Rio de Janeiro is known for being welcoming of LGBTQ people and sex workers, but it still has homophobia, queer bashings and other problems.
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From August 5 to 21, nearly everyone’s going to be talking about the Summer Olympics. But here’s five fun facts that make these games unlike any before.
Rio de Janeiro is a nice, but it also has pesky mosquitos, criminals and emergencies like any world city. Here’s some advice for a happy, healthy stay during the Olympics.
If you’re hitting the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics, here’s gay-friendly hotels and guest houses for different tastes and price ranges with great staffs!
When Rio 2016 hits, you’ll need some quality places to eat, drink and relax. Don’t worry, our gay guide to the Summer Olympics has you covered.
If you’re going to see the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, it’ll help to know a little Brazilian Portuguese. These common phrases should help.
It’d be a pity to go all the way to Rio de Janeiro for the Olympics without getting any souvenirs of your trip! Don’t worry — here’s where to go.
Travelling to Rio this August for the Olympics? Now’s the time to make sure you’re bringing the right stuff with our special packing list!
If you’re planning on going to Rio for the Olympics, but haven’t picked up any tickets to the events yet — don’t worry, it’s not too late!
Everyone knows that the Olympics is a hot bed of sweaty athletic sex. Apparently the 2016 Summer Games is going to have more humping than ever!
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!