Our Associate Editor Touches Down in Key West

It’s almost officially summer time and our associate editor Kenny Porpora landed in Key West to explore this beautiful gay mecca just 130 miles from the Miami coast. For the next few days, he’ll be exploring the island’s old town, famous for its charming Bohemian houses that line the main drag of Duval Street, and the off-the-beaten-path knick-knackContinue reading “Our Associate Editor Touches Down in Key West”

Daily Dose of Travel Inspiration: Flipping for NYC

We know we’re a tad prejudiced but we love New York. Most of our team was born here and most call the Big Apple  home. Let us share it with you in our soon-to-be-released April issue which is bursting with some of the freshest, most original and insider-y New York City trip-planning information you willContinue reading “Daily Dose of Travel Inspiration: Flipping for NYC”

Cologne’s Memorial For Gay & Lesbian Victims Of Nazism

Story and photo by Berlin-based ManAboutWorld Global Correspondent Adam Groffman I’ve now visited Cologne twice and I’d say it’s one of my favorite cities in Germany. With nearly 10% of the local Cologne residents identifying as gay or lesbian, according to the local tourism office, the city has a unique and special atmosphere. Maybe it’s the upbeat attitudeContinue reading “Cologne’s Memorial For Gay & Lesbian Victims Of Nazism”

Parting Shots: Around The World With Adam Groffman

Our Global Correspondent and true man about world Adam Groffman quit his job as a graphic designer in Boston and went on a life-changing 15+ month trip around the world. Since 2011 Adam has been living in Berlin – Europe’s most hipster city. His blog, Travels of Adam, focuses on finding the coolest cultural things to do around theContinue reading “Parting Shots: Around The World With Adam Groffman”

Correspondent Update: When In San Diego, Do Ask, Do Tell

ManAboutWorld Correspondent Paul Teixeira recently visited San Diego with his fine-tuned ear to the ground for what’s new and exciting and worth traveling for. Rich’s nightclub in San Diego, CA is one of the longest running and favorite gay circuit clubs in the city, and quite possibly even in California. This large two-room venue holds constantly updated state-of-the-artContinue reading “Correspondent Update: When In San Diego, Do Ask, Do Tell”

The CheckOut: Oasis Sens Hotel In Cancún, Mexico

Our ManAboutWorld correspondent Paul VanDeCarr visited the Oasis Sens, an adult-only, all-inclusive resort in Cancún, Mexico. Was it as gay friendly as they promoted? Read our new column CheckOut and, well, check it out. Basics An “adults-only” resort hotel on the beach featuring outdoor pools, multiple restaurants with various cuisines and a friendly but not obsequious staff.Continue reading “The CheckOut: Oasis Sens Hotel In Cancún, Mexico”

Welcome To Our Newest Correspondent Andy Keown

Andy  is a tourism PR professional and frequent business traveler. In his job as communications director for Visit West Hollywood, he seeks to make connections with media and travelers around the world. He frequently visits New  York, Sydney and London, and loves seeking out up-and-coming neighborhoods and getting a feel for how people live. He’s anContinue reading “Welcome To Our Newest Correspondent Andy Keown”

Traveling Gay Dads: Winter Wonderland Vacation in the Colorado Rockies

Haven Caylor is a ManAboutWorld Global Correspondent, father to two incredibly cute kids and one of our “Gay Traveling Dads.” He and his husband recently took Ammon and Carter to the Colorado Rockies for a family ski vacation. I almost fell (it would have been worth it) as I looked over my shoulder at Carter and AmmonContinue reading “Traveling Gay Dads: Winter Wonderland Vacation in the Colorado Rockies”

Our Gay Agenda: This Museum Is So Gay

Philadelphia’s Library Company  opens a gay history exhibit today: That’s So Gay: Outing Early America, that looks at the questions of how we can know whether a person who lived in the past would be called lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender today. While there’s no way to definitively answer these questions, the exhibit looks at the evidence of individualsContinue reading “Our Gay Agenda: This Museum Is So Gay”

Welcome To Our Newest Correspondent: C.F. Cooper

C.F. Cooper inherited the travel itch from his globetrotting grandmother and has been on the move ever since. His exploits have been chronicled in Out & About, Gay.com, and Witchvox and have spanned six of the seven continents. Based in his native Manhattan, Cooper will go anywhere for a rare bird, a mythic insight, or the grist for anotherContinue reading “Welcome To Our Newest Correspondent: C.F. Cooper”