Gay tourism is growing, and it always helps to have someone's firsthand experience tell us what it’s really like traveling to Doha, Dubai, and Berlin—from the nightlife to the neighborhoods. If you haven’t bookmarked these gay travel bloggers yet, these are the ones to check out (even if only on Instagram).
With three films slated for this spring—True Story, I Am Michael, and Wim Wenders's Everything Will Be Fine—James Franco continues to be the busiest man in show business.
Japan isn’t known for LGBT inclusivity—but Tokyo intends to change that by 2020.
San Francisco Giants relief pitcher Jeremy Affeldt is urging his fellow Christians to let go of animosity toward LGBT people, insisting on his blog that both the church and its followers should become “beacons of love.” Though he admitted in 2013 that he used to hold homophobic views himself, he later realized he was wrong.
As the rest of the United States eagerly awaits to hear the Supreme Court’s ruling on marriage equality, there are parts of the country that can and have been making their own rulings: tribal lands aresovereign territory, technically not considered to be a part of the United States that come under sovereign law. Thus, some Native American tribes have taken the step of allowing marriage equality on their tribal lands.