GaySocialites.INFO: New York City’s Gay Handbook is making its debut this weekend as the h0me of the 2012 Pride Guide for New York City.
Throughout the week, we hope you’ll let GaySocialites.INFO help guide you on your journey.
The recent events at Yotel have left many in New York’s LGBT community disturbed. Not only did the incident occur during Pride Month, but also a week before NYC’s own Pride Week commences. Enter the Anti-Violence Project (AVP), an important non-profit organization that empowers the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and HIV-affected communities and their allies to end all forms of violence through organizing and education, and supports survivors through counseling and advocacy. And AVP plans to do just that this evening.
If it’s at all possible, NYC Pride may just have just gotten that much gayer. Happier, of course, thanks in part to the combined hotelier minds of Brian Gorman and Paul Stallings who are bringing New York its first Pride Pop-Up hotel from June 18th to 24th as Lords New York at Hotel on Rivington.