By Meredith Heil
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From a website that is interactive tracks worldwide LGBTQ-related laws and regulations up to a travel-oriented application that facilitates meetups abroad, they are the trip-planning tools that LGBTQ travelers ought to know about.
A s a queer travel writer, IвЂ™m constantly thinking about LGBTQ culture and tourism on a scope that is international. IвЂ™ve learned that itвЂ™s safe to hold hands while walking the streets of an unfamiliar city, the LGBTQ communityвЂ™s travel planning needs arenвЂ™t always met by picking up a one-size-fits-all guidebook whether itвЂ™s tracking down the best gay bars in Berlin or making sure.