Queer Boston Travel Guide

view of Boston from the back of a ferry

Welcome to Boston where queer herstory and a lively LGBTQ+ scene blend seamlessly. The capital of the first U.S. state to legalize same-sex marriage, Boston proudly celebrates its vibrant queer community. With one of the largest LGBTQ+ populations on the East Coast, the city with rainbow flags fluttering from homes and businesses is as inviting […]

Nathalie Wine Bar: Unexpected Gem Where Wine & Community Collide

Nathalie Wine Bar in Boston, Massachusetts wasn’t on my radar, until a local Bostonian brought it to my attention. Stepping through the door, I was greeted by a space that felt both sophisticated and welcoming – an elegant leather booth beckoned, while playful 90s R&B music played from the speakers. It was clear that this […]

Queers You Should Know: Chef Tatiana Rosana

Chef Tatiana Rosana at Para Maria in Boston image by Brian Samuels

Award-winning Chef Tatiana Rosana, a first-generation Cuban-American raised in Miami, grew up surrounded by food. In her family meals were the center of every celebration and comfort in times of hardship. This instilled in her a deep love for food from a young age. Her love of food, family, and her Cuban roots are evident […]

Boston is Making Lesbian Herstory Come Alive

History has a funny way of forgetting people. Walk down any tourist path in Boston and you’ll be bombarded with tales of war heroes and founding fathers. But what about the revolutionaries who fought for equality from a different front – the LGBTQ+ community?  Our herstory is often relegated to footnotes, our contributions erased with […]