Would the modern world exist without the internet? Probably not. If something happens that affects the LGBTQ community and it doesn’t get posted to the gay web, did it really happen?
The web seems to control nearly every aspect of our lives: how we get around, how we get laid, how we interact with friends, family and strangers alike. It's one of the most powerful resources mankind has ever harnessed.
The LGBTQ community is no stranger to the wild, wonderful worldwide web. For us in particular, the gay web and app culture has made it easier for us to find and connect with other members of our community.
Here is where we compile the latest and greatest (and cringe-worthy worst) of the gay web, from which gay celebrities are feuding over Twitter to the latest social media platform snatching the attention of the LGBTQ community. What are gay guys up in arms about over on Reddit today? Here you'll find all that and more.
It’s the end of an era. On May 4, 2021, Yahoo Answers will shut down. Starting April 20, 2021, the website will be on read-only mode, which means they will no longer be accepting new submissions. Some (read: many) have likened this devastating news to the burning of the library[…]
Everyone loves subreddit “Am I The Asshole!” The answer is usually very clear cut; and, chances are, if you have to ask, then … yes. Yes, you are. These types of threads also tend to be a good reminder that there are some real weirdos out there, living among us.[…]
(Warning: gross, transphobic/homophobic language and Nazi imagery ahead.) Another week, another opportunity for transphobia to rear its ugly-ass head. Folks are coming up with new ways to be transphobic as if the safe cocoon of their heteronormativity depends on it, and “super straight” — a so-called new sexual orientation —[…]