A Night at Ho Chi Minh’s Famous Bui Vien Backpacker Street

Bui Vien backpacker street is probably one of the most overwhelming parts of Ho Chi Minh City.  That’s not surprising considering it’s a backpacker street. But even so, spending a night at Bui Vien backpacker street proved to be more overwhelming than I’d expected. It was in equal parts amusing, thrilling, shocking, and sometimes infuriating. … Continue reading A Night at Ho Chi Minh’s Famous Bui Vien Backpacker Street

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Highlights from NYC Pride 2018

My first time at NYC Pride and it was a whirlwind of activity with LGBTQ pride events for a full week, and plenty of parties, concerts, and new friends Posted by Adam on 6 July 2018 in Gay Travel, New York City I’ve been to a lot of gay and LGBTQ pride festivals around the … Continue reading Highlights from NYC Pride 2018

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

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

Taipei “Asia’s Hidden Secret” – Part 1

Mention gay Asia and what image immediately comes to mind? Bangkok’s go-go bars? Pattaya’s multitude of host bars? The beautiful guys you see just cruising along Singapore’s Orchard Road, Manila’s Roxas Boulevard and Kuala Lumpur’s Bukit Bintang? Off the radar – at least until relatively recently – has been Taipei. Yet Taiwan’s capital city has … Continue reading Taipei “Asia’s Hidden Secret” – Part 1

Gay Montevideo guide

Montevideo is frequently rated as one of the most gay friendly cities in the world, particularly by the likes of Lonely Planet and Skyscanner. And now by the Nomadic Boys…especially when this is what you see on your way into the country: Uruguay itself is an extremely gay friendly country, not only across Latin America, but in … Continue reading Gay Montevideo guide