The Orbitz Top 10 LGBT Cities for Gay Pride in 2019

Orbitz, a travel booking site and the first online travel company to launch a microsite dedicated to LGBT travel, according to Travel Pulse, recently pulled data and did an online survey to determine where LGBT travelers were booking this year for Gay Pride. Provincetown sits at the top of the chart for 2019.

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The Most Popular City for Pride 2019 Isn’t New York

The big winner in Orbitz’s report? Provincetown, Massachussetts—a popular gay getaways on the southernmost tip of Cape Cod for more than 60 years. In fact, P-Town’s queer bona fides are so ingrained, it only held its first Pride celebration last year. As we near the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, the figurative birth of the modern LGBTQ rights movement, a new report from Orbitz ranks pride celebrations in key queer-friendly destinations, based on recent travel searches, flight prices and hotel inventory during their pride season.

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The Votes Are In!!!

Thank you for voting! Our 2018 Mardi Gras by the Sea Parade Award Winners are:

1) Best Large Float – Sea se Puede
2) Best Small Float – Miss Bubble Wrap 1998
3) Best Walking Entry – Mardi Gras Bride with Her Bouquet – Walking Group 4) Best Musical Entry
4) Best Musical Entry – The Dirty Water Brass Band
5) Best Self-Propelled Entry – Madonna and her Mardi Gras Birthday Cake

68 Photos of Women Taking Over Provincetown

And the winners of 2017’s “Best of GayCities” awards are…

Provincetown: Cape Cod Gay Summer Getaway

Provincetown, Massachusetts or “P-Town” is a popular summer vacation and weekend spot for gays (and straights) from New York, Montreal and, of course, Boston. Provincetown sits on the very end of Cape Cod and its isolation helped an artist’s community form here in the 1960s. With that community, gay men and women felt that they had found their own very special place on Cape Cod.

Today, P-town is much more commercial and its streets crowd with tourists. But this town still feels extremely gay during the summer months when visitors descend to enjoy the accepting community, the sun, sand and numerous bars and clubs. Its easiest to get here by the 90 minute “fast ferry” from Boston, or, if you can afford it, via a short 25-minute Cape Air flight.


Expedia awards Provincetown one of the top 15 Most Exciting LGBTQ-Friendly Places!

Expedia searched the globe for places where the right to be yourself and considered equal are important aspects of the culture, laws, social scene, and employment structures. These cities stood out for their history of activism, protection laws, LGBTQ-friendly establishments, districts, and business practices, and their ability to throw a rocking good (and open) party.
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LOGO: New Now Next – The Provincetown Film Festival returns with an EXTRA queer slate of films for 2017!

The Provincetown International Film Festival has announced its 2017 slate of narrative, documentary, and short films. The festival, which runs from June 14-18, 2017, is not on officially the LGBT film festival circuit, but with a distinct focus on queer programming and John Waters as its patron saint—and the warm, sunny, sandy, boozy, super gay, just-slightly-weird backdrop of Provincetown, Mass.—it’s a de facto queer fest.