While I’d heard some nice things about Providence, Rhode Island’s state capital and largest city, over the years, I’ll admit that I didn’t know a whole lot about it. I mostly thought of it as a cheap alternative airport to often-overpriced Boston Logan International. Story by Paul J. Heney, MAW correspondent But a recent weekend there, coincidingContinue reading “Providence, Rhode Island: A hidden delight for queer travelers 😃🏳️🌈”
We all know Montreal has a reputation for being a place of acceptance and inclusion, especially in Montreal’s Gay Village, which is is just east of downtown around Beaudry Metro station, running along Saint Catherine Street. Montreal’s Gay Village is where most of this year’s Pride activities will happen. Whether you are visiting for the parties orContinue reading “Guide to Montreal’s Gay Village in Time for Pride”
Join @MAWTravel, @TravelGov and @OutRightIntl for an important chat about LGBT Pride travel safety, Tuesday, June 6 at 1pm EST. Just follow #PrideGuide on Twitter.com. Pride is a season of joy and celebration, and we want you to travel, let your Pride flag fly and come back safe! Please follow along with us during this important LGBT PrideContinue reading “Tune into an Important Twitter Chat on LGBT Pride Travel Safety, Tuesday, June 6 at 1pm ET”
Pride will be celebrated this year on the white sand beaches of the most LGBT-welcoming city on earth. The annual event is on Sunday, February 26th 2017 and for the first time on the sands of Fort Lauderdale Beach.
The city of Taipei, Taiwan has the largest LGBT pride celebration in Asia. It’s scheduled for next Saturday, October 31. ManAboutWorld has been invited to experience the festival and the country.
This info-packed gay travel news update is compiled by ManAboutWorld correspondent Ashton Giese who publishes this indispensable digital gay travel news update weekly: GAYography. This week’s GAYography brief has some exciting new secret beaches in SE Asia as well as where to go if you want to bare it all this weekend in the Poconos. You can also follow the AtlantisContinue reading “Gayography: Gay Travel News Update”
ManAboutWorld correspondents and gay blogger duo Two Bad Tourists are promoting a contest to win a trip for two to Barcelona as a part of their MyGayPride campaign. You can see this gay blogging pair jumping for joy in Barcelona (right). Learn more about Auston Matta — left in the photo, who makes up one half of Two Bad Tourists (who areContinue reading “Win A Trip For Two To Barcelona Via MyGayPride”
Get ready for the 5th anniversary Prague Pride festival in the Czech Republic Monday, August 10 – Sunday, August 16. And this years slogan: “We all have a rainbow inside,” inviting everybody, gay and straight, to join the festival and support equality for all.
Our friends in Gay Baltimore sent this update on the gay goings on coming to Charm City later this month. If you feel like you still need a little bump of Pride, Baltimore’s is really fun, homey and, like a lot of events here, queer in a good way. Kicking off this July, BaltimoreContinue reading “Gay Baltimore: Pride, Heels, Parties and Shakespeare”
Gay Pride Montreal (Fierté gai, à la française) unfurls its giant rainbow flag, fabulous (and talented) drag queens, hot hot go-go boys and a whole lot of amour August 10-16. It’s one of our favorite Prides on the continent and combines the je ne sais quoi we love about French-speaking Canada with a friendly and enthusiastic (not to mention well-organized) British/North American vibe. Pride includes a weekContinue reading “Gay Pride Montreal: 5 Things Not To Miss”