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Kelowna Pride: Tickets Available Now for Canada’s Only Queer Wine Festival Weekend

Kelowna Pride has now released their much anticipated tickets to Canada’s only queer wine festival. Kelowna Pride, in partnership with the BC Wine, Cider & Spirits Festival will be hosting OUT in the Valley November 21-24 with a series of events throughout the weekend. “These events are for ...
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Traveling to NYC? Here’s Where to Stay

LGBTQ culture is a part of New York’s identity. It’s a city with the loudest, powerful, and largest LGBT population. The city also receives the highest number of gay tourists. So are you planning to visit New York City for vacation? Don’t worry; the city is friendly to ...
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Whistler’s Cornucopia Countdown: A Celebration of Food + Drink

Whether a savvy-shopper or a high-roller, Cornucopia, presented by BlueShore Financial is teeming with a selection of events. “Everyone’s welcome” is the theme behind the programming at Cornucopia taking place November 7-17, 2019. From cooking demonstrations to drink seminars, winery dinners to Signature Tastings and late-night celebrations – ...
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Kids Play Free in Whistler this winter: Early booking offer ends Nov. 15

Kids Play Free in Whistler this winter, adding even more value for families planning a holiday to North America’s premier mountain resort destination. Whistler’s Early Booking Offer is on now, offering guests the chance to save up to 35% on a winter escape to Whistler, when they book ...
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Pride Journey: Grand Rapids/Saugatuck

For the past few years, I’ve heard about a small town in Michigan known for its LGBTQ friendliness and charm, but it wasn’t until recently that I had the opportunity to visit Saugatuck and its neighboring town, Douglas. If you don’t live within driving distance, you’ll probably have ...
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LGBTQ+ Exhibition Opens at Virginia Museum of History and Culture

The Virginia Museum of History & Culture (VMHC) and Virginia Pride are partnering to mark LGBTQ+ Pride Week in Richmond by featuring a special work of art by artist Jumper Maybach in the Story of Virginia exhibition. The work, which Virginia Pride commissioned and donated to the museum ...
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Airbnb Host Launches LGBT+Ally Travel Platform

A former Airbnb Superhost aims to remove the “coming out” conundrum for LGBT+ travelers when booking accommodations through the 10+ million listings across major short-term rental platforms including Airbnb, Vrbo, Booking.com, TripAdvisor, and HomeAway. FabStayz.com brings an end to travelers having to message hosts ensuring they are ‘OK’ ...
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Top 10 Same-Sex Wedding Destinations in 2020

Love is one of the most beautiful feelings and experiences and someone could have. It knows no limits and it is unconditional. So, if you are in a same-sex relationship, you might be looking for the perfect place to make your relationship an official union! Here are the ...
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Simple Safety Tips for LGBT+ Globetrotters

For LGBT+ travellers, there’s more to think about during trip planning than how many outfits to pack and where you’re going to eat. Even countries that are ostensibly gay-friendly, like the USA, can still offer varying levels of safety and welcome from city to city. Though LGBT+ travel ...
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More Than Just the Arch – Taking Pride in St. Louis

The last time I was in St. Louis I was still in my 20s, and I had the energy to party all night. After many shameless social media posts and 10 years later, I had the opportunity to revisit The Lou with a friend of mine from Indianapolis. ...
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