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How TSA treats transgender travelers

Right-wing radio and media are having a fit about "special considerations" being afforded transgender travelers by the federal Transportation Security Administration. It's really much ado about nothing.

West Hollywood: The perfect SoCal "staycation"

Can’t afford that first class seat to Paris? Can’t get the week off you need to really explore New York City? Well, we suggest you do what hundreds of thousands of people from around the world do every year. Visit West Hollywood!

City of contrasts: Berlin

Berlin is a phoenix reinventing itself. Decades of war and oppression are being replaced by trendy boutiques, sidewalk cafes, retail-shopping areas, and renovated historical monuments and museums.

TRAVEL: Summer in Seattle

The city’s many visitors are often drawn to Seattle’s LGBT hub, Capitol Hill.

Being gay in Costa Rica

A gay gringo who has moved down to Costa Rica has these thoughts about being gay in the country, “don’t ask, don’t tell, and don’t act.”

Make travel plans now for Gay Wine Weekend 2013

Gay Wine Weekend includes three full days of LGBT events in Northern California's magnificent Sonoma Valley, home to some of the world's most prestigious wines and wineries.

Cunard's Queen Elizabeth to make royal visit to Queen Mary in Long Beach

The world famous former Cunard liner R.M.S. Queen Mary, once the undisputed Grand Dame of the North Atlantic and perhaps the most loved ocean liner of the 20th century, will be visited by the youngest Cunarder Queen Elizabeth on the evening of March 12 in Long Beach Harbor.

Mexico City offers dynamic fun for LGBT travelers

Most visitors who spend a few days or more here come away surprised, if even perplexed, by the lousy and unfair press Mexico City has received over the years. Whatever the city’s risks and inconveniences, they’re greatly outweighed by its bohemian sophistication, creative energy and friendly demeanor.