The progressive and LGBTQ+-friendly travel destination is opening to American travelers, and LGBTQ+ tourists still have time to book trips for the August events.
There’s a reason why the city is known as the LGBTQ+ capital of the South.
The beauty of this desert is in the details.
The space is set to open this year.
“We are making history today, realizing a long-held dream to provide a safe place for older LGBT+ people to live well, in a community where they can be themselves and enjoy their later life,”