Southern Decadence Takes Over New Orleans


Marching to the beat of its own drum, New Orleans has unfailingly found ways to throw a party. Louisiana state government has tried in vain to levy their prejudices on the “Crescent City” which has been a melting pot of French, Creole, Spanish, Catholic, African and also, always, gay. In 1974, a small group of friends living in a ramshackle ... Read More »

From the Grind to Divine in Only 3.5 Hours: Asheville, North Carolina


If you’ve been keeping up with the country’s most buzzed-about hipster destinations of late, you’ve probably heard Asheville mentioned in the mix, perhaps alongside cities like Austin, Brooklyn, and Portland, Ore. This relatively small mountain metropolis in western North Carolina has long been a creative-spirited, relatively progressive island in one of the nation’s more socially conservative regions. LGBT-owned businesses, top-notch ... Read More »

Packin’ for the Packin’

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Being prepared for that spontaneous sexual situation is our responsibility, nay our privilege as a segment of society that has, for the most part, defined our own rules of conduct. However we’ve all been guilty of not carrying the proper accoutrements for no-strings (unless you’re into bondage) sex. In this day and age of unlimited internet shopping resources, and eclectic ... Read More »

The River’s Edge Celebrates 20 Years in the Wood


The Southeast’s largest gay campground and RV resort, The River’s Edge (TRE), is proud to celebrate their 20th anniversary this Fourth of July weekend. If you can’t get out of your current holiday plans, you can still make the main event. On Saturday, July 5, come celebrate TRE’s 20th Anniversary poolside, with a live concert featuring North Carolinians’ Jeff Brown ... Read More »

WorldPride Makes Its North American Debut in Toronto

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Pride, whether in yourself or in someone else, is a unifying concept across the globe, coming from within and touching every person differently. It’s a feeling that grows stronger in the face of hate, and a concept members of the LGBT community don’t just witness year after year – we live it. Over time, pride has lifted up and unified ... Read More »

RSVP for a Gay Ol’ Time


Imagine it: a vacation where a simple gesture like kissing your boyfriend on the cheek or holding your girlfriend’s hand isn’t seen as some sort of “big event” by people around you. If you’re looking for a cruise on a ship filled with gays and lesbians, RSVP may just be the cruise for you! Since its first cruise sailed out ... Read More »

Broadway in Paradise


Imagine a luxury resort located in the heart of the Caribbean with a crystal blue ocean mirroring the never-ending sky above and. Now picture yourself enjoying the sun and the sea next to Tony Award winners Christine Ebersole, Laura Benanti, Tommy Tune, Faith Prince and Donna McKechnie. This scenario doesn’t have to be a dream – it can be your ... Read More »

Soak Up the Sun at Key West Pride

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With June coming up soon, once again we’ll have a number of options for celebrating Pride in other cities. While there are many worthwhile options, both local and far away, one of the most relaxing times you may have takes place each year in Key West. The tiny island, adjacent to the southernmost tip of Florida, only spans a distance ... Read More »

1Life, 1Love, 1Really Big Party


This Independence Day weekend, the 1Life Festival give you an explosively gay way to spend your Fourth of July. With events between Los Angeles and San Bernardino, the 1Life Festival is the first large-scale LGBT electronic dance music festival in American history. The festival will be held at the National Orange Show Fairground, where you and friends can gather around ... Read More »

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