Tag: LGBT

For art lovers, Florence is Mecca.  Only Paris and Rome could even compete.  The streets are full of museums that are full of works by all the great masters.  Among many others, all of...

Milan is a polarizing city.  Some love it, some hate it.  To me, it depends on your purpose for visiting.  I try to experience the places I visit on their own terms, without projecting...

Italy has a larger-than-life image in the minds of non-Italians, perhaps especially Americans.  So I went to the country thinking that there was no way it could live up to its reputation.  Boys and...
Belgrade, Serbia - WeTwoBoys.com

Like many countries previously behind the Iron Curtain, a lot of the countries of the former Yugoslavia continue to be very conservative when it comes to sexual minorities.  The people of the region are...
Rome from the Air - WeTwoBoys.com

Since beginning my own journeys I've become aware of how many fellow travelers there are.  There are quite a few gay travel bloggers out there living the nomadic lifestyle full-time and writing all about...
Queens Club - Bucharest, Romania - WeTwoBoys.com

As I travel from country to country seeking out the gay community, sometimes I lose sight of what we mean when we use the phrase "the gay community." It's a phrase I took for granted until...

YouTube vlogger Mawaan Rizwan recently returned to his home country of Pakistan with a crew from BBC in tow to see what his life would have been like if he had stayed there.  Let's...
Lipscani - Old Town Bucharest - WeTwoBoys.com

I have a real soft spot for Romania.  People often seem baffled as to why I choose to focus so much on Romania.  Even a lot of Romanians don't understand.  Well here's why, people: It's...
Budapest - WeTwoBoys.com

Budapest is one of my favorite cities and inarguably one of the most beautiful.  It’s also a city with a very problematic political environment.  The country is currently being run by a far-right government...
Bratislava - WeTwoBoys.com

It only took a couple hours on a train to travel from Vienna to Bratislava, Slovakia, but it felt like a million miles.  During the Cold War, Slovakia was one half of communist Czechoslovakia;...