Gay Travel Advertising: Do We Need Our Own Invitations? Do we need gay-only travel advertising? As the co-founder of a gay travel website, I say yes! I do believe destinations should be marketing to LGBT travelers with targeted campaigns. The reason? We travel differently.
What Are They Saying About #GayPhilly?
Featured #GayPhilly Business Listings
Shop TLAgay.com for the largest selection and great prices on Gay DVDs & Bl...
It was always about Atlantic City and Atlantic City's future," says Guaracino, who is openly gay. "It really was a non-issue. "Things really have changed in the last 20 or 30 years.....
Philadelphia's impression outside Philadelphia leaves a lot to be desired. That's fine. We're Philadelphians. We're used to it, and we usually get a laugh out of the hate. We might be America's best kept secret....
Gay-friendly Pennsylvania town filled with historical gems (RT @dailyxtra: Stepping back in New Hope - Gay-friendly Pennsylvania town filled with historical gems http://t.co/aSB4rVo9yx #canqueer ......
The Gayborhood itself is becoming less gay and more like the rest of Center City. The transition to Midtown Village is more than a renaming — it's an absorption of a once tightly bound community into the indistinguishably clumped-together developer provinces that make up modern Center City.
Atlantic City's new Guardian
It was always about Atlantic City and Atlantic City's future," says Guaracino, who is openly gay. "It really was a non-issue. "Things really have changed in the last 20 or 30 years..
October 31, 2013
Welcome To Our Newest Correspondent: Jim Werner
Jim Werner is co-owner of fagabond.com, a full-service LGBT travel-planning website. Jim was born in Philly, raised in Philly, and lives in Philly to this day. He believes in brotherly love so much, h...