16 November 2011
Judge pulls out of “confusing” Bahamas wedding competition
The competition was open to those who could enter into a "civil partnership in the UK and in the Bahamas", but the second country does not recognise them.
9 November 2011
QC argues Christian hotel owners are “entitled to outdated beliefs”
Arguments are put forward in appeal of private hotel owners who denied "unmarried" gay couple a shared room.
8 November 2011
Travel: New York for the gay traveller (part one)
New York, New York, the city that's so good they named it twice and the one that doesn't sleep.
8 November 2011
Christian hotel owners’ appeal reaches court today
Private hoteliers hope to prove their business can legally be run in line with their religious beliefs.
3 October 2011
UK passport forms to accommodate gay parents
From December, gay parents applying for passports for their children will not have to list themselves as 'mother' and 'father'.
20 September 2011
Lesbian couple accuse Thomson of honeymoon discrimination
A lesbian couple claim that one of Britain's largest travel companies discriminated against them on their honeymoon.
19 September 2011
UK Home Office considering gender-neutral passports
The Home Office has said it is considering the possibility of not displaying gender on passports.
16 September 2011
Travel: Dazzlin’ Dallas — not your average Western Cowtown
24 August 2011
Reykjavik invites bears for annual gay-friendly weekend
Following the success of last year's event, Iceland is inviting bears back to the island for a weekend of sightseeing and parties.
15 July 2011
Travel: A Pacific paradise and the Latin New York
Why should gay travellers consider Mexico? Martin Popplewell visits Puerto Vallarta and Mexico City to find out more.
20 June 2011
Feature: The gay traveller’s guide to New York
New York, the Big Apple, the city that never sleeps, the capital of the world – we’ve all heard it.
7 April 2011
Travel: Warm welcomes and good food in India
After a 2009 court ruling decriminalising homosexuality, Sam Feller finds that India has plenty to offer gay travellers, including great food and welcoming people.
30 March 2011
Updated: Gay travel agent’s ‘misleading’ advert banned
A gay travel agent has had one of its adverts banned for using a trade logo without permission.
21 March 2011
Caribbean island St Lucia apologises for attack on gay tourists
St Lucia has apologised to three gay men who were robbed in what they say was a homophobic attack.
3 March 2011
Travel: Cape Town – South Africa’s Rainbow City
Adam Smith traveled to Cape Town and finds that rainbows everywhere, from tourism board leaflets to the floor at the airport.
20 December 2010
Prague puts gay hotspots on the map
A new initiative will see the publication distributed for free at clubs and hotels across the Czech Republic's capital city.
7 December 2010
Gay and lesbian couples first to marry mid-air
A gay couple from Germany and a lesbian couple from Poland married on an airplane yesterday between Stockholm and New York.
8 November 2010
Travel companies ‘need to do more to be gay-friendly’
Although plenty of travel companies now advertise themselves as being gay-friendly, a survey shows that many need to do more to justify the claim.
10 September 2010
MEPs call for Europe-wide recognition of gay relationships
Members of the European Parliament have called for action to ensure gay couples in marriages and civil partnerships are recognised across the continent.
8 September 2010
Travel: Going gay at the Oktoberfest
More than just the world’s biggest mug-clunking, beer-swilling and sausage gobbling festival in the world – on the first Sunday of Munich’s macho beer festival, the Oktoberfest turns a bright shade of pink when the Braurösl tent is filled to the rafters with 8,000 gay men.