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Republican Presidential Wannabe John Kasich Says Gay People are 'Probably' Born Gay
April 30, 2016
Republican presidential hopeful John Kasich has said that people are "probably" born gay.

Kasich, who is trailing behind Ted Cruz and frontrunner Donald Trump in the race for the Republican Presiden ... read_more


Woman in Texas Hassled for Using Woman's Restroom because of the Way She was Dressed
April 30, 2016
With all of the hysteria surrounding bathroom bills, it was only a matter of time until citizens started taking the matter into their own hands.

On Thursday, Jessica Rush was at the Baylor Medical C ... read_more


Ban on Gay Led Band Lifted in Jordan
April 30, 2016
Jordan has lifted a ban on the Lebanese rock band Mashrou' Leila, aka Leila's Project, after the action made international headlines. The band's lead singer Hamed Sinno, is gay and an activist for LGB ... read_more

DC Mayor Signs Bill Addressing Needs of LGBT Youth
April 30, 2016
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser on April 27 signed a bill approved by the City Council that requires the city's public schools to adopt suicide prevention polices that specifically address the needs of LGBT ... read_more

New Study Shows Effects on Gay Men Living in Urban Environments
April 30, 2016
Leaving one's hometown and moving to a city can have negative health consequences for gay men a new study from the Yale School of Public Health finds.

The Yale team found that young gay men who move ... read_more


College Applications Starting to Go Beyond the 'Male or Female' Boxes
April 30, 2016
A college applications system used by hundreds of institutions across the US is changing the way it deals with gender.

The Common Application system is used by over 600 colleges to standardise the p ... read_more


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Gay Life in Peru - The Nomadic Boys
February 15, 2017
“A man who rides Peruvian paso horses is referred to as a “chalan” – not to be confused with a “chalon” – that’s Peruvian gay slang for a guy with a huge dick!” Our Peruvian buddy Aaron from Lima i ... read_more

Recipe for Peruvian Pisco Sour Cocktail - Nomadic Boys
February 12, 2017
Pisco Sour is the national drink of Peru and one of our all time favourite cocktails. It's a mix of Pisco (a grape brandy), lime juice, egg whites and sweetened with syrup. The famous Peruvian Pisc ... read_more

Laos Gay Islands: Si Phan Don - The Scruffy Italian Traveler
February 8, 2017
The Gay Islands of Laos are amazing! Si Phan Don, also known as the "Four Thousand Islands", is an archipelago on the Mekong river where to enjoy a heavenly and relaxing holidays! Are they Gay Isla ... read_more

Fort Lauderdale Travel Campaign Features Trans Models
February 4, 2017
The Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention and Visitors Bureau has rolled out what it says is the world's first travel marketing campaign to feature transgender models. The three models will be used in ca ... read_more

Galapagos Islands Travel Video - Nomadic Boys
February 3, 2017
The Galapagos Islands is incredible: a once in a lifetime opportunity for most people and for good reason. This is our Galapagos Islands travel video, which we hope inspires and captivates you. The mu ... read_more

Join Sergio at European Gay Ski Week - Scruffy Italian Traveler
January 30, 2017
Gay Europe: Where do the best men in the Old Continent gather in Winter for a fantastic holidays on the snow? At the read_more

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Jodie Foster Getting Spot on Hollywood Walk of Fame
April 30, 2016
Oscar winner Jodie Foster has finally been given the honour of her own spot on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

The star's very own star will be placed on Hollywood Boulevard on 4 May.

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Dolly Parton Not Cancelling NC Concerts but Will Address Concerns from the Stage
April 29, 2016
Dolly Parton addressed North Carolina's controversial law that discriminates against transgender people during a conference call with reporters. Parton was promoting her new concert tour, the first in ... read_more

Actress Connie Britton of 'Nashville' Says Tennessee's Anti-Transgender Bill is 'Disturbing and Unjust'
April 28, 2016
A wave of legislation that opponents criticize as discriminatory against LGBT people that has recently swept the South is now in the spotlight as calls in Hollywood grow to protest laws in specific st ... read_more

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Locro de Papa Recipe - Nomadic Boys
December 4, 2016
Locro de papa is one of the staple dishes of Ecuador. It is a potato based soup with cheese, served with avocado and cooked with garlic, onions, achiote (annatto) powder and cilantro. Locro de papa ... read_more

Travel Safety for Women
September 1, 2016
A recent stay at a hotel in Buffalo opened my eyes about hotel safety issues. After checking in, taking the elevator to my floor, I opened up the door to my assigned room only to find someone else's b ... read_more

Basel, Switzerland - City of Cultural Nirvana
August 29, 2016
Cheese and chocolate. Yes, they're two of Switzerland's tastiest exports. But what really stands out about Basel - which, with 170,000 inhabitants, is Switzerland's third largest city after Zurich and ... read_more

Eating Out: Long island
August 3, 2016
With a farming heritage reaching back centuries and harvest ranging from apples to zucchini, Long Island is among New York's most fertile regions. Add its bountiful waters, world-class wines, artisan ... read_more

Girl's Weekend in Savannah, Georgia
July 13, 2016
What would you do if you had less than 48 hours in a city you’ve never visited before? Oh, and 28 of those hours are dedicated to an organization you adore. If you’re like me, you vow to give your bes ... read_more

Announcement: Phase Shift, by Jenn Burke and Kelly Jensen
May 2, 2016
QSFers Jenn Burke and Kelly Jensen have a new sci fi book out: Zander a ... read_more

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The Advocate's Queerest Cities in America - 25. Long Beach, California
January 14, 2017
Every year, The Advocate ranks the cities in the US for queer friendliness based on a number of criteria. This year, the criteria includes lesbian bars, trans events, gay rugby teams, theaters screeni ... read_more

Best Cities for LGBT Seniors: #8 - Portland, Oregon
December 8, 2016
Portland is a center of progressivism and tolerance and is home to the second largest per capita LGBT population in the country, behind only San Francisco. The city has long protected its gay and lesb ... read_more

Best Cities for LGBT Seniors: #10 - Columbus, Ohio
November 20, 2016
Columbus may not stand out as a place with a thriving gay scene, but it's actually one of the best places in the Midwest for members of the LGBT community to call home. The city has a large and active ... read_more

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Announcement: Triad Blood, by 'Nathan Burgoine
May 1, 2016
QSFer 'Nathan Burgoine has a new Paranormal/Urban Fantasy book out: The law of three is unbroken: three vampires form a coterie, three de ... read_more

Announcement: Hostile Taking, by Yamila Abraham
April 30, 2016
QSFer Yamila Abraham has a new Sci Fi book out: Traumatized father Merrick has a business that's about to fail. That means both him and his ... read_more

Announcement: Tempest, by Cari Z.
April 29, 2016
QSFer Cari Z. has a new fantasy book out: Love can change a soul. But can it save one life? Colm Weathercli ... read_more

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On Going Home for Thanksgiving as the Trans Man I Am
November 24, 2015
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Let’s Admit What Really Went Wrong in Houston
November 6, 2015
It's a dangerous myth that Houston was unexpected. National leadership of the LGBTQ movement has known or had very good reasons to suspect that our opponents -- still reeling from their defeat around ... read_more

Can Marriage Equality Activists Retire, Now?
August 6, 2015
Now that nationwide marriage equality is a thing, should activists just pack up their bullhorns and protest posters and head home for some R&R? A month after the Supreme Court's historic marriage e ... read_more

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