On this edition, we look at the origination of Mother’s Day as we know it, the development of a new, alternative Puerto Vallarta gay pride celebration, and our usual choice of headlines for the local English-speaking community!
If the gay beach is not your scene, or you are looking for a change of beach pace, consider heading south for the day, or overnight!
41 homosexual men were busted by the police (illegally) in Mexico City on November 18, 1901. Their story is coming to the big screen.
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock today, you’ve probably learned that the Sheraton Buganvilias (the name of Puerto Vallarta’s Sheraton) refused a gay couple the opportunity to celebrate their wedding on their premises, suggesting other local properties that are part of the Marriott International Inc. brand (the Westin and the Marriott in Marina Vallarta)….
On making his directorial debut at The Boutique Community Theatre.
Meet a sex toy and erotic jewelry designer from Guadalajara, living in Puerto Vallarta.
Fully committed to making those around them glow with happiness and good vibes.
Or how the number 41 became an LGBT civil rights symbol in Mexico.
A new dance club and bar with a flashback to the 70s feeling.
Traditional Mexican meets modern style loft lodging.
Much more than just a sauna.
A perfect evening for friendship and romance.