Welcome to Gay Travel Today! I’m Teraj and I’ll be your guide as we explore, engage and indulge in the world of LGBTQ+ travel today.

What if you could pick up a map and find some of the best LGBTQ+ hubs no matter where you are in the U.S.? Thanks to the launch of Mapping the Gay Guides project, queer history and travel are now more accessible than ever! The online map is based on records from a queer address book from the 60s. Bob Damron kept a discreet list of queer-friendly bars, businesses, restaurants, theaters, churches, hotels, bath houses and even cruising spots throughout the years. The guides are being used to help queer people find safer communtiies and environments while traveling and also allow users to walk through LGBTQ+ history. Each of the areas is also assigned certain designations depending on the crowd types too ,varying from (L) for “ladies frequent” to (OC) for “older crowd”. Check out the map by searching “Mapping the Gay Guides” in your browser, and let us know if you’ve been to some of these places by using the #GayTravelToday and #Sagitravel hashtags.

Also follow me on Instagram @teraj08 and also follow the provider of this awesome content @sagitravelfriendly and remember to use the Gay Travel Skill to book your next destination and also get those much needed up-to-the-date travel advisories. All you have to do is enable Gay Travel Skill on your favorite voice assistant and simply say “open gay travel.” I’ll catch you tomorrow, so bon voyage wherever you are!