5 Nudist Resorts that Will Blow Your Mind – Go Girlfriend

Author: , September 13th, 2019

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I have a thing for nudist resorts. I like to visit them. I like to write about them. And I know it’s going to shock you, but I’m neither a hippy or a sex addict.

Naturism can be elegant, provocative and yes, a powerful aphrodisiac. But if you’re like most people and have “thigh hopes” scaring you away, the naked truth is freeing. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and looking good naked is easier when you see we all have not-so-perfect bodies.

Switch off the iPhone (and your boss), drop the kids at Grandma’s and think textile-free for your next vaca. These 5-star resorts are nice enough to tell your parents about – if you dare!

Sea Mountain Ranch Resort And Spa, California

Ranked by the New York Times, Maxim and Spa Finder as a “must-stop destination in Southern California, Sea Mountain Resort is an intriguing pick for a spacation with your lover. It’s adults only and couple friendly – meaning naked couples are encouraged. Singles, not so much.

Full Story at Go Girlfriend

Trans Woman Asks for Refund for Transphobic Treatment on Cruise

Author: , March 23rd, 2016

Sherry Donegan

Sherry Donegan of Fresno, Calif., had never taken a cruise before when she joined 17 others last month aboard the Royal Caribbean Brilliance of the Seas for a six-day vacation. But a comment from an anti-LGBT employee aboard the ship and being relegated to the back of a ballroom certainly didn’t make a good first impression.

Donegan is transgender, and her group consisted of trans women, men, and allies. On her second night, a bartender turned her away, telling her, “We don’t serve fags here,” she told the Bay Area Reporter.

Donegan filed a complaint aboard ship and two days later was told that employee had been fired and put off the ship in Mexico. She told the Reporter she doesn’t believe Royal Caribbean, which recently scored a perfect 100 on the Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index for the second year in a row.

By Dawn Ennis – Full Story at The Advocate

Travel Tips for Women Vacationing Alone

Author: , January 8th, 2014

Lesbian TravelA recent stay at a hotel in Buffalo opened my eyes about hotel safety issues. After checking in, taking the elevator to my floor, I opened up the door to my assigned room only to find someone else’s belongings scattered across the bed. I closed the door and retreated to the front desk for another room assignment.

The person at the front desk told me there’d be been a mix-up and apologized. But her explanation left me with more questions. How could this have happened? Don’t hotels have a bullet-proof process in place to prevent this kind of thing from happening?

While I’m grateful the occupant of my first room wasn’t in residence when I entered, I began to think of what I’d do if role had been reversed. What if someone entered my room while I was in the shower – or worse, just emerging from the shower? What if I wasn’t there and the unexpected guest decided to rifle though my belongings? What if?

Authored By Julia Rosien – See the Full Story at Go Girlfriend

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