Everywhere you go in Hawaii, you will find nothing but stunning beauty, breathtaking scenery and a rich cultural tradition that remains timeless. For those stationed here, it’s as close to paradise as you can get, with a variety of activities not easily available to those at stateside bases. Let’s Go!
Cyprus in the Mediterranean, and Vanuatu, in the South Pacific, are a literally a world apart from each other. What do these places have in common? In short, the answer is drugs, the kind transgender people desperately need for transitions but often are unable to obtain through normal channels. Read about the difficulty in legally obtaining Hormone Replacement Therepy and the ease of it through these two countries.
…it was never lost on me that in those nations I would be in danger if I appeared to be gay. Even in liberal Bahrain, where I went to clubs and bars with other Marines and Sailors, I was constantly aware of the risks associated with being outed…
By David Small
Tinkerbell didn’t single-handedly turn Orlando gay with her fairy dust. As much as we’d like to think the campy euphoria that is Walt Disney World made the city a gay-favorite locale, it actually started, partly at least, as a byproduct of President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s interstate highway system.
In the 1960s, Interstate-4
“Don’t let the innocent white steeples of the “Holy City” fool you. Behind the wrought-iron gates and shy, sideways-facing entries of opulent 250-year-old homes lies a colorful city with regionally renowned cuisine, hot beaches, and the subtly, snarky charm of the old South. Let the scent of a thousand jasmine flowers blooming in the city lure your senses. It’s the perfect getaway for the gay traveler and a choice military assignment.”