Looking for someplace to go this year? Why not check out GayTravel.com's list of winners of the first Gay Travel Awards for picks and recommendations?
In the face of discrimination while traveling, LGBT travel groups want to create wider inclusiveness around the world by traveling more rather than less.
An HRC report noted that 60 LGBT-friendly cities got perfect scores in pushing inclusive policies and practices despite increasing anti-LGBT state measures.
There are a lot more accessible LGBT-friendly travel destinations these days. But the question is, where should you go? Here are 5 according to Scruff.
For Christopher Street Day, CSD celebrations will be held over the next months in 5 major German cities: Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Cologne, and Frankfurt.
The Vallarta Pride in Puerto Vallarta will now have a great reason to celebrate this year with the Mexico high court ruling gay and lesbian marriages legal.
Members of the LGBT community may not consider visiting Cuba for a vacation. But surprisingly, Cuba is reportedly opening up to a quiet LGBT revolution.
Now on its 12th run, Europe’s favorite ski pride festival-- the Arosa Gay Ski Week-- is back again this 2016 with more fun events planned for you!
The International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association (IGLTA) is going to Canada in 2018, the second time in its history for their 35th conference.