Surviving Homophobia in Your Home

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We’ve been where you are right now. We’ve survived the pain and trauma that comes along with existing in a homophobic space (including biphobic and transphobic). You are not alone and it does get better. Hearing Homophobic Terms I remember watching an episode of Judge Judy that showed a black lesbian couple. Not sure what […]

Traveling While LGBTQ+

If you’ve ever had questions about international travel this is the place for you. There are many spectacular things to see and experience around the world, but where do you start? Sometimes you might need help making your destination list. You might need help with knowing if it’s safe to travel somewhere. We have recommendations […]

Black Queer Travel Guide

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You’ve been on lockdown for more than a year and that meant little to NO TRAVELING! It’s been an extremely rough year for you but you made the best of it. We’re so proud of you! You had to adjust to this “new normal” way of living. Now, vaccines have rolled out and it appears […]

Natural Bridge State Park – Virginia

NATURAL BRIDGE IS STUNNING! I have been obsessed with Natural Bridge State park since I was a kid. It is a State Park in Rockbridge County, Virginia and it’s pretty spectacular. Natural Bridge is a 215 foot tall, naturally occurring arch made out of limestone gorge carved out by Cedar Creek *mouth drops*! WOW! Natural […]

Quirk Hotel Review: BlackQueer Experience

Richmond, VA is home to some of the country’s most historic and beautiful places. The Quirk Hotel is one of them. Located in the heart of Downtown Richmond on West Broad Street, it is walking distance from the Jackson Ward area that was once the Black Wall Street. The Quirk Hotel is now a stunning […]