Quiiky Tours Teaches The Untold History of Gay Italy
Quiiky specializes in gay Italy tours and provides in depth historical tours of the former Roman empire, classical queer artisans, and modern Italian LGBT culture.
The First Timer’s Guide to Buenos Aires Argentina
When I received a message from Pablo De Luca asking me if I’d like to speak about LGBT travel at Argentina’s famed GNetwork360 conference – I immediately jumped at the […]
Lesbian History: 15 Lesbian Historical Landmarks to Pay Respects
When I came out in 1998 I was the only LGBT person I’d ever known about. I thought I was completely alone until I saw Ellen on the cover of […]
The Ultimate Contiki Review: Do Contiki Tours Live Up to the Hype?
Before I started this website, long before I ever had stamps in my passport or had traveled internationally, I used to stalk Contiki on social media. For years, I thought […]
Belmond Hosts First LGBTQ+ Luxury Train Journey
Belmond has a long history of LGBTQ+ inclusion. They consistently go above and beyond to provide excellent service to our community. I know first hand because I’m a member of […]
Why is Stockholm One of the Best Vacations for Lesbians?
I’ve been to Stockholm a couple of times now and was blown away by the simplistic beauty of the city and the relaxed progressive values of the Swedish people. I […]
The Best LGBT Photographers Documenting Our Community
Photography plays an important part in documenting the experiences of queer people. LGBT photographers have documented everything from the biggest touchpoints of the queer rights movement all the way through […]
58 Smokin’ Hot Queers Were Lusting After
In January, EveryQueer published our first-ever list of queers killin’ it in the LGBT influencer game. This was by far the most popular article of our launch but was by […]
EveryQueer Magazine Launch Party Celebrates with 200 Queers in New York City
After months of teasing – it’s finally here. This past week we launched EveryQueer with Brooklyn’s hottest DJ Amber Valentine at one of the most popular queer parties in NYC. […]
43 LGBTQ Influencers that are Changing the Internet
People hate the term “influencer” – and I totally get it. No one wants to feel like they’re being swayed by something other than their own opinions. Influencers in social […]