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Pink Traveler: Where The Gays Are This Summer

Pull out that quart-size Ziplock bag. It’s time to pack your various three-ounce bottles of liquid and hit the road. Or sky. Or sea. Summer officially kicked off just three weeks ago, which means many of us will be traveling to the far corners of the globe in search of…

Well, Let Me Say This About That
An American In Paris

Ever since the horrific attacks in Paris, I have seen so many Facebook posts showing concern for the French, in general, and Parisians, in particular, and felt rather flummoxed about how I should show my own support. I don’t look good in multi-colored vertical stripes, so that Facebook app thing…

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The 701 Club: Paris, Texas & The World

It has been a week of trials and tribulations. Let us join our hearts as one over these words of comfort and caution from my ministry. Paris: I have been in prayer so long this weekend about Paris, my knees are FLAT! I fear that attacks like these are biblical…

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Pink Traveler: Paris Is Yearning

Odds are, a good percentage of our readers will be traveling to Paris for the holidays or in the coming year. Because, like New York, there’s a mystical pull from the City of Light that latches ahold of gays and doesn’t let go until we’re standing beneath the Eiffel Tower…