Wayne Parry | Monday Jun 16, 2014
Atlantic City is planning a series of events to attract gay tourists, who are becoming an increasingly important part of the resort’s growth strategy.
By Jim Provenzano | Sunday Jun 8, 2014
Beautiful countryside and delicious food and wine will be enjoyed by hundreds at the fifth annual Gay Wine Weekend, June 13 through 15 at various Sonoma County wineries.
By Chris Carpenter | Thursday Jun 5, 2014
The fight for equality that began on New York’s Christopher Street has been commemorated annually on the west coast as L.A. Pride, produced by Christopher Street West. This year’s celebration will take place Friday, June 6 through Sunday, June 8.
By David Perry | Wednesday Jun 4, 2014
It is a foregone conclusion that Hawaii has a headlock on weddings and honeymoons. The beaches are perfect. The water is perfect. The weather is perfect. Even when it rains, it is perfect. And Honolulu? Well... that’s beyond perfection.
By Mike Halterman | Sunday Jun 1, 2014
Let me tell you about the entertainers you’ll be seeing and hearing from June 3 through June 8 in Orlando at various Gay Days® and Gay Disney Week-related events.
By Seth Hemmelgarn | Sunday Jun 1, 2014
Airbnb, the Internet-based lodging sharing company whose name is often associated with San Francisco’s eviction controversy, has joined the city’s LGBT Pride parade and celebration as a major sponsor.
By Mike Halterman | Saturday May 31, 2014
Key West Pride, first started in 1978, still goes strong today. This year, the festivities kick off on Wednesday, June 11, ushering in five days of fun and frivolity.
By Nicole Wiesenthal | Thursday May 29, 2014
In honor of Pride Month, NerdWallet calculated the top 20 most LGBT-friendly cities in the United States. Seattle topped the list while California had the most cities, three, on the list. Florida though didn’t make the cut.