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New York

New York City, the birthplace of the Gay Rights movement at the Stonewall Inn on Christopher Street, offers one of the largest and most diverse gay scenes in the world. Gay New York can be a bit overwhelming, but that's also part of the thrill -- your options for what (or who) to enjoy at any time are endless. While gay hubs like Chelsea, Hell's Kitchen, and the Village are certainly worth visiting, vibrant queer scenes have spread to the Upper West Side, Queens, Park Slope, and Brooklyn. NYC also boasts perhaps the most intense gay nightlife -- it is, after all, the city that never sleeps. Plan your next trip to gay New York with Out.

Christopher Makos: Photography From the '70s On

A career overview featuring mostly unseen work from every stage of the artist’s life, including Warhol, Minnelli, Lennon, Haring, Basquiat, and some dazzling male nudes.

Man Arrested for Allegedly Murdering Date With Machete

The victim was described as “on the floor in pieces.”

This Soccer Player Was Suspended After Reacting to Homophobia

After being called a slur, Henry Bethell delivered what's become known as the "punch heard round the world."

James Baldwin’s Home Is Now a Nationally Registered Historic Place

The designation, provided by the National Park Service, provides minor protections for the integrity of the structure.

Arlene Gottfried Shows the Dark Streets of 1980s New York

Opening September 12, Daniel Cooney Fine Art presents their 4th show of Gottfried's crusty, sexy, and uninhibited back rooms and night clubs of Lower East Side New York circa 1980.

Willie Norris Launches His Brand with a Radically Inclusive Runway

The New York designer became popular for his printed tees. Now, he debuts a clothing line for every body.

Homophobic Attack on NYC Subway Leaves Woman With Fractured Spine

 A man attacked a 20-year-old woman after being seen kissing another woman on the subway.

Exclusive: Aquaria Opens Up About 'RPDR,' Trolls, and Life Behind Drag

The RuPaul's Drag Race season 10 winner appears in the new season of Queens of Kings.

111 Photos of Pride and Joy In Albany, N.Y.

These folks have been at it since 1970, and they know how to do it right.

111 Photos of Pride Taking Over Buffalo, N.Y.

Buffalo & WNY Pride Week is back and took over the region with a week's worth of celebration, advocacy, and community engagement.

Catie Lazarus Celebrates 9th Anniversary of 'Employee of the Month'

The special anniversary show will take place Thursday at Gramercy Theater.

Juliana Huxtable to Protest New York's Cabaret Law

The OUT100 DJ is joining forces with Boiler Room to fight for the right to dance.

Anita Lo Closes NYC Restaurant as Cat Cora’s Prepares to Open

A bittersweet goodbye as the city’s food scene continues evolving.