Blog Editorial Gay Pride

Happy Pride Month and New Look!

It’s June the 1st, and you know what that means?!

Pride Month!

Unless if you’ve been living under a rock for all your life, you’ll know that the month of June was chosen for LGBT pride Month to commemorate the Stonewall Riots, which happened at the end of June 1969. Therefore, many pride events are held throughout June every year to recognise the impact of LGBT people around the world. This year, it’s extra special as 2019 will see in the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots:

Every year, you will be able to see ‘themes’ in every destination, every city and every country whether it is to improve LGBT rights, gain recognition, celebrate that love is love or to educate and inform people.

I’m very excited about this month as I will be attending a fair few pride events in the UK! Starting with York Pride next week so watch this space!

Meanwhile. you’re right to watch this space as after a long couple of years, I’m in the right mindset to relaunch the Handsome Travel Blogger to offer you gay travel tips the handsome way! Whether it’s destination guides, resources, the best photography landscape panoramic scenes that you can be in and even more. I hope to see this blog evolve into a gay travel guide for those in the UK and Europe.

So here’s the new branding:

I like it! Do you? It’s absolutely great to re-launch during the start of Pride month! I hope to post an article every day in Pride month to get you, my fabulous and gorgeous readers, to go on a journey with me!

In the meantime, happy Pride Month!

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