We’ve gathered five Cuba tips for the American seeking to get away for vacation
This new old city is currently undergoing a renaissance of fine dining, long-gorgeous scenery and a thriving gay Havana perfect for LGBTQ travelers
Cuba’s new president has barely ruled for a day, and a U.S. LGBTQ activist named Michael Petrelis already has a plan to turn the island nation much gayer
10 ‘Around the World’ Stories: Scotland Approves PrEP, the Philippines Backtracks on Marriage Equality, LGBTQ Acceptance Helps All Communities
In this look at news from around the world, Scotland’s approved PrEP and studies show that LGBTQ acceptance leads to fewer assaults on all communities
Because of gay tourism to Cuba, the nation’s LGBTQ culture is transforming in powerful ways, and two local gay guides hope for even more positive gains
90-year old Cuban President Fidel Castro recently died. Here’s an overview of his record on LGBTQ rights — he was no friend to Cuban queers.
In our monthly round up of good news for the LGBTQ community, we look at how Australia is getting rid of the idiotic, homophobic “gay panic defense”!
Nigeria’s anti-gay laws, combined with institutional homophobia and misconceptions about HIV are keeping men from getting the help they need.
For over 50 years, the U.S. help isolate Cuba from the rest of the world. But now it’s back open and full of interesting secrets, snapshots and surprises.
Same-sex marriage is currently illegal in Cuba, however a new campaign is poised to move the issue to the forefront of politicians’ awareness. Will it work?