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.
After a four-year stint in Autostraddle’s top American lesbianish city, I thought I had developed impossibly high expectations for every future place I’d inhabit. Then I found Sydney.
The City of Brotherly Love’s got plenty to do for ladies of all stripes.
It’s a small little bubble of liberalism in a sea of southern weirdness.
For most people, Columbia is a pit stop on the I-70 trek from St. Louis to Kansas City. For those lucky enough to live here, there’s so much more to love.
“Saratoga lacks the frenzied bustle of a big city, but it’s somehow both lively and laid-back at the same time. It is the epitome of the quintessential northeastern town: easy-going, liberal and gay-friendly.”
There’s no better place to be gay in the Rockies.
“Richmond is the antithesis of everything terrible you’ve ever heard about Virginia. I can tell you in complete honesty that RVA is, hands down, one of the gayest cities in the American South.”
Hey there, Dawlin’!
Forget everything you know about the Midwest, Chicago’s got as much big-city queer action as either coast.
“Carolina girls are the best in the world.”
Are you ready for a hood-by-hood walking tour through the queerest parts of The Lou?
“Taipei has outstanding food, outstanding public transportation and outstanding lesbians.” What more can you ask for?
“What you may not have heard is that in this tiny little city of about 270,000, there are by my count, 70,000 lesbians. At least.”
The world’s most populous city has enough going on to make your queer little head spin.
“Miami, like someone you meet at a bar, might initially seem to lack some depth, but once you get to know her you’ll realize she’s super cute inside and out.”
Five colleges, two cities, lots of queers.
“You should come by so we can show you how good and gay this gemütlichkeit thing can truly be.”
Stop by Tulsa on your next cross-country adventure for a surprisingly good time!