The preliminary agenda has been posted on the conference website. Lots of fantastic and fascinating new content for 2017!
According to study, most come for the scenery, not to meet other LGBT people
Maui is the second-most visited island for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender travelers from the United States, but it is top amongst Canadians and third amongst Australians, according to a study released by the Hawai’i Tourism Authority in March.
Over the past five years, Oahu was the most visited island at 49 percent of U.S. participants, followed by Maui at 42 percent, Hawaii island at 37 percent and Kauai at 26 percent. Not as many had been to Lanai (3 percent) or Molokai (2 percent).
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Las Vegas remains one of the nation’s leading destinations for gay tourists and Nevada’s distinction as a “blue state” could play in its favor after a report indicated some LGBT travelers fear for their safety in red states.
Please take a few minutes to complete CMI’s 21st Annual LGBT Travel Survey, in partnership with the International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association (IGLTA). This is by far the longest-running study in the LGBT community, and it has opened doors — and minds — around the world. Together with you, we have created change that benefits our entire community.