NYC has some of the biggest pride parties in the world. Back in my activist days, I marched every year in the annual Sunday pride march. The march commemorates the Stonewall Riots of 1969 and lasts for hours. This past year, there were 325 groups marching and 55 floats. While attending the march itself is the obvious choice for visitors to NYC, some of the queer women’s parties can be a bit difficult to find if you’re not from the area. I reached out to some of my favorite promoters to find out where the hot parties are for this...Read More
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Lesbian Travel Guide Washington DC Lindsay and I have spent a little more than a year based in Washington DC. We had an incredible opportunity to really dig in and experience tons of what DC has to offer. Use this guide to help plan your DC adventures and let us know if you have any questions in the comments below. Photograph via Adobe Getting to Washington DC If you’re flying, you have several options. There are three airports in the DMV [DC, Maryland, Virginia] area. Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport [DCA] is located directly on the Metrorail’s blue and yellow...Read More
Lesbian Travel Guide Tampa Bay There are tons of great reasons to visit Florida. Disney, the beaches, Wynwood Walls – just to name a few but Tampa Bay really is a hidden gem. It’s a great warm weather city escape for the long weekend traveler. I recently spent four days visiting Tampa in collaboration with Visit Tampa Bay. I was able to explore some of the city’s nooks and crannies, read on for some of my tips and tricks for lesbians visiting Tampa. Tampa’s Riverwalk is one of my favorite parts of the city. Photograph by Visit Tampa Bay Getting to and...Read More
Lesbian Travel Guide New York City New York is a giant city with numerous neighborhoods filled with different people, cultures, and experiences. It’s not like anywhere else in the United Stats. You could stay for a year and never see all the city has to offer. According to the National Restaurant Association, there are just under 46,000 restaurants in New York – Even if you ate out 3 meals a day for a year you couldn’t hit them all. It’d take you roughly 45 years to hit every eatery the city has to offer- and that’s just restaurants. Imagine...Read More
Lesbian Travel Guide to Banos Ecuador MEG CALE Baños, Ecuador – or Baños de Agua Santa – was one of our favorite places on our wedding trip to Ecuador. We spent our actual wedding at My Sacha Ji Wellness Hotel but the first six days of our adventures were spent backpacking in Banos. We would go back again in a heartbeat. This lesbian travel guide to Banos Ecuador has travel tips anyone can benefit from, not just LGBT travelers or queer women in particular. The town is situated in a valley at the base of a volcano. While the...Read More
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