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Pink Traveler: Follow The Rainbow To Costa Rica

Hard to believe we flew all the way to Costa Rica and didn’t see a single sloth—except the one in the mirror. That’s because as much as the lush Central American country might be known for adventure (of which we had plenty), it’s also a wonderful place to slow down, disconnect and get in touch with nature. Plus, Costa Rica’s […]

Sleeping Around San Diego

Chances are you wish you were cold right now. Not nips-poking-through-your-shirt cold, but comfortably cool. We know we are, which is why we’re dreaming of the San Diego area 24/7. Anywhere but Dallas, really. We just got back from a quick weekend to SoCal and darn if patio heaters at night in August aren’t something we could get really used […]

Pink Traveler: Live Large In NOLA

We’ve been accused of having low moral standards. Many times. But we’ll never be accused of low standards when it comes to hotel accommodations. As frequent visitors to New Orleans, we’ve experienced more than our fair share of cringe-worthy hotel rooms. Even at reputable brands. (We personally blame the phenomenon of eight people cramming into double rooms for bachelor/bachelorette party weekends, […]

11 Musts For A Great San Francisco Weekend

We love the Gay Motherland! Sadly, we hadn’t been to San Francisco in years, so this past May we carved a long weekend out of our schedule to explore one of the most beautiful cities on the planet. Sure, it would be great to have a week or two there, but you can accomplish plenty in 72 hours if you […]

The Pride Of Richfield, Minnesota

Few people make me laugh harder than Miss Richfield 1981. She’s a staple of Atlantis Events cruises, a summer fixture in Provincetown, and an international spokesqueen for travel site Orbitz. Despite her less-than-sensible shoes, she sure gets around. So when presented with the opportunity for a brief chat with the Legend of LOLs, I jumped at the chance. Besides, there’s […]

Sleeping Around California’s Central Coast

California produces some of the best wine in the world: Napa. Sonoma Country. Our cousin Shirley’s Fresno bathtub. But until late last year, we’d never had the opportunity to explore California’s Central Coast in person or more specifically, the San Luis Obispo region. (However, we’ve explored many a bottle from there in the comfort of our own back yard.) Much […]

50 & Proud

Turning 50 can be scary. (Trust us, it’s happening to us sooner than we’d like.) But it also represents a monumental achievement, whether as a person or a movement that changed the world. This June marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots and the beginning of major change for the LGBTQ communities of the universe. Pride truly began here. […]

Brunch Of The Week: Sun’s Out, Buns/Guns Out

With any luck, your Valentine’s date tonight won’t end until you wake up Saturday for brunch. But we know that’s a long shot for most of us, so at least we can look forward to a weekend of eggs and such, with or without marathon sex the evening before. So where to go after a long night of horizontal hugging […]

Potty Humor

We’ve all probably thought of names for our drag alter egos, but what about our take-a-drag personas? You know, for those times we toke up to get down. Here are the ones we’ve narrowed down to for ourselves: Sativie Nicks. Him-ily Blunt. Ruth Bader Ganjburg. Or maybe we’ll gather some friends to form an epic girl group so we can use all the […]

Sex On The Beach (& Ships, Too)

Even though we can travel pretty much anywhere in the world and be our big ol’ gay selves, there’s something so much more enjoyable about vacationing with other gays. Entire ships and resorts full of LGBT folks exclusively, to be more specific. While Atlantis Events and RSVP Vacations have become synonymous with the all-gay travel experience, we recently learned about […]