The city isn’t very outwardly hostile, and once you find a pocket of queer friends to start connecting you to others (one thing this guide will hopefully help you do!), we think the ‘Nati can be downright grand.
We’ve finally picked out our road trip snack shopping list, and it’s a thing of beauty.
This is a photo essay mostly about two girls and a dog camping around Northern California and Southern Oregon.
Despite (or maybe because of) her lesbianism and shocking lyrics, she’s smashing into mainstream media and not giving any fucks. You will love her. You are welcome in advance for introducing you to your next favorite album.
Ptown, as it’s lovingly known, is a fun-filled beach town packed to the brim with pool parties, a great nightlife and even a booze cruise!
Fit for a Femme and Lonely Planet check out some amazing Pride events all over the globe.
Palm Springs, CA, where there’s a lot more than just Dinah Shore going on.
Pretty much all the things you need to know about or listen to before heading off to Bonnaroo! It’s pre-feelings feelings, if you will.
“Helsinki, despite a tricky past, is a city of glory. The architecture is renowned for its trademark minimalism. The streets are cleaner than my floors at times (as much as I hate to admit it). Public transportation is punctual, reliable and affordable.”
I saw Drake in the wild in Toronto and all I got was an OVO snapback and a million photos.
With summer (and A-Camp) fast approaching, I think it is a good time to remind ourselves how to not be a bear’s dinner.
Beaches, breweries, Old Town and a secret local sunset spot you won’t want to miss.
Big Bear, where bears are big and beer flights are awesome.
Meet Button and Bly, lesbian travelers! Then get ready for the premiere of their third season, where they show you around beautiful LA! You’re gonna love these two.
“My Dinah mission was not to party, but to go on an adventure. In three days I crossed four big items off my bucket list: camping under an eclipse, Dinah, Salvation Mountain, and the Salton Sea.”
When you drive across the country, you plan to see some things ahead of time. Other things you just stumble across.
“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!