10 LGBT misterb&b hosts explain why you should stay with them on holiday
From making new friends to offering a safe place to stay, these 10 misterb&b hosts from all over the world explain why they love hosting and why you should stay with them…
“Opening your home to people is reassuring; I guess you can tell that just by seeing the pictures of our place – people sense that, so they’re in a sharing mood, too.
“Hosting brings out kindness, and I guess this is one of the greatest goals you can achieve through misterb&b.”
“It’s not about the extra pillow, or any other request – it’s the fact you care. Guests need to know you’re there for them.
“If you didn’t care to begin with, you shouldn’t be hosting.”
“Because I work in LGBT rights, I often ask guests about the local politics that affect their lives and communities at home.
““I’ve learned a lot from these chats, some of which have even helped my work and advocacy. I’ve learned how much I love opening my home to strangers!
“The friendships we’ve made through misterb&b will last a lifetime.”
“I had the chance to meet people of different ages and cultures.
“Everyone can be interesting because everyone brings a piece of the world into your home.”
“Our bookings on misterb&b have skyrocketed after the Pulse attacks in Orlando, and the other day I was wondering ‘why?’ to myself.
“It occurred to me that perhaps now more than ever – with all the uncertainty and fear in the political world – people are just looking for a safe place to stay.
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