WTF? An US Appeals judge doesn’t seem to know what the world “bisexual” means. That and more maddening news in our monthly look at worldwide queerphobia.
The Middle East is home to some of the world’s greatest wonders—from the ancient historic cities of Jaffa and Jerusalem to the natural wonders of deserts, craters and seas.
We’ve got just the one planet, but it’s a special one. Photos of beautiful destinations from around the world: Asia, Europe, Oceania, Africa & the Americas.
My trip to Tel Aviv a few weeks back got turned into a really cool YouTube video, thanks to GoIsrael.de.…
A Mexican trans woman was murdered and her corpse burned, and more in our monthly look at queerphobia around the world.
New photos from one of the sexiest gay travel trips I ever took — to Tel Aviv gay pride where I convinced sexy Israeli guys to strip down for free Andrew Christian underwear!
Last year, we told you about John Calvin, the gay man who is the grandson of one of Hamas’ founders. Then, Canada wanted to deport him to certain doom — but now he’s safe in the US.
A gay Europe travel guide to the best gay cities, including travel tips on the best gay bars, clubs, tours & hotels in Barcelona, Berlin, London, Paris, Rome and other top gay cities.
A sexy singer from an anti-gay country is heavily favored to win the world’s gayest singing competition. If he does, here’s what happens next.
Malta and Brazil speak out against so-called “ex-gay therapy”, world courts rule in favor of LGBT rights and more in our world news round-up!
Articles about the #CancelPinkwashing protests at Creating Change 2016 have called the protestors “thugs” and “anti-Semites.” But consider this…
On Friday night, protestors at Creating Change — an annual, national conference on LGBT equality — took the halls of the Chicago Hilton to demonstrate against A Wider Bridge, a pro-Israeli group accused of “pinkwashing” (that is, using Israel’s LGBT rights record to distract from its human rights abuses). Speakers at the conference’s opening plenary […]