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Both the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA), a nonprofit human rights group in Geneva, and the International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association (IGLTA) are excellent resources.The former has a detailed overview of sexual orientation laws around the world, and the latter has good trip-planning tools.When I started planning my first trip to Latin America in 2010, I wondered what it would be like to travel with my girlfriend in strictly Catholic countries, many of them known for their culture of machismo. Would we get the chance to connect with local lesbians or meet other lesbian travelers?I had traveled extensively around Europe and I’d been to LGBT hot spots in the US but had no idea what to expect in other parts of the world.If this is your first trip abroad, and you don’t want to travel too far from the US, I recommend Costa Rica, which is very LGBT friendly.Manuel Antonio has plenty of gay-owned hotels, and Playa Samara, my favorite beach in Costa Rica, even has a lesbian-owned B&B right on the beach.In this column, we will hear from voices in the LGBT community about their experiences on the road, safety tips, events, and overall advice for other LGBT travelers to get the most out of their time on the road!This month, Dani from Globetrottergirls gives you the ultimate Lesbian friendly travel experience.

Today, planning a lesbian trip has gotten much easier since then.

Check out your area or the place that you’d like to visit for upcoming events.

CS brings diversity so there’s a huge chance to meet someone that can catch your eye, and eventually get under your skin.

Some have surfed my couch, some I’ve hanged with at Venice Beach, some I’ve shared drinks with below Acropolis, but no, it’s not bed that got me to the position. The truth is that I had no sex with any single (or taken) guest or host. There are queer, polyamory, swingers, singles, and all kinds of groups that can help you find what you need. If someone appears abusive and offensive in any way, his profile will be shut. He didn’t want to ask if I tried Middle Eastern cuisine. For a couchsurfing beginner that was discouraging enough. I gave couple of negative references and hundreds of positive ones. When you surf someone’s couch or someone comes to your place, if there’s a click, it seems easy to switch to bed surfing.

But I’ve witnessed couples that have got there happily, can’t say ever after, but ever since, through couchsurfing. When browsing profiles of people on CS, you can get interested in someone. There’s a couple that likes to wrestle with their guests. I’ve received a mail or two with content like ‘have you tried a Lebanese cock? Still, when two people like each other, plus they are being nice, kind and serious about couchsurfing, more often than not they won’t express how they feel about each other.

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