Unicorn Booty Is Looking For Contributors!

Unicorn Booty Is Looking For Contributors!

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…And by wash my horse, we mean write for our blog. Whatever. Stop splitting hairs.

Are you a blogger extraordinaire? An infographics whiz? A talented and passionate writer? An online tastemaker? A YouTube cewebrity?

Unicorn Booty is looking for a few good men and women to join our herd of amazeballs contributors, and we’re totally rooting for you! You don’t have to be gay to apply, but loving homos is a must.

We hate to brag, but UB is the most-followed gay blog in the Uni-verse. (See what we did there? A blogger is only as good as her last pun.) Tens of thousands of beautiful people like you flock to our website every single day for all the gay treasures of the day. Our Facebook page alone (Shout out to our almost 60,000 followers!) is read by over 200,000 people EVERY DAY. We’re innovators in the gay interwebs, and we love what we do!

We’re seeking driven, talented, movers and shakers for regular contributions to Unicornbooty.com. Prospective candidates MUST have a body of work to point to (Yes, your brilliant personal blog totally counts), be active on social media, know the difference between RSS and Reddit, know how to pull gems from the never ending septic tank overflow that is the daily internet news feed, and have a mastery of the English language. Our audience needs to be able to read your work after all.

The pay is crap (RE: Pay???), but that’s not why we do what we do. We do it because we love it, because we’re quite good at it, and because it makes our horns light up when Katy Perry calls us sexy, Tracy Morgan personally apologizes to us, or Philadelphia Weekly calls us their favorite website. This could be your shot at the biggest audience your work has ever been put before, and we have to admit that having 60,000 people share one of your articles on Facebook in a single day feels damn good.

If you think you’ve got what it takes to join the team, drop us a line at booty@unicornbooty.com/. Include your resume, links to your work  and your social handles (Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, Flickr, Reddit, Google+, we could go on…), and we’ll be in touch.

You can do it!

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