“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.
In which we do 4th of July, Florida style.
By which I mean I am tapping this into an iPhone note on a bus jostling through the English countryside.
Traveling alone during my semester abroad, my Moleskine was my only companion in a series of hostels of varying quality.
An Abby Mills sighting and a delicious eggplant pasta with burrata.
Welcome to Durham, North Carolina. Come for graduate school; stay forever.
Get to know the Lowcountry!
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.
Forget Rick Steves. Make and share your own personalized travel guide with this handy little app.
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.
“We’ve traveled the great wide countryside, but there’s nothing like coming home.”
What do you do when you see queer kids making out in the street? When and where is PDA okay for queer people? Who gets to decide when it’s okay or inappropriate?
Our journey continues through the Pacific Northwest with creepy doughnuts, surprise parties, and musical theatre!
The leaves were falling, the children were wandering the streets in search of candy and the dog was dressed like a bumblebee.
Oklahoma City, Denver, an Autostraddle Meet-up event and more poetry! Plus, Marine has some planning tips for your next great adventure!
After our little trip to the big easy, we were ready to relax, get back on budget, and try some real Texas barbeque!
Luckily, we were able to drown out our A-Camp sorrows over some retail therapy at the Mall of America, and a few drinks on Bourbon Street.
“After the cab ride home we put on our PJ’s, ordered pizza and danced around in the kitchen to the Spice Girls like a 7th grade slumber party.”