I love my life as a bachelor (or, as one friend suggested, a “biatchelor”), but there are times – February stands out – when romantic love gets blown all out of proportion and even I feel the need to share with someone. Read more.
Maybe it was another lover responsible for our separation, or maybe it was my personal failings. She gave me both these explanations and then she gave me more, until I realized that there was nothing left for either of us to say. Read more.
Peruana fùtbolistas often face resistance from family, but the sport has proved to be an extremely effective tool for empowering communities. Read more.
“Hey, do you want to move to Mexico and be a writer?” It wasn’t a prank. It was a job offer. Read more.
There are two ways to look at LGBT travel: it’s travel tailored to an LGBT audience; or, it’s simply the act of travelling while LGBT. I’ve written from both perspectives. Read more.
Muskoka is the idyllic setting in which that iconic outdoor lounger was imagined… but what’s there to do in the winter? Read more.
Mexico City is a superb place for LGBT visitors, but accurate information is difficult to find from outside the country. Working in partnership with Mexico City Tourism, I have been placing content in international media. Read more.
Cleveland and Akron gave a Midwestern welcome to LGBT athletes and allies from around the world. Read more.
Located hours north of the US-Canada border, Edmonton and Jasper are way out of the way… and that’s a good thing. Read more.