Gay Palm Springs – the best gay hotels, resorts, bars, clubs & more

Palm Springs has been an LGBT+ getaway for decades ever since the glamorous days of Hollywood starting in the early 1930s.

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Travel With Us to Spain, Greece or Croatia in 2022

In 2022, we’re hosting two gay sailing trips to Croatia and Greece as well as a gay group tour to Spain. We’re inviting all our friends and followers to join. Want to come?

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5 Gay Travel Clothing Essentials from JJ Malibu

We’re hooking you up with some cute and sexy clothing and apparel from our friends at JJ Malibu. So spice up your drawer with some new gear and let loose your wild side.

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The Top 10 Languages to Learn for Your Next Gaycation

Learning a foreign language can be a fun way to explore new cultures. Depending on your destination, check out one of these top 10 languages to learn for your next big trip.

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5 Reasons to Choose an LGBT+ Foreign Language Teacher

Whether you are planning a simple vacation or maybe even considering moving to another country, it might be worth finding an LGBT+ language teacher.

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These Must-Visit Cities in the USA Offer Awesome LGBT+ Friendly Hotels

2020 has been quite the year but a return to normal travel is just on the horizon and it’s never too early to start planning ahead for that next trip.

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Gay Toronto – the best gay hotels, bars, clubs & more

Toronto is the capital of the province of Ontario and home to the country’s largest queer community.

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18 Reasons Why You Should Travel Alone as a Gay Guy

Have you ever traveled alone? Consider making your next trip drama-free and all about you with these 18 compelling reasons to give solo travel a try.

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Gay Torremolinos – the best gay hotels, bars, clubs & more

Torremolinos is one of the most popular gay beach destinations in Spain and Europe. Here’s why it should be on your travel bucket list.

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Gay Copenhagen – the best gay hotels, bars, clubs & more

Copenhagen is an urban city with a population of just over a million inhabitants. Denmark itself was the first country in the world to legalize same-sex unions back in 1989 and has since legalized same-sex marriage in 2012.

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