On Jan. 21, the Women’s March 2018 once again saw millions of women turn up to advocate for not just their rights but the rights of all
Seth Fornea has put in many years working hard in the gay community of New York City but he just announced he’s making a life changing move to Brazil
With two locations in New York City (Chelsea and Hell’s Kitchen) and one in Philadelphia, gay sports bar Boxers will open two new venues in NYC this year
On Sun., January 7, thousands of people took off their pants on subways in over 60 cities in more than 25 countries around the world for No Pants Subway Ride 2018.
Out gay man Corey Johnson is the first person with HIV elected speaker of the New York City Council, the city’s second most powerful elected official
We moved into a brand-new space in TriBeCa at the beginning of December, and everything at the Hornet NYC office is shiny and new
‘Paris Is Burning’ is one of the most important queer films of all time — but some people accuse filmmaker Jennie Livingston of cultural appropriation
These are stories to keep you from looking dumb at brunch, from the epic fail of the Milo book to yet another “Whackjob of the Week”
While visiting Disney World, gay comic Jay Malsky made sure he stopped by the Hall of Presidents at Magic Kingdom to visit the Trump robot
This move towards mainstream proved that drag has become bigger and better than ever, so we look back on 2017 and remember the year’s best drag moments
The new show from Ryan Murphy has been given a series order and will premiere in Summer 2018 with the largest transgender cast on American television
Lower East Siders woke up on Christmas Eve to discover a giant NYC penis mural featuring a pink four-story phallus. Some neighbors aren’t happy, others love it
A new Emile Griffith film will look at the openly bisexual boxer and his fateful 1962 match where he beat his homophobic opponent into a deadly coma
Lady Bunny returns to The Stonewall Inn in New York City for six special holiday themed shows starting Dec. 22, 2017
In this new video, watch Broadway star Nick Adams strip while he sings a medley of (mostly) Christmas songs as one of Santa’s lonely elves
Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders returned with their SAGE Toys Party fundraiser, an annual gathering that brought hundreds out to the Chelsea Piers
A holiday tradition, the Cyndi Lauper benefit raises awareness about lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth homelessness
Trevor Wadleigh and Chris Marchant, best friends and half of the pop/classical quartet Well-Strung, are about to compete on Amazing Race Season 30.
The Bea Arthur Residence for homeless LGBTQ youth was just opened in New York City, reminding us of the Golden Girls’ support of disowned queer kids
Cash Cab with Ben Bailey makes its return to the Discovery Channel this week, five years after the series’ original run came to an end
New York City based drag queen Aquaria debuted a ‘Sophia the robot’ inspired look on social media and the result is absolutely gag-worthy
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.