About EveryQueer…

EveryQueer inspires people of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender presentations to think differently about the global queer community through a lens of culture and activism. Our goal is to build a bridge between queer people across identities and borders.

We started out a decade ago as a personal blog focusing on LGBT Travel. Today, EveryQueer has expanded into a multi-platform brand that includes digital + traditional media and in-person events for our community. We host LGBT professional development training, conduct workshops, make television appearances, host group tours and curate a celebration of the full spectrum of queer adventures. 

Our wide-ranging original content and events have received media coverage in The New York Times, The Guardian, Washington Post, Vice, Nylon, Afar, Travel + Leisure, The Huffington Post, and Conde Nast Traveler, to name a few. 


A letter from our Editor, Meg Ten Eyck… 

EveryQueer is a space for LGBTQ people to find resources for travel that feel useful and authentic. We’re here to inspire queer folks to have adventures in everyday life but without sugar-coating the reality of traveling as an LGBTQ person.

Queer travelers face a unique set of difficulties when seeing the world. The policies and social acceptance of LGBTQ people vary widely from country to country, but the reality is that safety is still a huge concern for people when LGBTQ identity is illegal in 70+ countries around the world. It’s my hope to lead by example and inspire other LGBTQ people to seek out adventures around the world.

Our goal with EveryQueer is to highlight the creators and content we wish we could find.

I have to warn you though, EveryQueer will be an honest portrayal of queer experiences around the world and hails from Roxanne Gay’s school of bad feminism and imperfect activism. Our team is made up of really smart passionate queers doing the tough job of unlearning bias every single day. 

We’re dedicated to building bridges across borders and identities. We aim to educate, enlighten and empower our audience to create a more inclusive environment and encourage queers to live a life full of adventure. Our digital content across platforms chronicles and celebrates the stories, people, and voices that are emerging and inspiring all of us, ranging in topics from travel to queer culture to activism to sex + dating, all through the lens of today’s queer community. 

Welcome to EveryQueer. 

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