THIS EVENT HAS ENDED #PrideTravel 🏳️‍🌈LGBTQ+ travel safety Twitter chat, Thursday, Jun 13, 2pm EST Please join!

12 06 2019
This event is over.

Thank you to all that participated. This chat about the timely and important topic of LGBTQ travel safety usually generates over 50 million impressions and reached nearly 5 million accounts.

Missed it? Read all the great Tweets here! (It’s an on-the-fly FAQ of LGBTQ travel safety!)
Please join our annual #PrideTravel safety Twitter chat this Thursday, June 13 at 2pm EST.
#PrideTravel safety Twitter chat
This is a unique opportunity to reach a vast, receptive queer audience with your messages of inclusion (as well as your LGBTQ product offering). Last year we generated 46 million impressions and reached nearly 4.6 million accounts. With World Pride around the corner, this chat promises to be the biggest and best yet.
I’m passionate about LGBTQ+ travel safety and rely on partners to raise awareness of this important issue. I’d really appreciate your participation. We published the foremost guide to LGBTQ travel safety. Download it here for free.
How to participate:
  • Use the accompanying graphic to promote the chat via your networks and platforms
  • On Thursday, June 13 at 2pm log in to Twitter and join in!
    • Be sure to include A1, A2, A3 etc in your response so we know which question you are answering.
    • ALWAYS use #PrideTravel in every tweet so participants can see your response.
  • If you’re traveling or in an incompatible time zone, please consider pre-scheduling your responses.
    • Please direct message me to receive the questions.
Please let me know if you have any questions. I look forward to “seeing” you on Twitter Thursday!




Can we hold hands here? LGBTQ travel safety today

27 03 2019
Check out my article “Can we hold hands here?” on LGBTQ travel safety in the cool new publication Strangers Guide!
Check out my article “Can we hold hands here” on LGBTQ travel safety in the cool new publication Strangers Guide!

“For just about anyone in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer (LGBTQ) community like myself, the ad may have gotten our attention, especially in the dead of winter in New York City, but the decision to visit is much more complex. Will my partner and I be welcome? Can we hold hands or even just sit together on the beach without attracting unwanted attention? Would we be subject to judgment, eye-rolling, harassment or worse?” Read more!





Please Join an Important Twitter Chat on LGBT Travel Safety, Tuesday, January 16 2pm ET

28 12 2017

Twitter chat on LGBT travel safety, Tuesday, Jan 16 2pm ET via ManAboutWorld gay travel magazineLGBT travel safety is becoming an increasingly important topic. Join ManAboutWorldHuman Rights Watchthe U.S. State Department-TravelGovOutRight Action International and many other organizations for an important chat about LGBT travel safety, Tuesday, January 16 at 2 pm EST. Just follow #LGBTtravel on Twitter.com.

We want you to travel safely all year round. Let your rainbow flag fly and come back safe! Please follow along with us during this important LGBT travel safety chat. Ask questions. Answer questions. Just be sure to join in the conversation. Look at some of the amazing participants we have including: The U.S. State DepartmentCenters for Disease ControlHuman Rights WatchOutRight Action InternationalNYC & CompanyTravel GuardIGLTA; and many more!

See you on Tuesday, January 16 at 2 pm ET!

MORE LGBT TRAVEL SAFETY AND OTHER TOPICS AT MANABOUTWORLD  

Download ManAboutWorld, our free digital/mobile-only gay travel magazine app covering destinations, themes and events around the globe including a FREE Guide to Ft. Lauderdale. Find the ManAboutWorldApp on the iTunes App Store or Google Play. We support iPads, Android tablets, iPhones and Android phones. There are a few other free publications in the app. Register here for a FREE three-month subscription.





Join ManAboutWorld’s LGBT Travel Safety Twitter Chat, Tuesday, Dec 6 at 1pm ET, #LGBTTravel

28 11 2016
Join our LGBT Travel Safety Twitter Chat, Tuesday, Dec 6 at 1pm ET, #LGBTTravel

Photo: Out Adventures

 

LGBT travel safety is among the most important concerns of this large and growing travel segment. Gay travelers tend to travel more than their heterosexual counterparts and travel throughout the entire world, even in the 76+ countries where homosexuality is criminalized. Lesbian travelers are also often concerned about travel safety much like their heterosexual counterparts. Transgender travelers often have concerns that their gender expression may not align with their travel documentation which may cause issues among officials at customs and immigrations.

LGBT people proudly travel the globe but how should we navigate anti-LGBT sentiment at home or around the world? Join experts and fellow travelers for a lively, timely and important discussion about LGBT travel safety, with ManAboutWorld, U.S. Department of State – Bureau of Consular Affairs, the CDC and more!

Follow #LGBTtravel, Tuesday, December 6 1pm ET (12pm CT; 10am PT)

MORE ABOUT MANABOUTWORLD  

ManAboutWorld is a digital/mobile-only gay travel magazine covering destinations, themes and events around the globe. Find the ManAboutWorldApp on the iTunes App Store or Google Play. We support iPads, Android tablets, iPhones and Android phones. There are a few free publications in all of the apps. Register here for a FREE three-month subscription.

Photo courtesy Out Adventures.





Twitter Chat Tuesday, June 7 3-4pm. Follow #PrideGuide

6 06 2016
Travel safetyTune in to #prideguide on Twitter tomorrow June 7th, for a very important Twitter chat! LGBTI Travel Twitter Chat sponsored by U.S. Department of State (@TravelGov) and us (@MAWtravel)
Follow ‪#‎prideguide‬!

When? Tomorrow – Tuesday, June 7; 3pm – 4pm ET; 12 noon-1pm PT
Goals: This Twitter chat focuses on safe LGBTI travel overseas. The idea is to connect with gay U.S. citizen travelers and Travel safetyanswer any questions they have about safety, logistics, or other issues while traveling abroad and to introduce them to the resources available at Travel.gov (and elsewhere) for LGBTI travelers and all travelers.

It’s an opportunity for all organizations who are concerned about LGBTI travel safety to participate in this important discussion.







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