The result is a heartfelt novel about coming out and discovering young love. He does this through sharing various travel guides, photography, and some of his personal experiences since he hit the road and left his daily hell. The series documents the adventures of a group of scouts — Jo, April, Mal, Molly, and Ripley— as they spend a summer together. It was the name I gave to the blog when I was dating. They inspired me in a way that made me want to do the same for you guys, which is why I decided to launch The Gay Globetrotter. Frequency about 1 post per week.
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For the past 20 years,I have collected stories of many dates and sexual encounters I have experienced. About Blog Junebug Weddings is the essential guide to planning a stylish wedding. Gay Newsletter Gay newsletter is a comprehensive summary of the day's most important blog posts and news articles from the best Gay websites on the web, and delivered to your email inbox each morning. Beautiful wedding inspiration for cool modern same sex couples. Backpack with Brock is another Canadian based travel blog that is definitely worth following. Frequency about 8 posts per week. We partner with a diverse range of organizations and supporters across the country to end the exclusion of same-sex couples from the responsibilities, protections, and commitment of marriage.
Frequency about 84 posts per week. Oh, and did we mention that Paul is a shapeshifter who can change from Paul to Polly at will. His expertise in the LGBT travel industry definitely tops this list. While I've used my blog to write on different subjects over the past four years, currently, you'll find the majority of posts about my relationship with Chris; my experience as a gay man; and self-esteem as it relates to gay people. Traveling as a member of the LGBTQ community is vastly different than traveling as a straight identifying person.