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LGBTQ Travel

“Gay travel” has long since evolved from the circuit party scene, so while you may still be able to find a story on the annual Atlantis cruise here, you’ll just as likely read about the politics, cultural details, and ground level experiences that contribute to the journeys of LGBT travelers.

We know that some world regions and cultures are more accepting of LGBT travelers than others and that there may be potential safety and comfort concerns. These articles are collected to help you make informed travel decisions and to highlight the events, destinations, and activities — and the diverse experiences — that make up “gay travel.”

“Queering the Map” project maps out LGBTQ spaces around the world

Mapped: Red-state cities that are LGBTQ-friendly

The reality of harassment and abuse in the queer female community

5 uncomfortable questions about traveling to anti-LGBT destinations

8 ways LGBTQI travelers adapt their behavior

The ultimate LGBTQ+ guide to Toronto

How living abroad helped a closeted gay man make a fresh start

This was my experience as a genderqueer traveler in India

2016 was a tough year for the LGBT community, but it wasn’t all doom and gloom

Being gay is still illegal in 76 countries, but that doesn’t stop us from traveling

7 things LGBT travelers are sick of hearing

The 5 best European LGBT festivals left in 2016

How to piss off a lesbian traveler

8 must-see LGBT festivals around the world

The 10 most LGBT-friendly cities in Europe

What happened to all the lesbian bars in the US?

What it’s like to be LGBT around the world

8 ways Vietnam welcomes gay travelers

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