Ecuador is wooing LGBTQI travelers to the South American destination home to the Galápagos Islands, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ecuador’s LGBT Chamber of Commerce launched Proud Destinations – LGBTIQ + Ecuador Tourism, a queer travel initiative to encourage travel within the South American country and internationally, last week. EcuadorianContinue Reading

Almost everyone has been to Atlanta at some point or another. Whether for a conference or just passing through the Hartsfield-Jackson airport, the busiest airport in the world, Atlanta sees more than 100 million visitors per year. As the largest city in Georgia and one of the largest in theContinue Reading

After scoring 207 total points in an overtime win for the Seattle Storm against the Dallas Wings both teams went from red hot to ice cold in their third matchup on Sunday in Everett. In a game that saw another down to the last second win it was the WingsContinue Reading

The WNBA defending champion Seattle Storm handed the Connecticut Sun its first loss of the season as the teams battled into overtime with the Storm winning 90-87. Seattle is 4-1 and Connecticut is 5-1. “We limited their own boards and we outrebounded a team that leads the league in rebounding,”Continue Reading

This June, Procter & Gamble (P&G) and iHeartMedia invite people everywhere to join “Can’t Cancel Pride,” a virtual relief benefit for the LGBTQ+ community, featuring performances and appearances from the most influential voices in the community as well as the biggest names in culture and entertainment. Stars include Bebe Rexha,Continue Reading

Seattle Pride, organizers of the 2021 virtual LGBTQIA+ Pride event (11 a.m. – 5 p.m. on June 26 & 27) has announced the complete stage schedule for the two-day celebration, featuring a diverse array of speakers, performers, activities and activism reflecting this year’s theme Resilience. This year’s musical headliner isContinue Reading

LGBTQ Ugandan activists are mobilizing against the Sexual Offenses Bill 2019 before Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni signs it into law. Members of Uganda’s Parliament caught LGBTQ Ugandan activists off guard with the late-night passage and tweet announcing the lawmakers’ vote May 3. Lawmakers incorporated elements of the former Anti-Homosexuality ActContinue Reading