Topics :: LGBT travel
By EDGE | Friday Jan 24, 2014
The third installment in a four-part series, EDGE’s travel editor Matthew Wexler scopes out 12 months of adventure, relaxation and surprises for the LGBT jet setter.
By Matthew Wexler | Tuesday Dec 31, 2013
We made a list and checked it twice, and although we can’t take responsibility for whatever did (or didn’t) end up in your stack of holiday gifts, EDGE
can offer up five of our most popular travel stories from 2013.
By Winnie McCroy | Monday Dec 30, 2013
Cleveland is a hidden gem, a liberal enclave in middle America where gays and lesbians party together and even straight folks are glad that the Gay Games are coming to their fair city.
By Jill Gleeson | Tuesday Dec 17, 2013
Who knew that George Washington’s historic crossing of the Delaware River would foreshadow cross dressing in New Hope, PA, centuries later? That and more is on display in this town filled with dining, dancing, drag and local charm.
By EDGE | Friday Dec 13, 2013
Thinking about which site or mobile app to go hunting for travel deals? Orbitz received a perfect score of 100 percent and is recognized as on of the "Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality" according to the Human Rights Campaign.
By Jill Gleeson | Thursday Dec 12, 2013
Little Rock, Arkansas may not show up on most LGBT travelers’ domestic bucket list, but maybe it’s time that bucket got bigger.
By EDGE | Wednesday Dec 11, 2013
Aspen Gay Ski Week, the nation’s largest and oldest gay ski event, returns for its 37th year from January 12 to 19, 2014. Headlining the weeklong winter celebration is comedian Mario Cantone.
By Dan Allen | Tuesday Dec 3, 2013
With some 800,000 inhabitants, Columbus is both Ohio’s capital and its largest metropolis. It’s also home to a vibrant arts community, a rich culinary landscape and a shockingly large and diverse gay scene spread across multiple neighborhoods.
By Kelsy Chauvin | Thursday Oct 17, 2013
Oakland is a city that might be an obvious bastion of California’s gay-friendliness, but San Francisco can cast a pretty wide rainbow-colored shadow. And that may be exactly what’s so great about Oakland: a great neighbor waiting to be discovered.
By | Wednesday Oct 16, 2013
Take a sneak peek at Alden Jones’ travel memoir, "The Blind Masseuse: A Traveler’s Memoir from Costa Rica to Cambodia," where the author gives an addictive, transporting look at the many aspects of life, civilization and travel.