The emergence and wide expansion of quick media applications and transnational social media and dating sites greatly changed diasporic and transnational lives. While they provide newer ways of transnational connectivity, they also offer new types of mobilities and belongings. Moreover, these technologies also begin offering new opportunities for diasporic and transnational queer bodies to cultivate communities, to make sense of their own sexualities and queerness by navigating between homelands and host cultures, and to maneuver between and among nation-states. Thus, the chapter focuses on the idea of transnational queer mobilities to describe the impact of new media technologies and digital culture on transnational and diasporic queer bodies. In order to capture transnational queer mobilities as an experience, the chapter uses the author’s personal narratives and enacts cyber autoethnography as a method.