New York City Pride weekend kicked off with this queer music festival that brought out every iteration of the rainbow coalition
While straightforward rock acts don’t get the attention they deserve, Brooklyn’s Boytoy combine music throughout the decades for their own original sound
Alt right, gay talking head Chadwick Moore has been going to Metropolitan Bar, a popular gay dive in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, for years.
Dun-Well Donuts has the number one donut in New York City, but they have a secret, and Meatball is determined to spill it
Brooklyn-drag queen Hellvetika posted a fantastic response to Sam Smith’s latest admission that he feels both male and female.
Letters with a giant swastika and Donald Trump’s campaign slogan ‘Make America Great Again’ were found in numerous locations throughout New York City
Gay social networking app Hornet sponsored Frankie Sharp’s weekly party Metrosensual at Metropolitan in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn.
Bushwig, the annual drag festival celebrating its sixth year, returned to The Knockdown Center in Queens with more than 100 artists taking the stage
The Afropunk Festival started out in 2005 as a local Brooklyn music festival; but now the event has become a global celebration in London, Paris, Atlanta and Johannesburg
Attacks against gay men are the most common type of hate crimes against a person in New York City a study released in August, 2016 says.
On July 2, the Gay Ole Opry — a queer country music group — threw “Another Country,” an anti-July 4 showcase with queer performers and musicians of color
20-year-old Manos Ikonomidis died from three stab wounds in the chest and back after a bisexual threesome in Brooklyn spiraled into a deadly attack.