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The Advocate is the go-to source for all news related to LGBT travel. Discover the hottest destinations, parties, events, clubs, and hotels around the world that welcome gay tourists and make for great gay travel experiences. Read news from The Advocate's sister outlet, Out Traveler, which sends reporters to national and international locales in order to find the best places to relax, unwind, and explore. Be it museums, safaris, scuba diving, hiking, partying, or sightseeing, The Advocate Travel will guide LGBT readers to their next adventure.
Trans Indian's Predicament at Border Shows the U.S. Lags Behind

Trans Indian's Border Predicament Shows U.S. Lags Behind

The U.S. consulate remains unclear on how to process visas like that of Aruta Alpesh Soni, who identifies among India's legally recognized "third genders."

Openly Gay Quantas CEO Calls for Same-Sex Marriage

For the head of Australia’s national airline, the issue is not just about business, it’s personal.

Another Event Moves; Gay Hotel Owners Apologize for Ted Cruz Dinner Party

Another Event Moves; Gay Hotel Owners Apologize

One of the owners says he was unaware of how virulently Ted Cruz opposes LGBT equality before hosting the dinner at his home.

More Events Cancel Over Gay Hotel Owner's Ted Cruz Dinner Party

More Events Cancel After Hotel Owner's Ted Cruz Dinner

Now parting ways is New York City Gay Men's Chorus, joining Broadway Bares and potentially more.

Meet the Gay Ranger Making the National Park Service a Little More Queer

On the eve of its centennial, the National Park Service celebrates LGBT inclusivity

Egyptian Court Upholds Ruling Allowing For Deportation & Ban of Gay Foreigners

The decision follows appeal of Libyan gay man to his arrest, deportation, and reentry denial.

WATCH: Broadway Bares Fire Island

WATCH: Broadway Bares Heats Up Fire Island

The most fun and sexy series of fundraising events in the world twerks its way to Fire Island. See the sizzling preview!

Tokyo District Votes to Recognize Same-Sex Relationships

The move in the Shibuya ward marks a big step for conservative Japan

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