Guide To: Preparing For A Gaycation

There are a number of necessities needed in preparation for a holiday, but beyond the usual planning is a whole other side of things when readying yourself for a gay holiday. If you are planning on going away any time soon be sure to read our guide!

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Guide To: Picking The Perfect Vacation Destinations

With summer fast approaching it is crucial to get all of your holiday planning in now so that you can vacation like a true diva and rack up a photo album worth of pics to make all your Instagram followers jealous that your fabulous life is way better than theirs.

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Gay Icon: Bette Midler

One of the foremost names that arise when the word ‘gay icon’ is mentioned, Bette Midler has built her career almost exclusively for, and by gay men. From getting her start in the gay bathhouses of New York to throwing shade at Trump via Twitter and all the musicals in between she is fabulous. She is outspoken. She is a gay icon.

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Guide To: Douching

Reading the above word probably made your stomach feel a little queazy, the truth is sex talk is old hat nowadays but the thought of discussing anal douching is still a bit taboo. The practice is a necessary part of gay life, and to get it done right we’re going to discuss it!

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Guide To: Valentines Day

Valentines Day is an actual holiday, anybody who says different is either depressingly single, boring as fuck, or in a stale-ass relationship. Like any holiday where gifts and sex are the norm, it is important to make sure you’re celebrating it properly!

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Gay Icon: Judy Garland

The original gay icon, there is no replacing Judy Garland. Her memory is so syncopated with homosexuality , that she remains a frontier in the community half a century after passing.

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Guide To: Voguing

Originating in the 60s by outcast LGBT minorities, rising in the Harlem ballroom scene in the 80s, blowing up in the 90s thanks to the aptly-titled Madonna song, and spawning its own documentary Paris Is Burning; Voguing is a style of dance created to celebrate homosexual freedom.

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