18 lesbian sites to bookmark IMMEDIATELY

18 lesbian sites to bookmark IMMEDIATELY

When I was about nine, I typed the word “lesbian” into Internet Explorer search bar on my parents’ desktop computer after a girl at school told me I looked like one. (It was the week before I was going on holiday to South Africa and being the practical kid I was, I’d...

My Lesbian Haircut; it’s not just hair

  My hair is a dark mass of course curls. When left to its own devices it sticks straight up in clumps of wire like swirls. While I was growing up, it was never a priority and was perpetually swept up into the standard issue basketball practice bun directly on...

Catch a Ride to 2019 World Pride with MegaBus.com

This year New York City is expecting in the neighborhood of four million rainbow and glitter-clad World Pride attendees to flood the streets of Manhattan. New York City Pride is always one of the largest in the world but with this being 2019, World Pride expect the...

15 Oxnard Restaurants You Must Try

  When we visited Oxnard I made it my personal mission to eat as many restaurants as possible. But let’s be honest that’s pretty much my plan when visiting any new place. All of the super fresh food we devoured seemed to go hand in hand with the active beach...

50 Photos of our NYC Travel Influencers Meetup

One of the coolest parts about my job is getting to meet so many rad people from around the world. Often times those relationships are built online for months or years before I ever get the chance to meet folks in real life. I love connecting with people and sharing...

Berlin Travel Journal

Like all good Queers, visiting Berlin has been on my radar for years. It is a city you’ll find one of the most thriving queer communities in the world. While sitting in our favorite hostel, Generator,  the first night in town I couldn’t help but realize that I...

The Queer Life Lessons I Learned From the L Word

Despite being canceled 10 years ago, The L Word is still one of the most beloved pieces of lesbian pop culture ever created. Which might be why there are rumors of a revival swirling around the internet. Let’s be honest - the show wasn’t perfect, there were a lot of...

14 Delicious Turkish Dishes to Try in Istanbul

It is an undisputed fact a visit to Turkey ended up on my radar because of a strong desire to eat all the things. While there is so much more to see and do in Istanbul the food as expected was a highlight. During 10 days here I consumed all the Turkish dishes I could...

Things to know for your first Royal Caribbean Cruise

We were invited by Royal Caribbean in partnership with IGLTA  to experience a few days on their newest ship, Symphony of the Seas. As a first-time cruise goer, I pestered Meg with questions on what to expect in the weeks leading up. What I found was traveling on a...

I was wrong about scissoring

It’s a well-known fact that I talk a lot of shit on the internet. I’ve never been shy about my opinions - especially on my Facebook. I post about insights on topics as varied as LGBT culture, travel, and lesbian sexuality. I ask y'all questions and post about current...

Lesbian Gift Guide: Valentine’s Day Edition

Are you looking for gift ideas for that special someone and have no clue what to get them even though you feel you know them very well? Yeah? Happens to the best of us.  If you want to be romantic chocolates, fresh flowers and beautiful lingerie are the way to go. If...

Lesbian Friendly Cruises: Celebrity Edge Review

The art of cruising is a whole new world for me. As my blog has grown, I’ve been able to experience all kinds of new forms of travel that I might never have experienced on my own. My favorite types of trips tend to be midrange adventure travel experiences but a long...

20 Practical Gifts for the Travel Lover

20 Practical Gifts for the Travel Lover Avid travelers are notoriously difficult to shop for. Just ask my wife Lindsay, she never knows what to buy me for the holidays. I mean, unless we’re willing to fork out the big bucks for a hotel room or a flight, travelers can...

8 Ways to Kickoff Christmas in Chicago

For the first 29 years of my life, I celebrated the holidays in Hummelstown, Pennsylvania. While we’re not a religious family we have deep-rooted holiday traditions that I cherish more than I could ever put into words. There will never be a day I forget what our...

If You Love to Shop and Eat, Visit Gothenburg

  If Stockholm is the big sister, Gothenburg is every bit the carefree younger sibling it was destined to be. When you step from the pale blue tram car on to the cobblestone streets of the Haga neighborhood expects to see patios packed with young people. Let the...

How to Find the Right Travel Insurance

Travel insurance is one of those travel expenses that gets debated hard. You’ll find some seasoned travelers arguing both sides of this.  After all, it's your dream vacation nothing can go wrong, right? The reality is travel of all types comes with risk. Having a bag...

8 Things To Do in Glasgow Scotland

Aggressively queer,” I wrote in my notes on the blank page labeled Glasgow. But that’s a note I scribbled more out of joy rather than journalistic necessity. After checking into the gorgeous Dakota Delux Hotel, I spent the last few days exploring the more traditional...

What to do in Stockholm, the Lesbian Guide

Normally when we travel, Lindsay stands out like a sore thumb. It sounds bad - but it’s just her reality but it’s also the reality of many LGBT travelers exploring the world.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ She’s usually the tallest person in the room in Mexico. In the US people stare or make...

What Can You Do About Gender Inequality in the LGBT Travel Industry?

This post is brought to you by GenderAvenger. I’ve worked in the LGBT world for the past 13 years. The first half of my career was spent working as an LGBT activist and community educator for some of the largest LGBT nonprofits in the world. Simultaneously, I was...