Should I take THIS vacation: Things to ask yourself

Should I take THIS vacation: Things to ask yourself

Sorting out the details of booking a vacation can be stressful. Knowing whether we have a good deal, that the destination is right and if it’s worth the hassle can be confusing and stressful.  For some people, this uncertainty and added stress may make it feel it’s...

THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO MAGICAL PRIDE

THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO MAGICAL PRIDE

In 2019, for the first time, Disneyland® Paris made Magical Pride an official signature event on their calendar.  Magical Pride is a big step for the global company that has previously been hesitant to put its brand on anything LGBTQ+ related. The evening offered...

ENTREPRENEUR: Meet the Queer Women of Weed

ENTREPRENEUR: Meet the Queer Women of Weed

From gummies to tinctures, topicals, and designing your own rolling paper, there’s no limit to how you can customize a cannabis experience today. While the 2010s brought an enthusiastic hype into consumer focus, there remains a gap in education about the plant and...

Grand Rapids Restaurants You Need to Visit 

  In 2019, there was a huge push to eat more local, in-season produce and of course live a  more sustainable life. Something that Grand Rapids has been doing well before this year. When Meg Ten Eyck and I were invited by Experience Grand Rapids to visit this...

20 Grants for LGBT Entrepreneurs

20 Grants for LGBT Entrepreneurs

Whoever said, “there’s no such thing as a free lunch” apparently hadn’t heard of small business grants. What do Facebook, DreamWorks, PayPal, and Apple have in common? All were founded or co-founded by someone from the LGBT community. With about 1.4 million LGBT-owned...

The 20 Best Foods to Try in Taiwan

The 20 Best Foods to Try in Taiwan

Whether you're heading to Taiwan for the first time, or a seasoned traveler, you may be looking for the best foods to try during your visit. With so many options, even the most knowledgeable foodie can have trouble deciding what to try first. If you are visiting...

The Ultimate Gay Peru Travel Guide

The Ultimate Gay Peru Travel Guide

Peru is a beautiful country with a rich history and a friendly population, so any traveler will enjoy immersing themselves in the culture here.  You’ll also find that a surprising amount of the country has been designated as UNESCO (United Nations Educational,...

The Best Lesbian Movies of All Time

The Best Lesbian Movies of All Time

Historically, portrayals of lesbians and same-sex relationships in American film were extremely limited due to the Hays Code. The Hays Code, enacted in response to the wild and roaring 20’s, was a set of moral standards dictating what was appropriate and inappropriate...

15 Great Things to Do in Grand Rapids

We were able to spend a long weekend discovering all the best things to do in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Both Meg and I have been chasing summer for the better part of two years. So when Experience Grand Rapids invited us for a long weekend in the fall we were ecstatic....

20 Best Things to Do in Pittsburgh

  We spent five full days checking out Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  The weather was perfect and we explored what felt like every inch of the city on foot. We were invited by Visit Pittsburgh to check out the city's amazing arts and culture scene. We were both blown...

10 Bucket List Items in Anti-LGBT Destinations

It’s illegal to be LGBT in 70+ countries. Some of these countries hold the most incredible wonders, brightest adventures, and most sought after travel experiences. We believe that all people, regardless of their identities, deserve to see the beauty and wonder of the...

What to Wear on Safari: a full packing guide

Figuring out what to take on a safari is flat out intimidating! There are undoubtedly more “rules” for what to wear on safari than almost any other trip I’ve taken. Going on an East African safari has been a dream for years. I wanted to follow every suggestion out...

African Village: What it’s like visiting the Masai tribe

I was very nervous to go to the Masai village but not due to the reasons most may think.  The Masai people are an indigenous tribe that lives in Kenya and Northern Tanzania. They’re estimated at about one million people and live in local villages throughout the...

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