Turkey is most popular destination in the world.
Traveling with other members of the LGBTQ community is one of the most fun and self-affirming trips you can take. With extensive tour options all over the world, you can find yourself in the most famous Cultures in Turkey or the most quaint European towns with a group of other LGBTQ travelers. Often, guided tours are led by a gay guide so you can feel safe while you explore and learn about a different culture.
Enjoy a gay cruise or a local pride event, embark on a new adventure in the wild, and make new friends along the way. These tours can provide an interesting array of activities and types of accommodation. There are popular destinations in Europe, South America, and even Africa. No frontier is out of bounds when you’re traveling with your new closest LGBTQ buddies.Read More
“I’ve dated more than just men and women” “Homosexuality in general is very taboo in the Black community, so that on top of the religious aspect, it was something that I did feel like I needed to withhold for a while.” Paris-Michael Jackson recently opened up about her sexuality in her six-part Facebook Watch docu-series,…Read More
Darin Zanyar has come out as gay. On Monday (3 August), the beloved Swedish singer-songwriter told his 100k Instagram followers that “everyone in the world should be able to be proud and accepted for who they are.” Darin went on to say that he knows “how difficult it can be” to hide your authentic self,…Read More
Author: JAMES BALDWIN In a novel that has resonated with the queer community since it was first published decades ago, a young man finds himself caught between desire and morality in 1950s expat Paris. While much has changed since Baldwin wrote it, many aspects of life, love, and heartbreak remain the same. 0Read More
A wealthy woman and a department store clerk begin an illicit affair in this classic LGBTQ film set in the 1950s. Adapted from the popular book, The Price of Salt by Patricia Highsmith, it follows two very different women embarking on a romance neither of them saw coming. 1+Read More
This steamy novel was written in 1913, but not published until after Forster’s death in 1971. The title character meets and falls in love with Clive while at school — though Clive eventually leaves his lover and gets married to a woman. But then, Maurice falls in love with another man. You’ll have to read…Read More