Best LGBT Travel Books
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1. The Complete Guide to the Ketogenic Diet for Women After 50: Useful Tips and 90 Delectable Recipes| 30-Day Keto Meal Plan to Shed Weight, Heal Your Body, and Regain Confidence
Author: by Sandra Grant
Published at: Independently published (August 20, 2020)
Are you a woman over 50 who wants to lose weight and look great? Have you tried to lose weight in the past and are finding it harder as you get older? This book is a game-changer for women over 50! Losing weight is hard at any age, but when you get to over 50 it can seem like an impossible task that is without end.
So many diets promise success and simply do not deliver on that promise, that many women lose faith and just allow the weight to pile on. This can be a fatal error for some but there is hope for you.
This new book, The Complete Guide to Ketogenic Diet for Women Over 50, provides you with something different that has been proven to work for millions already, with chapters that include:Important tips for the keto dietThe basic principles of dietingA 30 day weight loss meal planDelicious recipes for filling breakfastsAmazing saladsStunning meals for lunch and dinnersSweets and snacksAnd moreLosing weight for women over 50 is hard but it certainly isn’t impossible and with The Complete Guide to Ketogenic Diet for Women Over 50 you have book that contains all the secrets to your success.
2. Real Queer America: LGBT Stories from Red States
Author: by Samantha Allen
Published at: Back Bay Books (June 16, 2020)
LAMBDA LITERARY AWARD FINALISTA transgender reporter’s “powerful, profoundly moving” narrative tour through the surprisingly vibrant queer communities sprouting up in red states (New York Times Book Review), offering a vision of a stronger, more humane America. Ten years ago, Samantha Allen was a suit-and-tie-wearing Mormon missionary.
Now she’s a GLAAD Award-winning journalist happily married to another woman. A lot in her life has changed, but what hasn’t changed is her deep love of Red State America, and of queer people who stay in so-called “flyover country” rather than moving to the liberal coasts.
In Real Queer America, Allen takes us on a cross-country road-trip stretching all the way from Provo, Utah to the Rio Grande Valley to the Bible Belt to the Deep South. Her motto for the trip: “Something gay every day.” Making pit stops at drag shows, political rallies, and hubs of queer life across the heartland, she introduces us to scores of extraordinary LGBT people working for change, from the first openly transgender mayor in Texas history to the manager of the only queer night club in Bloomington, Indiana, and many more.
3. Getting Bi: Voices of Bisexuals Around the World, Second Edition
Author: by Robyn Ochs
Published at: Bisexual Resource Center; Second edition (July 1, 2009)
Getting Bi collects 220 personal essays which explore bisexual identity. Topics include:Coming OutRelationshipsCommunityPoliticsand moreAuthors from 42 countries (from Colombia to China) discuss bisexuality from their own personal and cultural context. They explore how bisexuality intersects with: RaceClassEthnicityDisabilityGender IdentityNational IdentityGetting Bi remains the single broadest collection of bisexual literature.
4. COMPLEX PTSD TRAUMA and RECOVERY: Learn how Trauma Affects Self-Esteem and The Strategies for Dealing with PTSD Symptoms, Regaining Emotional Balance, and control of your Life
Author: by Elise Van der Kolk
Published at: Independently published (October 5, 2020)
Ptsd traumaIn our modern times, it’s a challenge to escape from the world. Soldiers and civilians alike are suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) struggling to survive on the street. Some opioid addicts feel as if there is no hope left.
There are survivors of school shootings, Wal-Mart shootings, and music festival shootings. Countless millions suffer at the hands of a loved one. A challenge of trauma is that it does not strike and then vanish. It lingers on for years, leeching the energy and hope of its victims with merciless precision.
This book provides a way out. It reviews the symptoms, causes, and challenges involved in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. It covers the issues of Post Incarceration Syndrome. It works through the many ways of creating new pathways including meditation, self-awareness, grounding techniques, and more.
By participating in the worksheet activities throughout this book, you will be guided to take that next step, create a path, and reach the happiness that was meant to be. In This books you will discover: How to distinguish PTSD from other related trauma-induced conditions, and what your plan of action should be in order to recover accordingly for a happier, healthier life A breakdown of the five stages of PTSD recovery, as well as what identifying clues you should look out for that signify positive development in your healing process The underestimated power of this number-one tool in your journey towards recovery, and how to incorporate it into your everyday routine to gain the most benefits (bonus: no extra spending is involved!
5. Damron Men's Travel Guide 52nd Edition (Damron Travel Guides)
Author: by Gina Gatta
Published at: Damron Guides; updated edition (January 1, 2019)
This 52st edition features 10,000+ listings covering North America, South America, Europe & SE Asia. European cities now include Paris, London, Dublin, Berlin, Amsterdam, Vienna, Rome, Prague, and Barcelona, Madrid, and Sitges, Spain. In South America: Buenos Aires, Argentina; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; and Santiago, Chile.
