2009 Subaru Forester
A lesbian icon from day one, the Subaru Forester gets the kind of makeover that doesn’t get in the way of its virtues, says Gaywheels.com’s Marty Padgett. If a car can be shorthand for the lesbian community, that car is…
Detroit Auto Show: Top Ten Moments
January is that time of year when the intrepid reporters of Gaywheels.com brave Detroit’s bitter cold to bring you the best new vehicles from the North American International Auto Show. Listed below, in no particular order, are the best new production vehicles from the gay-friendly manufacturers for 2008:
A Car for Every Gay Stage
The automobile industry spends millions of dollars researching the average consumer’s needs during various life stages. Depending on our age and position in life, our cars say a lot about us, our desires and the image we wish to project. Of course, we of the homosexual persuasion have a slightly different set of needs and paths than our straight counterparts.
Eight Family-Friendly Haulers
With more lesbian and gay couples raising families, the community’s car-buying habits have altered radically. The safety-conscious kid hauler is quickly replacing the flashy sports car. Below is a small sampling of some family-friendly vehicles assembled by the good folks at Gaywheels.com. Each carries at least six-passengers, is priced within reach of most middle-class households and is built by a gay-friendly company (gay-friendly status is determined by whether or not a company offers domestic partner benefits to both its corporate and factory employees here in the United States).
2008 Subaru Tribeca
A More Benign Tribeca We had the divine pleasure of speaking with over very own Ms. Cocoa Efficient about the new and improved 2008 Subaru Tribeca. Gaywheels.com: Ms. Cocoa Efficient…welcome. Are you ready for your debut? Cocoa Efficient: I was…
2007 Subaru Legacy 2.5 GT Sedan
A Subie for Him (and Her!) by Joe LaMuraglia In the almost two years that we’ve been working on Gaywheels.com, we have had to explain our mission more times than we can count. That in itself is no surprise. As…