‘Bright Colors and Bold Patterns’ will return Off Broadway in 2017 for an exclusive eight week limited engagement at SoHo Playhouse.
Jim Carrey stopped to chat with ‘E! News’ on the red carpet at some NYFW event and the final result is bizarre but also incredible
Matt Grote, a gay comedian in New York City, decided to play the role of “Instagram Hunk” on the social media platform. Here’s what he learned
We compiled ten reasons why we’re pumped for RuPaul’s DragCon NYC taking place at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City September 9 and 10.
Daniel Nardicio’s Fire Island Underwear Party was packed with hot men Friday night, and Hornet was there as a special sponsor for the evening
The artist is best known for his polaroids but Bianchi is still documenting queer life in Fire Island, opting for more modern tools like an iPhone and Instagram.
Anonymous jokesters left gag items at the Trump Tower gift shop, including a TV remote ‘preset to CNN and Fox News’ and KKK robes
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.
Preparing for a comeback, rapper Azealia Banks made her first ever television appearance this morning on ‘Good Day New York’
Complex open relationships are explored in S. Asher Gelman’s new play, extended through Sept. 15 at New York’s The Loft at The Davenport Theatre
iPhone users on New York’s subway system have discovered the the AirDrop feature has allowed others to start sending them anonymous penis pics
Paul Alexander’s new musical ‘Trinkets’ tells the story of four drag and transgender sex workers in the mid-90s working in New York’s Meatpacking District
The new New York City stand-up show by comedian Dave Chappelle has transphobia, 20 minutes of it, in fact — here’s what he’s saying
There’s a 2018 butt calendar that’s raising money to help LGBTQ people escape Chechnya, but the modeling agency and producer behind it are somewhat odd
For two months, David McDermott and Peter McGough will transform a Manhattan chapel into The Oscar Wilde Temple to honor his struggles against queerphobia
In this new Justin Sayre interview, the podcaster and live show creator talks about finding his own niche in the gay scene of New York City
The Julius sip-in was one of the earliest queer protests in New York City, and it led to one of the very first court victories for the LGBTQ community
New York City’s Human Rights Commission has filed a complaint against a Salvation Army substance abuse center for discriminating against transgender people
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
Is Pharma-Bro Martin Shkreli gay? During his trial, news came out that he tried pandering to an out investor by pretending to be gay and saying weird stuff.
I was finally ready to give him a chance, but when he lied to me about his relationship I decided it was time to block him on the all the apps.
Hornet’s gay New York City page is a great place to find out what current topics are trending in the LGBT New York community.
From gay nightlife listings to party pics, the gay social networking app Hornet has all the information you need whether you’re a local gay New Yorker or a visitor to the Big Apple.
Brandon Voss, Ladyfag, Brian Rafferty, Vincent Cooper and Daniel Nardicio are some of our favorite promoters who keep gay New York City nightlife alive and well.
There are also lots of great gay bars in New York City, especially in the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood. These watering holes include Boxers NYC, Therapy, Industry Bar, Rise and Flaming Saddles.
In Chelsea, you’ll be able to imbibe at Barracuda Bar, The Eagle, Gym Sportsbar and REBAR.
Or you can head downtown to the Village where you’ll find gay New York City landmarks like Julius, The Monster and, of course, the Stonewall Inn where the gay liberation movement and the modern fight for gay and lesbian rights in the United States began.
There’s also lots of important gay New York City community organizations that contribute to the well-being of the city’s LGBT community, including the Ali Forney Center, the LGBT Community Center, the Hetrick-Martin Institute Inc and the Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC).
A bunch of fabulous annual happenings take place all year long on the gay New York City calendar such as NYC Gay Pride, Black Party, RuPaul’s DragCon and NewFest, New York City’s LGBT film festival.