Wedding bells for Colombia
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Colombia’s Constitutional Court has ruled that lawmakers must extend marriage rights to same-sex couples within two years. More
IGLTA reception at IFTM, Paris
You’re invited to IGLTA’s premiere Member Networking Reception during IFTM Top Résa on Thursday, 22 September, at 19:00 CEST (GMT +1). Free for IGLTA members and their guests, attendees will be entered to win surprise packages! The reception will be held at the Abba Montparnasse Hotel, 20 bis rue de la Gaité (Metro: Edgard Quinet – line 6 or Gaité – line 13). Sponsored by Abba Hotels and La Vallée Village. Please RSVP by clicking here.
Enter to win a women’s only holiday
IGLTA has united with Media Partner Curve magazine to collect data on the rarely tracked lesbian travel market. Please share this link with colleagues; one lucky survey participant will win a hotel stay in Miami Beach from IGLTA member The Angler’s Boutique Resort: Click here to win. Survey ends Oct. 28!
Check out our upcoming brochure distribution and booth share opportunities open only to IGLTA members at www.IGLTA.org/events.
5 great gay-friendly budget travel destinations
Get more bang for your buck: These five cities offer all of the fun and luxury of more expensive spots. More
Business travel bounces back
Worldwide business travel spending is expected to grow 9.2% this year, according to a new survey. This follows a rise of 8.4% in 2010 and a fall of 7.8% in 2009. More
Fall preview: Top 5 most-anticipated gay cruises, tours
What’s better than an exotic tour or luxurious cruise? These five are for LGBT travelers! More
Indonesian lesbian couple forcibly separated
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In the Indonesian province of Aceh, authorities have forced a lesbian couple to have their marriage annulled and sign a separation agreement — but their local police chief told them they really deserve beheading. More
Lengthy visa waits deter travel to US
The Wall Street Journal Share
Security measures adopted to vet foreign visitors since 9/11 have had the side effect of discouraging tourism to the U.S., curbing job growth in the hospitality industries, according to executives and Obama administration officials. More
San Francisco couple traveling the world to find ‘supergays’ making impacts
San Francisco Examiner Share
Searching for "supergays" is not easy, but a San Francisco couple is taking on the task. More
Source = International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association