“LGBTQIA+ folks around the world do not take the privilege of gay marriage for granted. In fact, still to this day, only 29 countries on our planet legally recognize same-sex marriage. This sobering statistic serves as a reminder of how truly lucky some of us are.
As many queer travelers like myself can attest, one of the worst feelings in the world is to be on your post-nuptial high and then not feel so welcome in your chosen travel or honeymoon destination. This has long kept many LGBTQIA+ folks returning to the super-inclusive and now somewhat-common places for us to visit. There’s always Palm Springs, Provincetown, and Fire Island in the states, as well as destinations further afar like Mykonos, Sydney, Rio, and Puerto Vallarta…”

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