Girl Splash: The Summer Event for Women: Five Days of Sun-Filled Lesbian Fun, July 18-22

Girl-SplashProvincetown, Mass. – The countdown is on for the tenth-anniversary celebration of Girl Splash, the epic summer event for women in Provincetown. From July 18-22 ProvincetownForWomen.com presents a fun-filled schedule of events featuring parties, performers, special land and sea activities, plus everything that makes Provincetown so special in summer. New for the tenth anniversary is a foodie tour, a garden party, an inn stroll, movies under the stars, and a day-long tour of Cape Cod.
    The unique offerings include Girl Splash Idol; a traditional Cape Cod Clambake on the Beach; relaxing at one of the few lesbian beaches in the country; an all-lesbian sunset Champagne Sail, Dune Tour and Sunset Beach Fire, and more.

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Bride Pride Turns Up The Heat With All-Girl Wedding And Renewal Ceremony

BridePrideProvincetown, Mass. – For the second consecutive year, women from all over the planet will converge on Provincetown to proclaim their love at Bride Pride, a group wedding and renewal ceremony scheduled to take place on July 22 during Girl Splash. Award-winning political humorist Kate Clinton will perform the ceremony.
    If there are at least 100 couples, the brides will become part of recorded history. The pro-ducers have applied to Guinness Book of World Records in an effort to capture the title for World’s Largest All-Girl Wedding.
    The event will take place on the grounds of historic Pilgrim Monument at High Pole Hill Road at 11am. Advance registration is required, visit www.rouxprovincetown.com/bride-pride. l

The Gay Mecca of Latin America: Buenos Aires

30-Jun-17 41Buenos Aires, Argentina - A vacation to Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina, is highly recommended for a quick relief to ease away the stress. Especially with the recent announcement that foreign visitors will now be refunded the VAT (value added tax) paid on hotel services using foreign debit or credit cards throughout Argentina.
    It should be no surprise that Buenos Aires, the first Latin American country to legalize same-sex marriage, is one of the most LGBT-friendly cities in the world. Strung along the Rio de la Plata, this city brimming with Latin sensuality and European sophistication has much to offer the LGBT traveler, from luxurious, welcoming hotels and restaurants where beef reigns supreme, to exciting nightlife where visitors can dance to techno or learn the sultry tango.

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Marcia McCoy, Ph.D.

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