GAYLETTER's Bear week in Provincetown included a casting call, a conversation with Max Jenkins from High Maintenance, a fruit bong-making class and a bear hugs benefit — with all proceeds going to the Trevor Project
Celebrating Pride & GAYLETTER Issue 8 with a special performance by Harajuku — sponsored by Adidas, Threes Brewing, Material vodka & Tom of Finland Wines
The queens marched west from Tompkins Square Park to the Stonewall Inn
Celebrating Pride & GAYLETTER Issue 8 — sponsored by Adidas, Material vodka & Tom of Finland Wines
New York is no stranger to queer nightlife, and pride week’s got it all!
Some of us LGBTQ+ identifying folks behave like it’s Pride year round. It doesn’t matter if its January or February, June or July — if you want to dance in the streets, dye your hair rainbow colors or parade around in a jockstrap, we think you should! Life is more fun when you’re uninhibited by commercial calendars or social standards. The LGBTQ+ community was born out of rather radical and therefore totally political postures. So, while yes, non-gays should get off the sidewalk when we are walking behind them in June, please carry that confidence with you throughout the rest of the year too. We’re here, we’re queer, and honey, trust and believe there are many parties to go to this week.
New York City is no stranger to queer nightlife. New parties pop-up all of the time; some die, some don’t. For 2018 we combed every platform imaginable to find some of the most fierce things to do in the city to help you feel prideful and ultra-gay.
Pride in NYC has something for everyone. Brooklyn and Manhattan, Downtown to Midtown, GAYLETTER’s pride guide features everything.
Photography by Ben Zank for GAYLETTER Issue 8.
WEDNESDAY JUNE 20
ART: DAYBREAK – NEW AFFIRMATIONS IN QUEER PHOTOGRAPHY
Get your Pride week started by heading down to the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art to see some super queer art. DAYBREAK: New Affirmations in Queer Photography features the work of twelve young photographers of varying backgrounds and identities, all of whom are making work about being queer. …