At a broad stroke, the LGBTQ community is made up of a mix of genders and sexualities—all lumped together with an all-encompassing acronym and a diversity of people and ideas. Traveling in far-off places as a part of that LGBT network is sometimes a challenge, but as the world is increasingly more open and friendly and tourists are always at an advantage , there are more opportunities for LGBT travelers today. Our world is increasingly more connected on social media networks, and by far the biggest is Facebook. One of the best ways to meet other LGBT travelers is connecting through Facebook networking groups before or even during a trip. There are countless groups for specific cities and destinations, as well as global ones such as the new LGBTQ Travelers group. How do you find them?
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I'm 25 years old and planning a vacation with my significant other. I was just wondering, what are some Caribbean All Inclusive resorts that are considered gay friendly? The last thing I'd want to do is shell out the money for a great resort only to be subject to harassment, etc. Club Med Columbus Isle is gay friendly.
ALL newlyweds need a honeymoon — a fact that has the travel industry salivating. The legalization of same-sex marriage in New York State has set off a race among resorts and hotels around the world to become the next honeymoon hot spot for gay and lesbian couples. Other same-sex couples with a valid New York marriage license will get a free upgrade and dinner for two when staying four nights. Hotels are making extensive efforts for the gay wedding and honeymoon dollar, said Dane Steele Green, president of Steele Luxury Travel in New York, which caters to the gay community.
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