The 10 Best Gay Things About NYC You Don't Already Know
Next time you find yourself in the Big Apple, make sure to
check out these tourist worthy gems that even the locals
canít stay away from. Whether it's watching ripped Broadway
stars strip down for Broadway Bares or a trip to Patricia
Fields, these creative suggestions are New York musts.
September 10, 2008
In & Out: Lisbon
friendly in Portugal
By Jimmy Im
Travel columnist Jimmy Im recently spent 48 hours in Lisbon
sampling local delicacies, soaking up the city's revved up
nightlife and getty cozy with some of the Portuguese
capital's friendliest citizens. From where to sleep to where
to party, Jimmy scopes out the best that Lisbon has to
offer... so you don't have to.
August 29, 2008
The Rainbows End
Juggling chainsaws. Running with the
bulls. Skydiving. President Cheney. Some things just sound
scary, and when we found out we would be snorkeling with
some Jellyfish, tremors of terror are exactly what slipped
up our spine.
August 16, 2008
Out in the World: Hong Kong
Lesbian travails from around the globe!
By Emma Gale
Hong Kongers are forever eating, shopping, moving through
the city's myriad of malls. Tubes and tunnels, escalators
and shopping, heat and moisture, Hong Kong is strongly
vaginal. Itís fertile terrain for lesbians and bisexuals. An
American girl in China checks out the lesbian social club
Les Peches' queer party night for the ladies!
August 01, 2008
The Allure of Oaxaca, Mexico
Yes, it's gay-friendly, and more
By Alvin Starkman
Oaxaca (wa-HAW-ka), the capital of one of Mexicoís southernmost states of the
same name, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site boasting world renowned cuisine, an
impressive array of galleries, museums and colonial churches, a plethora of
pre-Hispanic ruins, colorful marketplaces, fascinating craft villages, as well
as more off-the-beaten-track sights.
July 16, 2008
Exploring Gay Dublin
The very best of the Irish capital
By Ed Walsh
A once unfriendly place for gay and lesbian travelers, Dublin has in recent years undergone a rainbow of changes. From its monuments to Oscar Wilde and swirl of new gay nightspots to its expansive parks and gay owned B&B's, there's something gay in the air in Dublin and I'm not talking shamrocks either.
July 04, 2008
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