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Learning about queer history on LGBTQ walking tours is a great way to explore a new city, or even get a new perspective on the place you call home. In honor of LGBTQ history month, here are 16 LGBTQ walking tours in US cities to add to your queer travel bucket list.
While nine states passed laws banning trans youth from participating in team sports this year, adult sports are doubling down on LGBTQI inclusion. To date, there are over 200 road races - including some of the most competitive marathons - that allow nonbinary runners. Read on for a list of US and international marathons that accept nonbinary runners to add to your LGBTQ travel plans, plus some context. on why inclusion of nonbinary athletes is so important.
Queer Adventurers is looking for 1,000 to 1,500 word personal essays on the theme of Shelter. Specifically, we're looking to hear a first-person story that happened to you about a time you found shelter in the outdoors
Last month, I visited Quebec for the first time since I was in high school. My wife and I spent several days exploring Quebec City’s historical attractions, walking through neighborhoods, and bakery-hopping. What surprised me was how much I loved my day trips from the city. Nature is super accessible with many day trips less than an hour from Quebec City! Read on for four of my favorite day trips from Quebec City for active travelers.
Anti-trans and anti-queer legislation is on the rise across the country, and it's leading some queer families to leave homes they love. LGBTQIA folks want to be themselves in the world, and they need to know how much of themselves they can be when they travel. These new laws make LGBTQ+ safety an everyday issue by criminalizing our existences and stripping away choices we make to be ourselves.
The travel industry does LGBTQ travelers a disservice by focusing exclusively on safety when they market to us.By sharing data and anecdotes about our experiences, we can help the travel and hospitality industries do a better job of meeting us where we are instead of force-feeding us the same standard lines about safety.
This Pride Month, we're shining a light on the outdoor brands that support the queer community all year round, rather than those that come after our pink dollars only during June!
These seven LGBTQ outdoor groups run outdoor adventure trips for queer people. Trips range in length from day hikes to multi day backcountry trips.
Looking for more websites like Queering the Map? Occasionally, I'll be profiling queer mapping projects that connect to nature and the outdoors and are created by us for us. The Kentucky queer history map caught my eye because it proved what rural queer folks know: LGBTQ lives may be thought…
You don’t have to be a queer hiker to want to know how to save money on hiking gear, but considering the financial disparities between LGBTQ folks and the general population, it’s no surprise that many of us are looking for ways to save money on hiking gear when we shop.