Photo Du Jour: An Eye On Carnival Puerto Vallarta

This photo comes to us courtesy of Puerto Vallarta Carnival, which took place earlier this year, but we loved the colors and the sexy look of this disguised stranger. It’s not a gay event per se but with all those feathered, bejeweled and made-up guys, there’s certainly something at least a bit queer about it. SpeakingContinue reading “Photo Du Jour: An Eye On Carnival Puerto Vallarta”

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico Flexes Its Pride

Puerto Vallarta’s annual LGBT event “Vallarta Pride” will take place this year on the weekend of May 24th, 2013. Events will start with a cocktail kick-off at Puerto Vallarta’s Casa Cupula Hotel Boutique and continue for three days, celebrating LGBT culture and Puerto Vallarta’s welcoming community with music festivals, beach parties, fashion shows, mass commitmentContinue reading “Puerto Vallarta, Mexico Flexes Its Pride”

Parting Shots: Behind the Scenes in Mexico

The last section of our magazine is “Parting Shots,” which are photos taken by our Global Correspondents, subscribers and other friends who send us their favorite image relating to that month’s theme. Our April theme was architecture. Here’s the story behind one of our favorite pictures of the Museo Soumaya in Mexico from Global Correspondent Paul VanDeCarr.Continue reading “Parting Shots: Behind the Scenes in Mexico”

Tulum. Everybody’s Talking About It

Located at the tip of the Yucatan peninsula in the gay-friendly state of Quintana Roo, Tulum is best known for well-preserved ancient beachfront Mayan ruins (below). It’s less known for having an incredibly fun party called Caribbean Heat (that’s a photo from last year’s above), seven days of events, parties and culture (optional exploration ofContinue reading “Tulum. Everybody’s Talking About It”