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Where to Go and What to Do in 2015

This is the year you see the world.

Living The Suite Life In Palm Springs

Have we found the perfect desert hotel? Quite possibly.

New York's St. Pat's Inches Toward Inclusion

One LGBT organization was approved to march in the St. Patrick's Day parade in New York City next year as a move toward officially ending the parade's ban on LGBT groups.

Tow Truck Operator Targets LGBT Drivers During Gay Days

One company towed more than 100 cars and violated several laws, targeting LGBT drivers at Gay Days in Orlando this summer.

Luxembourg Passes Marriage Equality Law

Luxembourg is now the 19th country in the world with full marriage equality rights.

Fashionistas Shut Down Event Tied to Sultan of Brunei

Heavyweights in the fashion industry put their foot down on an event put on by the company owned by the antigay sultan of Brunei.

Brunei Phasing In Antigay Law; Will Soon Allow Death by Stoning

Steer clear of this place.

12 Packing Light Tips from a Traveling Pro

You can go anywhere with a 30-liter backpack and some elbow grease.

I Hate Cheese, But I Went To France Anyway

A dedicated cheese hater went to France to sample the fromage.

Skiing — It’s Like Downhill Ice Skating, Right?

My first time on skis? On the French Alps.

My Adrenaline Day in Queenstown, New Zealand

A day in the air, land, and sea in New Zealand's adventure-filled resort town.

Fall Travel: No Place Like Amsterdam

Hash bars and the Red Light District are great, but Amsterdam is more than that.

Fall Escapes: Antwerp's Architecture, Museums, and Cuisine Beckon

Flemish architecture and good grub fuel a visitor through the city's tiny, twisty, ancient alleys.

Fall Destinations: Zurich

The fabled Swiss city, with both banking and counter-culture, is at its most beautiful during fall and winter.

ACT UP Crashes Stoli Event

The activist group took on Stoli at a gay event in New York Tuesday.

Austin: New Bar Owners Refuse Gay Customers

Owners of a bar that was originally a gay bar have reportedly started strictly barring gay patrons from entering