“Gayest City”… not so much. But we’re cooler than you think!
Transgender people face enormous difficulties whenever they travel, from dealing with the TSA to finding a safe bathroom.
From packing to arrivals and back home again, we’ve all got our own way of doing things. In this roundtable, some of Autostraddle’s finest editors share theirs.
I’m going to Bonnaroo and if you’re going to Bonnaroo, too, we should say hi to each other. There are also some pictures from 2013 in here!
Welcome to Durham, North Carolina. Come for graduate school; stay forever.
Get to know the Lowcountry!
Autostraddle has the inside scoop on Disney’s boldest show of supporting equality since Timon and Pumbaa sang “Are you achin’ for some bacon” in hula skirts! Gayworld is finally here!
5. A Diva Cup And An Understanding Of How To Use It.
Houston is an awesome tourist destination ripe with groundbreaking new restaurants, a happening bar and club scene, and a massive rainbow shining brightly over it all.
I’ve been in North Oakland/South Berkeley for over three years and never needed to buy an air conditioner or a good winter coat.
Positively Cleveland and the Gay Games invited Autostraddle to take a look at their facilities for the games and experience some of food and fun Cleveland has to offer the impending influx of queermos.
I’m flying to Canada today so this seemed like a good opportunity to think about all the other times I’ve been to other parts of Canada!
It’s a difficult task to find a place that isn’t gay-friendly. It’s Vermont, you guys. You want to know where the gaybourhood is? Burlington is the gaybourhood.
You’ll grow to love the glow of the city when it’s sunny outside and also its poetic gloom on rainy days; you’ll learn that the outdoor tables, no matter how gritty, are the most privileged spots at bars and restaurants; you’ll be surprised with how culturally diverse this city is; and you’ll become addicted to the unstoppable activities day and night.
Halifax is a historic city with the Celtic charm expected of Nova Scotia, overflowing with arts, culture, music and bars, so many bars. As it’s the biggest city in the Maritimes region of Canada, lots of queers from across Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and PEI make the pilgrimage to our seaside city.
Buenos Aires’ dark streets glistened with youth and possibility, and most of our nights revolved around an easy camaraderie between travelers.
Qwear’s Sonny and Champagne just got back from Ptown’s “Ladies” Weekend and have a pocketful of tips – fashion and otherwise – for your next queer weekend away.
Orlando is known mainly for Disney World but there are a lot of exciting happenings outside of the Magic Kingdom.
My girlfriend took me on her work trip to Oahu, where I ate and beached and learned and museumed and only suffered one major physical injury!
“Put in the effort, put yourself out there and you will be rewarded with a really, really good time!”