“Put in the effort, put yourself out there and you will be rewarded with a really, really good time!”
The South is notoriously friendly. It is also notoriously bigoted. In 2006, the year I moved to Nashville, an anti-marriage equality proposition passed. It felt like a slap in the face and a sign to leave. Six years later, I couldn’t be more happy that I stayed.
“I loved living in Georgia, but the people I met, particularly in my village, seemed so old-fashioned I was always too scared to come out and lose the love and affection I’d gained. “
“There’s this huge spoon with a cherry on it, pic op!”
Pensacola is a complicated place for queers. While we play host to tens of thousands of LGBT tourists on Memorial Day weekend, everyday life is not as out and proud. Yet the community here is fairly close-knit, and many friendships span a decade or more.
London can be brutal when the rent is due, but also incredibly exciting, creative, glittery and beautiful any day of the week.
An epic guide to San Francisco for locals and visitors and newbies written by two girls who have been here for a really really long time.
“Though it’s got its share of pros and cons, the memories you make in this gorgeous city will stick with you forever.”
“There are heaps of places to hang out and meet likeminded “Perthonalities.” Not to mention the beaches and forests here are goddamn beautiful.”
“Tampa is totally fun and fierce and fabulous.”
“This was the first city that I chose for myself, and I’ve never looked back. This is home, and for good reason.”
“Equally damp and flannel-friendly as its neighboring cities, it’s pretty much raining lesbians in Tacoma.”
If you live in one of these 45 places, we want you to tell us all about it. (Sidenote: we’re in especially desperate need of a San Francisco queer girl city guide!)
Brunch, beer and a three-day-long Pride? Yes please.
If all you know about Baltimore is from The Wire, here’s a lesson in why they call this place Charm City.
Ever wonder what Pittsburgh has going for it besides Brian, Justin, Michael, Ted and Emmett?
It’s the second largest and second most populous city in the United Kingdom (the first being London) with over three and a half million people. So obviously it can’t be too bad here!
“The city boasts one of the largest LGBTQ populations in the U.S., and there are more and more resources and opportunities for LBT ladies in the “A.”
A lot has changed in Miami the last decade. Is it a new gay getaway hotspot? I took a visit, snapped a lot of photos, rode a vespa, visited a lot of restaurants and drank too much alcohol so I could find out.
Have a gay old time in the city with four seasons in one day.