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Top 5 Shanghai Gay Bars

The Shanghai gay bar scene is a burgeoning affair. While the city boasts a number of LGBT venues, it’s surprisingly few considering Shanghai’s gargantuan population of 25 million people.   Most Shanghai gay bars are located in and around the elegant French Concession – a stunning district of this otherwise frantic city which is well...

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The Rise of Dark Tourism

The more pressing question around dark tourism is who reaps the economic rewards of the millions of tourists who happily part with their cash?   There are few things more exciting than packing your bags, jumping in a taxi and heading off to the airport to start your next holiday or travelling adventure. But, what...

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How Gay Rights in Colombia Have Opened Up the Tourism Market

Over the past decade, the enhancement of gay rights in Colombia has meant that the once underground LGBT scene has come out of the shadows and is now openly visited and advertised While South America has been a burgeoning gay destination for several decades, most visitors have flocked to Brazil, Argentina and Peru. However, in...

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Professional Wrestler Mike Parrow Comes Out as Gay

Professional wrestler Mike Parrow has revealed in an interview that he is gay. The sportsman admitted that he always knew he was homosexual but has tried conversion therapies in the past. He told Gay Star News ‘I’ve always known I’m gay… That was never a question in my mind.’ Parrow also admitted that he found...

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Top 9 Reasons to Travel Solo as a Gay Guy

While travelling solo might seem a little daunting, the world is a much friendlier and more hospitable place than the headlines would have you believe. Gay solo travel has numerable benefits, from discovering something about yourself to going to that club your friends refuse to visit!   1. Be the enigmatic solo traveller Gay solo...

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A Quarter of Homeless People Identify as LGBT

Figures released on Christmas Day show that more than 10,000 LGBT people were made homeless in 2017. Out of 45,000 18-24 year-olds, data shows that over 25% of them identified as LGBT. The figures were obtained by the Liberal Democrats under a freedom of information request. However, 100 local authorities did not provide the information...

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A Gay Guide to Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria is the most popular gay destination in the Canary Islands and with beautiful beaches, plenty of bars, cheap beer and good food, it is easy to see why.   Gran Canaria Gran Canaria is the third largest of the Canary Islands and lies of the western coast of Africa, some 1000 miles from...

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Head to the Middle East’s Gay Paradise – Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is undoubtedly the Middle East’s most progressive city when to comes to LGBT rights and so, understandably, the region’s premier gay destination for travellers.    Gay Culture in Tel Aviv Thousands of LGBT visitors flock to the city each year, many from the local region, but Tel Aviv also attracts big crowds from...

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Russia Insists Gay Visitors Will Not Face Arrest at 2018 World Cup

Russian officials have said that gay fans will not face arrest if they travel to Russia for the World Cup in 2018. They also insisted that gay people would be allowed to carry the rainbow flag and hold hands, despite Russia’s draconian LGBTQ laws. Russia has a law which prevents ‘propaganda of non-traditional sexual relationships.’...

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A Guide to Gay Iceland

Located halfway between the UK and Canada, nestled in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, is the once forgotten island of Iceland. Explore the wild outdoors before heading back to explore Reykjavik’s fantastic restaurants and range of cosy bars. Gay Iceland This sparsely populated nation isn’t a gay travel hotspot in the typical sense, don’t...