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The Hornet Guide to New York’s Top Frisky Spots

Even before New York legalized statewide same-sex marriage in 2011, gay men in the Big Apple already enjoyed its thriving gay scene. In spite of its illegality, sex work exists in New York City from both independent sex workers and those employed through escort agencies. For your reference, you can check out freelancers and agencies advertised under the term “bodywork” in local magazines or websites.

As a result, gay men love to visit New York City for its vibrant nightlife. You can chill at a neighborhood bar with friends or dance the night away at clubs in any day of the week. If you are in the mood for a quick hook-up, NYC has many places for you to explore anonymous fun.

So here are our suggestions for getting laid in New York City:

Cock

The name “Cock” says it all in this East Village bar. This long-time hole-in-the-wall bar offers different theme nights throughout the week. The best time to visit this cash-only bar is after midnight, where patrons can hook up with strangers in this dimly light space.

The Eagle

This multi-leveled leather bar provides a haven for patrons to explore a kinkier side of their sex life. If you’re into burly hairy men in harnesses, Levis, and boots, The Eagle is the place for you. The Eagle also has a rooftop for its famous Sunday beer bust.

Fairytale Lounge

Fairytale Lounge is the gem of Hell’s Kitchen. This place is well-known for its go-go boys parading nightly for your entertainment. For a right price, the boys will put on a show in a private area for an intimate fun.

West Side Club

Established in 1995, West Side Club has the reputation as the place for after-work relaxation and discreet fun. This Chelsea location is open 24/7 and 365 days of the year for your enjoyment.

East Side Club

Can’t make it to Chelsea? There’s an eastside location as well for your convenience. Like West Side Club, this site offers similar amenities like private saunas and showers for visitors to enjoy.

(Featured image via JoeInQueensFlickr.)