Moscow tops the ‘world’s most unfriendliest cities’ list

rsz_red-square-moscowAround 200,000 people participated in poll, carried out by Travel and Leisure. Participants had 266 cities to choose from and vote for the “world’s unfriendliest city”.

After scoring lowest at the poll – Moscow, Russia’s capital has been titled as the “world’s unfriendliest city”

Travel and Leisure said: “We suspect the city’s notoriously bad traffic and general “aloofness” of the people contributed to its low ranking, as well as its culinary scene, which was also ranked dead last in this year’s poll.”

It is noticeable that six cities on this list are from US, including New York City, Las Vegas and Atlantic City. Other cities that made it up on this shameful list are Cannes in France and Beijing in China.

Interesting point of view on New York City gave one of responders, who said: “People are not exactly the kindest to strangers. New York has everything – just don’t ask a person in the street to help you find it.”

We are showing you the Top 10 world’s unfriendliest cities:

  1. Moscow, Russia
  2. Atlantic city, New Jersey
  3. St. Petersburg, Russia
  4. Marseille, France
  5. Los Angeles, California
  6. New York City, New York
  7. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  8. Baltimore, Maryland
  9. Las Vegas, Nevada
  10. Cannes, France

Worthy mentions on list of Top 5 world’s friendliest cities are:

  1. Galway, Ireland
  2. Charleston, South Carolina
  3. Dublin, Ireland
  4. Cork, Ireland
  5. Siem Reap, Cambodia

Chriss Brown bailed out from Gay Pride Event


On saturday night at The Georgia Freight Depot nightclub, huge party was hosted by Traxx Girls, a lesbian-owned company. Expecting to be about 4,000 women at the party, on Traxx’s promotional flyer Chris Brown was featured as “special surprise guest”. He was not supposed to perform on the event, just to show up and introduce artist Teyana Taylor.

LGBT community paper, the Georgia Voice, reported that Chris Brown canceled scheduled appearance at the Atlanta Black Gay Pride Weekend event. The supposed reason for it was that the party was labeled as “the biggest girl party in the country”, and also had small attendance of gay men.

Founder of Traxx Girls, Melissa Scott, told the Voice that she was texting with his team, and they told her to remove Brown’s promotional picture from website because he looked “too feminine”. Also, interesting thing about it was that he took that picture.

Still trying to figure it out how Chris Brown knew there were gay men in the audience? And why performing in front of lesbians is totally alright, but for gay men it is not possible?

Chris Brown tried to defend himself over tweeter stating that he didn’t knew about the event, his people never confirmed it, and the show wasn’t booked at all.

Study shows, zero gay men infected with HIV while on PrEP for 32 months


PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) is for people who do not have HIV but are at noticeable risk of getting infected with it. To prevent HIV infection, the should be consumed every day for maximum protection, as PrEP is much less effective if it’s not taken consistently.

Jonathan Volk, researcher, reported to the Clinical Infectious Diseases journal that: “(This) suggests the treatment may prevent new HIV infections even in a high-risk setting.”

Recent study containing more than 600 gay and bisexual men showed 100% of them remained HIV-negative after using PrEP for 32 months.

Study that was conducted at San Francisco’s Kaiser Pemanente Medical Center had men who claimed that they didn’t use condoms consistently. With an average age of participants was 37 years old, and they all claimed they had a higher number of sexual lovers than those not on PrEP.

Resulting numbers goes, 41% of subjects included in the study admitted they used condoms less once they started with PrEP, compared to the 56% who claimed their condoms usage stayed consistent.

On the other side, 30% of participants did get infected with other STI, but not with HIV for the first six months of the study. The percentage goes up to 50% after one year.

Julia Marcus, co-author, said: “Without a control group, we don’t know if these STI rates were higher than what we would have seen without PrEP”

French LGBT culture home: welcome to Le Marai


Paris, the world’s most visited city, with multicultural community, historical background, beautiful architecture and a lot of joys for living.

While French might be going in more conservative way, Paris and its community holds against the national trend.

Along side with Berlin and London, Paris is hot competitor for acquiring the title of Europe’s gayest city.

Le Marais is a multicultural place in Paris’s heart, spreading across 3rd and 4th arrondissements, is populated by large number of Chinese people. On South West of the district there is the Jewish quarter. And between Sainte-Croixe de le Bretonniere and rue des Archives, there is rising gay quarter.


Artistic and fashionable as Paris itself, the Le Marais is place for over 300 gay venues, spreading from bars and restaurants, saunas and gyms. It’s estimated that 46% of France’s gay population live in Paris, with 40% of gay-owned or gay-oriented businesses located directly in Le Marais.


Nightlife mostly starts by meeting with friend, taking a nice dinner at a restaurant, and then lose yourself in the clubs. There are clubs for everyone’s taste and preferences, ranging from small and calm bars to huge and adrenaline rushing dancefloor arenas.

Welcoming gay community and cultural background of Le Marais make it very popular. Property prices are just a little higher above average in Paris.


Inspiring photos of gay group tours

As guided vacations are proven to not fit everybody, and if you are one of these people, you might change your opinion after taking a look at this inspiring photos of gay group touring.

Today, we have a lot of LGBT gay group tour options. If you decide to join, all of the organization is done for you, on you is just to bring good mood and adventurers spirit. This is the greatest way to make new friends and unpredictable experience is what will give you sensation of adventure on travels.

Detours Travel’s Miles Mitchinson shares his photo collection that he captured in thise diverse and far destinations like Greece, Spain, Thailand and Peru.

1 Santorini, Greece The look at the one of most beautiful islands in the world.


2 Milos, Greece Best time to do yoga and have nice view on quiet island of Milos at Sarakiniko Beach


3 Santorini, Greece trip to the volcano’s crater with “Rent a private pirate ship”


4 Barcelona, Spain Barcelona’s Sagrada Familia, the most popular site in Spain


5 Machu Picchu, Peru An epic place for an epic date of LGBT history – Supreme Court’s decision on legalizing same-sex marriage all over the nation.


6 Ica, Peru One of the most driest dunes in the world


7 Guanacaste, Costa Rica Showing off gorgeous Costa Rica’s Pacific Coast beach


8 La Fortuna, Costa Rica Amazing La Fortuna waterfall


9 Alajuela, Costa Rica Rafting down the Toro River, white-water rafting day


10 Krabi, Thailand White sand beach coastline near Phuket, and Limestone cliffs


11 Koh Phi Phi, Thailand Crystal-clear water and Thailand’s cliffs


Gay rights bill obstructed by Republican Party

Gay Rights GOP - W510Republican Party (GOP) appears to be an obstruction for a civil rights bill enforced by gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people.

With a long string of victories on federal level for the LGBT community, including latest Supreme Court’s ruling legalizing gay marriage, the group wasn’t able get any public Republican’s support of its legislatives. The bill was introduced for ensuring equal rights in employment, public accommodations and housing.

Civil rights advocates says there is support, but not enough at this time.

Law and policy project director from Lambda Legal, Jennifer Pizer, said: “I believe there is Republican support now and there will be more Republican support as time goes on, until leadership allows there to be hearings and votes, those Republicans that want to be supportive have a harder time.”

There is still strong opposition by some lawmakers regarding recent major Supreme Court’s decision about same-sex marriage. Senator Mike Lee (Utah) and Representative Raul Labrador (Ind.) are putting a great effort against marriage equality when they pushed the First Amendment Defense Act, shortly after Supreme Court’s decision on same-sex marriage, to ban government from being able to punish private schools, charities and churches that take actions opposing to the new regulation.