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This Is How I Had a Fabulous Gay Wedding at the Jersey Shore

Jeffrey has been writing about weddings for Metrosource for years. Now he describes how he finally had one of his own at a beautiful beach venue in Asbury Park, New Jersey! Why...

This Is What It’s Like To Be a Gay Couple Constantly on the Road Together

When the world is your office and your spouse is your co-worker, it can be a challenge to finding balance. But it can also lead to some very special moments. Pull Over!...

Get All the Basics for How to Have a Blast on Fire Island

Anyone looking for a day at the beach should consider a trip to Fire Island. This long, slender strip to the south of Long Island offers white beaches, friendly atmosphere, and a...

You Need to Visit These 6 LGBTQ Neighborhoods in NYC

Ever wonder “What is the gayest part of NYC?” Whether you’re a local looking for a new place to hang or a visitor who wants to live your best NYC LGBTQ life for...

This Is What We Know about the 1973 Gay Bar Arson That Killed 30

In 1973, a New Orleans gay bar called Up Stairs was set ablaze by an arsonist, and the resulting fire killed 32 people. Decades before the PULSE nightclub massacre took 49...

What Happens When “Into the Woods” Gets Political in LA?

I’ve seen Into the Woods enough times to be a little wary of giving it another go. This particular Sondheim work reminds me of a soufflé: Done right, it’s an exquisite...

LGBTQ in LA? Here Are the Top Five Places You Need to Visit

Los Angeles is a sprawling metropolis, and its easy to get overwhelmed. But if you can spare a weekend, you can get up to speed on the city’s multi-culti LGBTQ past — and...

This Is What 13 Experts Want LGBTQ Travelers to Experience

We asked 13 travel experts what their favorite destinations had to offer LGBTQ visitors, and – ooh, honey – they rolled out the pink carpet! Where Did We Find These...

Here’s What Makes Fire Island Unforgettable

Many beach towns that still attract and welcome the LGBTQ community began as secluded artists’ colonies in the last century. But in Fire Island: Photographs ($50, Glitterati...

Not As Gay As It Used to Be, But Still Worth a Visit: San Francisco

We head to the Bay Area in search of cinema-worthy settings, celeb-quality accommodations, and even check out a low-key little sports event known as “The Super Bowl.”...

Here’s How to See LGBTQ History and More at the Newseum in Washington D.C.

Washington, D.C.’s Newseum bills itself as the premiere interactive institution for documents and objects which chronicle free expression and our First Amendment Rights....

Get the Best out of Your Hotel Experience This Pride Season

What can tourists from across America and abroad expect from a New York City hotel at WorldPride/Stonewall 50? Guests and visitors contract to have the best experience, but what...