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10 Questions to Consider When Planning Your LGBT Honeymoon

10 Questions to Consider When Planning Your LGBT Honeymoon Okay, this one may seem obvious but honeymoon planning can see seriously overwhelming with so many options out there. Lindsay and I had a joint wedding and honeymoon in Ecuador but let’s be honest here - not...

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Journal: World Pride Madrid

Journal: World Pride Madrid This past week I was in Madrid, Spain for my very first World Pride. I’ve attended Pride in a few dozen countries and at least twice as many cities at this point, but World Pride is a completely different ball game.  I was in town working...

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Blurred Lines: Ukraine is not Russia

EDITOR’S NOTE: IN AN ONGOING EFFORT TO FEATURE WRITERS FROM MARGINALIZED COMMUNITIES AND UNDERREPRESENTED ISSUES IN THE WORLD OF TRAVEL, THIS GUEST POST FROM LARA MAREE OF LOST LARA BRINGS TO LIGHT HER EXPERIENCES LIVING AS AN AUSTRALIAN EXPAT IN UKRAINE. The Ukraine,...

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The LGBT Community Needs Planned Parenthood

The LGBT Community Needs Planned Parenthood I grew up the second child of a single teenage mother. My mother got pregnant with my brother when she was 15-years-old, eighteen months later, I was born. My mother was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer when I was eight...

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8 Questions LGBT Travelers Should Ask Before Traveling Abroad

TRAVEL & LGBT 8 Questions LGBT Travelers Should Ask Before Traveling Abroad Meg Cale 1. Do you feel comfortable closeting yourself when it’s necessary? I had moral questions for myself when I made the choice to leave the United States. I often thought: How could I...

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Queer Woman Seeks Paid Sex in Amsterdam

Note: This post originally appeared on She's Wanderful. I’ve spent most of my summer on tour with Gay Star News for the #MyGayPride campaign. Pride is one part celebration and one-part community gathering, with a dash of protest. Despite what the media tells straight...

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Assessing the Pros & Cons of Online Activism

You might be asking, why should we focus on digital activism? Well, Trump conducts most of his arguments over Twitter, so we're meeting them on their turf. Okay, that was a joke- kinda. There are many reasons why activists on both sides of the aisle are now focusing...

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5 Common Mistakes Everyone Makes In Online Activism

5 Common Mistakes Everyone Makes In Online Activism Online activism is an idea that’s trending. In Trump’s America we’re seeing more protests, campaigns, and hashtags than we’ve ever seen before. There are hundreds of issues that people are passionate about, from gun...

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80 Photos of Dinah Shore aka Lesbian Spring Break

TRAVEL & LGBT 80 Pictures from Dinah Shore aka Lesbian Spring Break Meg Cale From 2009-2014 I didn’t really know any straight people. Sure, I’d have the occasional conversation with a cashier or someone I met at a conference, but my social circle was entirely made...

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30 Photos of Our LGBT Brunch Wedding Reception

  JOURNAL & LGBT   30 Photos of Our Brunch Wedding Reception Meg Cale  Dear Friends, Family, and Loyal Readers;   On September 14, 2017 - we eloped in a private ceremony at My Sacha Ji Wellness Resort on the side of a mountain in a tiny town in...

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Queers You Should Know: Photographer Debbie-Jean Lemonte

TRAVEL & LGBT Queers You Should Know: Photographer, Femme Fashion Aficionado, and Blogger Debbie-Jean Lemonte Meg Cale Debbie-jean Lemonte is a fashion blogger, lifestyle and portrait photographer who brings her unique sense of femme fashion to the forefront of...

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8 Lessons Bloggers Can Learn From Chance the Rapper

TRAVEL & LGBT 8 Lessons Bloggers Can Learn From Chance the Rapper Meg Cale Chance the Rapper is a 23 year old musician from Chicago. In case you haven’t heard of him, well - stay tuned folks, he’s the future of the music industry. Chance is the first artist to hit...

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My First Time as a Travel Sex Worker

TRAVEL & LGBT My First Time as a Travel Sex Worker Emily Stewart     Editor’s note: This guest post contains explicit language and sensitive themes. Bisexual erasure is a pervasive problem in our community. Erasure is a reference to the outright denial...

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Win a $2000 Dinah Shore Vacation Package

TRAVEL & LGBT Win a $2000 Dinah Shore Vacation Package Meg Cale   As a queer woman and blogger, I’ve attended many events for queer women. I’m talking Pride festivals in 10 countries - a lot. There is just something about Dinah Shore Weekend in Palm Springs,...

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