In SE Asia: Bangkok and Tokyo, and Sydney, Australia. Features – Quick facts – hotels – B&Bs, bars, nightclubs, bookstores, cafes, restaurants, gyms, men’s clubs, saunas and much more – Every listing verified annually, many within weeks of publication!
The International Calendar of Events features Circuit Parties, Gay Pride Celebrations, Gay Film Festivals, leather, fetish & bear events. Gay cruises, tours & vacations, including luxury tours, outdoor adventures, retreats & conferences
6. Gentleman Jack: A biography of Anne Lister, Regency Landowner, Seducer and Secret Diarist
Author: by Angela Steidele
Published at: Serpent's Tail; Main edition (January 7, 2020)
The extraordinary life of history’s first modern lesbian who inspired the television series Gentleman JackAnne Lister’s journals were so shocking that the first person to crack their secret code hid them behind a fake panel in his ancestral home. Anne Lister was a Regency landowner, an intrepid world traveller …
And an unabashed lover of other women. In this bold new biography, prizewinning author Angela Steidele uses the diaries to create a portrait of Anne Lister as we’ve never seen her before: a woman in some ways very much of her time and in others far ahead of it.
Anne Lister recorded everything from the most intimate details of her numerous liaisons through to her plans to make her fortune by exploiting the coal seams under her family estate in Halifax and her reaction to the Peterloo massacre. She conducted a love life of labyrinthine complexity, all while searching for a girlfriend who could provide her with both financial security and true love.
Anne Lister’s rich and unconventional life is now the subject of the major BBC TV drama series Gentleman Jack.
7. Lgbt Milwaukee
Author: by Michail Takach
Published at: Arcadia Publishing Library Editions (August 22, 2016)
Over the past 75 years, gays and lesbians have experienced tremendous social change in America. Gay and lesbian culture, once considered a twilight world that could not be spoken of in daylight, has become today s rainbow families, marriage equality victories, and record-breaking pride celebrations.
For a medium-size Rust Belt city with German Protestant roots, Milwaukee was an unlikely place for gay and lesbian culture to bloom before the Stonewall Riots. However, Milwaukee eventually had as many if not more known LGBT+ gathering places as Minneapolis or Chicago, ranging from the back rooms of the 1960s to the video bars of the 1980s to the guerrilla gay bars of today.”
8. East of Croydon: Blunderings through India and South East Asia
Author: by Sue Perkins
Published at: Penguin (May 2, 2019)
Follow Sue Perkins’ extraordinary adventures across southern Asia in this fabulously funny travelling tale. ‘Vivid, laugh-out-loud, moving’ Sunday Express’A few years ago I was asked if I’d like to make a documentary on the Mekong River, travelling from the vast delta in Vietnam to the remote and snowy peaks of Tibet.
Up until that point, the farthest East I’d been was Torremolinos, in the Costa Del Sol. Here’s the thing: I am scared of flying. I have zero practical skills. I can’t survive if I am more than a three minute walk from a supermarket.
For the last seven years I have suffered with crippling anxiety. I bolt when panicked. I cannot bear to witness humans or animals in distress. I have no ability to learn languages. I am a terrible hypochondriac. Oh, and I am no good with boats.
So I said yes.’SHORTLISTED FOR AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF THE YEAR AT THE 2018 NATIONAL BOOK AWARDS’Part memoir, part travel guide. A fab account full of wit and emotion’ Prima’An unvarnished, endearing and very funny account’ Woman & Home_Praise for Spectacles: ‘Utterly wonderful.
9. Mangos and Mistletoe: A Foodie Holiday Novella
Author: by Adriana Herrera
Published at: Independently published (December 7, 2019)
Kiskeya Burgos, pastry chef on the come up, arrives in Scotland with one goal in her sight: win the Holiday Baking Challenge and finally prove to her family, her horrible old boss and most importantly herself, she has what it takes to make it in the culinary world.
Kiskeya left Dominican Republic with a lot to prove and now that she has her chance she will do what it takes to win the opportunity of a lifetime. If she can keep her eyes on the prize and off her infuriating teammate’s perfect lips.
Sully Morales, home cooking hustler and self-proclaimed baking brujita is in Scotland to reconnect with herself after a few years of having her life was consumed by her mother’s illness. But now that the family’s back on track it’s time for Sully to get back to her greatest love, baking.
She’s got it in her to win this contest. But when she finally convinces her grumpy AF baking partner that they make a great team at baking and at kissing, an unexpected betrayal may end their chance to win culinary competition glory.
