The Trans Journalists Association is doing vital work to help the coverage of trans communities in media become more accurate and authentic as well as providing resources to support trans people working in the industry.
In India, there are a number of hospitality schools, but one in particular is doing amazing work for the LGBTQ+ community.
Diversity in the workplace is a vital aspect of creating a safe and productive work environment. Out Professionals is a nonprofit organization determined to help LGBTQ+ professionals with networking and career opportunities. Out Professionals Out Professionals is dedicated to helping LGBTQ+ professionals and aspiring professionals in the United States with career development and advancement. They […]
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 businesses in the US, it’s not surprising that LGBT people have built […]
As if we needed another excuse to have margaritas – Hornitos Tequila is taking a stand for marginalized people. Hornitos Tequila is a leading premium tequila brand founded on the belief that nothing great ever happens without taking a chance. They’re putting their money where their mouths are and backing marginalized nonprofits and creatives. Each […]
Every year, The International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association’s (IGLTA) Global Convention takes place in a new host city and welcomes international delegates from across the world. Every year I speak at the conference but this year I was invited to attend IGLTA fundraising gala and award ceremony on behalf of Visit West Hollywood. During […]
Salvador is in the northeastern region of Brazil and is the capital of the state of Bahia. Salvador is also the third largest city in Brazil and a port that has become a popular vacation destination for Brazilians. During the transatlantic slave trade, millions of Africans were shipped to Brazil to work on sugar plantations, […]
With dozens of LGBT-friendly hotels, more than 40 gay nightlife venues, gorgeous beaches, and warm winter weather, it is easy to see why Fort Lauderdale is a favorite vacation spot for the LGBT community. I’ve been eyeing up Fort Lauderdale for years because I knew they were the only city in the world to prioritize […]
I’m not going to bury the lead on this one. Traveling as a member of the LGBT community is a radical act because the majority of the world is still grappling with the question of our legitimacy and mere existence. As you may be able to tell from the depth of this post, I have […]
It took Gaby Calderón a year before she could accept the fact that she was gay. Seventeen at the time, the Peruvian felt isolated in the Catholic-dominated society with only an outsider’s view of the Lima LGBT community. With no local resources available, she had to rely on websites and information from outside the country […]