Traveling While Queer*

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This series is a collection of stories and perspectives of Traveling While Queer* written by Queer* travelers.

Queer* in this context is being used as an umbrella term for sexual and gender minorities who are not heterosexual and/or not cis-gendered. This platform recognizes that this term has been historically used in a derogatory manner and wants to emphasize that this is not the case here. We apologize in advance if this offends anyone.

The purpose of this series was to give the Queer* traveler a safe space to discuss, share, feel, and know what to expect when traveling. It is also meant to give cis readers perspective on how travel is different for someone who may be judged by their sexual orientation and identifications, and how they are received by different countries.

Traveling While Queer-Vilcabamba-Only Once Today
Traveling While Queer
Traveling While Queer and Black Wedding
(Mis)adventures Of A Gay Black Girl
Traveling While Tatooed
Traveling While Asian, Queer, And Tattooed: Which Is Worse?
Traveling While Queer; Ryan standing next to rock formations with the city of Vilnius, Lithuania in the background
A White Man's Search For Belonging Around The World