10. Ariel: Jan Morris, A Literary Life
Author: by Derek Johns
Published at: Faber & Faber; Main edition (June 12, 2018)
Jan Morris is one of the great British writers of the post-war era. Soldier, journalist, writer about places (rather than travel writer’), elegist of the British Empire, novelist, she has fashioned a distinctive prose style that is elegant, fastidious, supple, and sometimes gloriously gaudy.
For many readers she is best known for her candid memoir Conundrum, which described the gender reassignment operation she underwent in 1972. But as Ariel demonstrates, this is just one of the many remarkable facts about her life. As James Morris she was the journalist who brought back the story of the conquest of Everest in 1953 and who discovered incontrovertible evidence of British involvement in the Suez Crisis of 1956.
She has been described by Rebecca West as the finest prose stylist of her time, and her essays span the entire urban world. Her many books include a classic on Venice, a 1,600 page history of the British Empire, and a homage to what is perhaps her favourite city, Trieste.
11. STOP OVERTHINKING: REBALANCE YOURSELF. A DETAILED GUIDE ON HOW TO BREAK NEGATIVE HABITS AND MASTER YOUR EMOTIONS. STOP WORRYING CYCLES, INCREASE YOUR CONFIDENCE AND LEARN HOW TO DECLUTTER YOUR MIND.
Author: by Lisa MacAllen PhD
Published at: Independently published (September 30, 2020)
Do you frequently Overthink, feeling tired all the time and ending your day Exhausted? If yes, this is the book you are looking for! Every day is an opportunity for you to start fresh and make changes in your life.
But sometimes, overthinking hinders our ways to happiness. Moreover, thinking about something in endless circles is exhausting. This book addresses where overthinking comes from and why it occurs while providing helpful solutions in many aspects of your life, including relationships and life purpose.
You’ll learn how to break the practice of overthinking and overdoing by understanding the busy bee paradox. The thoughts can be powerful and real, but these may affect how we perceive the outside world. Most of our beliefs are under our subconscious mind’s control; however, there are ways you can examine some of your thoughts.
Authors Lisa MacAllen & Bob Lipton share backgrounds in human behavior science and together are a powerful team to provide you with a balanced perspective to stop worrying. Their successful professional experience has helped many people overcome repetitive thought patterns, which also led them to write their first book, Overthinking, Get Clarity’. Through Stop Overthinking Rebalance Yourself, you will find a selection of ideas and tools that can help you reorganize your mind, overcome all the negative voices in your head, reduce stress, and have more peace of mind.
12. Naked Magazine's Worldwide Guide to Naked Places – 8th Edition
Author: by Robert Steele
Published at: Nazca Plains Corporation The (January 16, 2012)
Yep!You’ve found it! The authority on Gay, naked travel Worldwide! Worldwide Guide to Naked Places is proud to bring you the very latest edition of the most complete guide to gay naked travel in the world. We’ve worked hard to make this the most complete, up to date and current guide to places known to have a gay naked following.
The one thing that makes this guide so special is that is specifically geared to the gay naked traveler, namely you!Show More Show Less
Author: by Fiona Zedde
Published at: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 2nd edition (September 16, 2016)
A WOMAN WHO HAS NEVER BEEN TRULY SATISFIEDBliss Sinclair’s life of dull routine and unhappiness makes her imagination the only place she can find fulfillment. Until she meets Regina, a provocative writer who pulls her out of her head and into a sensuously real world alive with flavors and sensations beyond any she’d ever imagined.
This real world is exciting and rich with irresistible pleasures, but Sinclair quickly learns these pleasures are not what they seem. She discovers that lust can simply be another illusion, and passion without love can poison just as easily as it redeems.
To cleanse herself of Regina’s poison, she escapes to Jamaica, the place where she was born, in hopes that the sun and ocean breezes will heal both old and new wounds. But among the brilliant flowers and crystal waters of the island, Sinclair finds ghosts from her past as well as strangers who challenge her very understanding of life and love.
From hidden grottos bubbling with desire to dangerous streets where violence is just a breath away, Sinclair must fight for the love she deserves, fight for herself, and for the life of satisfaction that was meant to be hers all along.
14. Damron Women's Traveller: 26th Edition (Damron Guides)
Author: by Gina Gatta
Published at: Damron Guides; 26th edition (July 1, 2016)
This 26th Edition offers the most up-to-date and complete travel guide made by and for lesbians. Get the inside scoop on local lesbian hotspots from our unique city overviews, some written by our readers! 10,000+ listings cover the world notes women-run businesses, vegetarian menus, wheelchair access, multiracial clientele all information verified annually International Calendar of Women’s Festivals & Events Camping & RV Spots lesbian-oriented tours, vacations, cruises & adventures Info-packed City Overviews give the inside scoop on local lesbian hangouts & nightlife in major cities for a diverse array of women travellers, including women of color, trans women, younger women, older women, disabled women, vegetarians, pagans, kinky women & more