Siem Reap – Mysteres d’ Angkor Hotel

Siem Reap - Cambodia - is one of the major destinations in Asia thanks to their main attraction - Angkor Wat complex of temples. Siem Reap is very gay friendly place and not many hotels are classified as "gay" as gay population can be relaxed while visiting Cambodia and Siem Reap and most of hotels … Continue reading Siem Reap – Mysteres d’ Angkor Hotel

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A Queer Guide to Siem Reap Gay Bars and Hotels

If you’re looking for some queer adventure, you can have a riotous time in Siem Reap gay bars. There are a whole lot of things to do in Siem Reap. And you’re probably in this city to get your Tomb Raider on and explore the Angkor ruins. I think that’s a safe assumption to make. … Continue reading A Queer Guide to Siem Reap Gay Bars and Hotels

A Night Out at Asia’s Biggest Gay Circuit Party: gCircuit during Songkran

A three-day gay festival in Bangkok during Songkran which attracts thousands of travelers to the city for daytime pool parties and all-night techno clubbing Posted by Adam on 2 April 2018 in Bangkok, Gay Travel The entrance was totally unassuming at first. Arrived in a taxi to the hotel, I meandered my way through the … Continue reading A Night Out at Asia’s Biggest Gay Circuit Party: gCircuit during Songkran

Blog Post for Queer Newbies to Shenzhen: The Top 5 Q&A

Hello my dear lalas and boys, after a few weeks of absence, I’m back with a topic that I’m sure interests everyone. Being queer and new in Shenzhen is not easy,or anywhere else in Chinafor that matter, I’ve been living here for almost 10 years and believe me when I tell you that things are … Continue reading Blog Post for Queer Newbies to Shenzhen: The Top 5 Q&A

Visit Gay Brisbane

Over the Christmas break I had an interview with Gay Star News about living in Brisbane. The post didn’t really get much attention, so I thought I would reformat that interview into a story I can share on my blog. I’ve lived in Brisbane for 3 years now. When I first moved I was still in the … Continue reading Visit Gay Brisbane

Caribbean Pride – Travels of Adam

By Adam on Dec 11, 2017 By Adam Groffman I’ve stayed in a number of gay hotels around the world, and truth be told, they’ve all been a bit sub-par. There’s a seemingly counter-intuitive understanding in the industry that because a gay hotel or resort simply needs to be gay to attract clients, it doesn’t … Continue reading Caribbean Pride – Travels of Adam

Gay Greece – Crete

 Richard Ammon A Gay Traveller on Crete, Greece: Traveler and writer Tim Mitchel sent this first hand report from Greece’s largest Mediterranean island By Tim Mitchell Special report to GlobalGayz.com Say ‘Greece’ to most gay men and they will immediately say ‘Mykonos’, even if they haven’t been there. But of course Mykonos is not Greece any more than … Continue reading Gay Greece – Crete

Czech Republic is Liberal and Advanced for Gays

Richard Ammon A small picturesque gem in central Europe, the Czech Republic has progressed far since communism ended in 1989. Most notable is the legalization of same-sex relationships and the open attitude Czech people have toward homosexuality. Except for minor right-wing and religious protests the LGBT community is alive and well with numerous organizations, venues … Continue reading Czech Republic is Liberal and Advanced for Gays

Can We Be Gay Here: Washington, DC

Hunter and I moved to Washington, D.C. in the summer of 2016. We both wore rose-colored glasses back then, hoping to experience a greater sense of diversity and attend an inauguration for the first female president that upcoming winter. The diversity we sought still eludes us for the most part, and instead of an inauguration, … Continue reading Can We Be Gay Here: Washington, DC

Gay Taipei – Part Two

A Gay Guys Guide I suppose I am biased, but I find Taiwanese guys amongst the most handsome of all in Asia. In Part One I looked at the annual Taipei Gay Pride Parade and gave a hint about gay nightlife in the city. If you are thinking of a visit, though, and have not been to … Continue reading Gay Taipei – Part Two