Topics :: GLBT travel
By | Thursday Sep 26, 2013
The inaugural EDEN Pacific Northwest, a four-day women’s getaway filled with comedy, music, parties and more rolls into Seaside, OR Oct. 3 - 6.
By David Perry | Wednesday Sep 25, 2013
Bangkok is a cityscape of temples, towers, culture, and politics... and a sexual energy that might warrant a nickname of Sin City 2. EDGE reporter David Perry explores the ins and outs of Thailand’s capital.
By David Perry | Tuesday Sep 17, 2013
Antwerp recently hosted World Outgames III, proving that sportsmanship comes in a rainbow of colors and that this port city is officially on the map as a go-to LGBT travel destination any time of year.
By Mike Halterman | Sunday Sep 15, 2013
It’s hard to believe that in fewer than 100 years, Miami has grown from a small village to an important city on the world stage. Miami has so much to offer. Here are a few suggestions from us.
By Christiana Lilly | Saturday Sep 14, 2013
These companies are not only an ally to the gay community, but also recognize the smarts in LGBT travel and it’s impact on tourism: In the United States alone, LGBT travelers contribute more than $70 billion annually.
By Winnie McCroy | Tuesday Sep 3, 2013
Miami is for lovers! Whether you are rekindling the flame or tying the knot, from sun-filled days to non-stop parties to romantic sunsets, the Sunshine State delivers on all your vacation dreams.
By | Wednesday Aug 28, 2013
GetEQUAL Texas has issued a travel alert for LGBT people planning to travel to San Antonio based on the fact that the city has yet to pass a non discrimination ordinance.
By David Toussaint | Sunday Aug 18, 2013
Miami’s latest makeover reveals the city as even more sexy, lush and bursting with activities than ever before. Whether you hit the beach or revel in the exploding art scene, you’ll be sure to discover something new in one of our most enticing gay cities.
By Robert Israel | Thursday Aug 15, 2013
(Gay) wedding bells are ringing in Seattle, as Washington State joined the ranks of legalized gay marriage in the U.S. this fall. A visit to this coastal city reveals why it’s such a charmer for visitors and locals alike.
By Jill Gleeson | Monday Aug 12, 2013
This year’s Manchester Pride will be particularly celebratory, as the festivities - more than two decades strong - celebrate the passage of the England and Wales Marriage Bill. But there’s more to Manchester than just Pride...