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SCUM NYC PRESENTS: THRUST
SATURDAY, JULY 20
10 PM – 4 AM
LOFT 39
38 WEST 39TH ST.
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NYC INFERNO: A MIDSUMMER’S WET DREAM WITH OROGRAPHIC
SATURDAY, JULY 20
10 PM – 4 AM
SIGN UP FOR
SECRET BROOKLYN LOCATION
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YES HOMO *A QUEER DAYTIME PARTY*
SATURDAY, JULY 20
4 PM – 8 PM
C’MON EVERYBODY
325 FRANKLIN AVE., BROOKLYN
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LIBERATION / FCGN BY GO NAKED
FRIDAY, JULY 19, 2019
8 PM – 4 AM EDT
ROCKBAR NYC
185 CHRISTOPHER ST.
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HARDER -SEASON CLOSER
FRIDAY, JULY 12
10 PM – 4:30 AM
3 DOLLAR BILL
260 MESEROLE ST., BROOKLYN
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BE CUTE
SATURDAY, JULY 13
11 PM – 4 AM
LITTLEFIELD
635 SACKETT ST., BROOKLYN
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FIST W/ MCMLXXXV / UMFANG
SATURDAY, AUGUST 10
10 PM – 5 AM
BASEMENT NY
52-19 FLUSHING AVE., MASPETH
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THE HONCHO SUMMER CAMPOUT – 2019
THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 11 AM –
SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 11:59 PM
FOUR QUARTERS FARM
190 WALKER LN.
ARTEMAS, PENNSYLVANIA
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FLAME CON 2019
SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 12 PM –
SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 6 PM
SHERATON HOTEL IN TIMES SQUARE
811 7TH AVE.
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BOUND X ELEMENTS W/ REBEKAH, SILENT SERVANT (LIVE), PAUL BIRKEN
FRIDAY, AUGUST 23
11 PM EDT
ELSEWHERE
599 JOHNSON AVE., BROOKLYN
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BUSHWIG NYC 2019
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1:00 PM AND
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1:00 PM
KNOCKDOWN CENTER
52-19 FLUSHING AVE., QUEENS
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SCUM NYC PRESENTS: THRUST
SATURDAY, JULY 20
10 PM – 4 AM
LOFT 39
38 WEST 39TH ST.
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BRÜT – SOLIDARITY WORLDPRIDE CLOSING EVENT
SATURDAY, JUNE 29
11 PM – 8 AM
PLAYSTATION THEATER
1515 BROADWAY
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NYC INFERNO: A MIDSUMMER’S WET DREAM WITH OROGRAPHIC
SATURDAY, JULY 20
10 PM – 4 AM
SIGN UP FOR
SECRET BROOKLYN LOCATION
MORE INFO

BE CUTE
SATURDAY, JULY 13
11 PM – 4 AM
LITTLEFIELD
635 SACKETT ST., BROOKLYN
MORE INFO

FIST W/ MCMLXXXV / UMFANG
SATURDAY, AUGUST 10
10 PM – 5 AM
BASEMENT NY
52-19 FLUSHING AVE., MASPETH
MORE INFO

THE HONCHO SUMMER CAMPOUT – 2019
THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 11 AM –
SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 11:59 PM
FOUR QUARTERS FARM
190 WALKER LN.
ARTEMAS, PENNSYLVANIA
MORE INFO

FLAME CON 2019
SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 12 PM –
SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 6 PM
SHERATON HOTEL IN TIMES SQUARE
811 7TH AVE.
MORE INFO

BOUND X ELEMENTS W/ REBEKAH, SILENT SERVANT (LIVE), PAUL BIRKEN
FRIDAY, AUGUST 23
11 PM EDT
ELSEWHERE
599 JOHNSON AVE., BROOKLYN
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BUSHWIG NYC 2019
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1:00 PM AND
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1:00 PM
KNOCKDOWN CENTER
52-19 FLUSHING AVE., QUEENS
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GAY DIVORCE NYC WORLDPRIDE2019 T-SHIRT
GUTS NYC
$30 – $35

I make the kind of T-shirts that I’d like to find in future thrift shops; a new companion with its own story from a former life.

I knew I’d have to cook something up to celebrate the monumental NYC WorldPride 2019. What I didn’t want to do was make something that felt pandering or kitschy, perhaps the more lucrative route—A route I foolishly evade at every opportunity. READ MORE

posted 06.28.19

OVERSIZE “THE FACE” T-SHIRT
GUCCI
$550

As someone who is, above other forms, a print designer, I’m beginning to miss the tactile world. The smell and weight of paper. And before the “world wide web,” magazines were an instrumental way to dip into the ephemeral currents of how culture was evolving.

One of my favorite publications was The Face, a British music, fashion and culture monthly magazine published from 1980 to 2004. I trusted its journalism and respected it’s taste.  READ MORE

posted 06.28.19

BRYAN PANT SU19
STÜSSY
$179.95

Can you believe the word fuccboi has been around so long that it’s already adapted a new disambiguation? Now I don’t know precisely which came first but I remember when fuccbois were just hypebeastswaiting for hours outside the Supreme store for a new drop in their Pyrex shorts.

Now I think it’s fair to still consider Supreme a fuccboi staple. People will spend 800% mark up for what is basically an iron on print t-shirt. That’s what we call (in a less gay context) dickriding. READ MORE

posted 06.14.19

Us (dir. Jordan Peele)
[Digital / Blu-ray/ DVD]
$22.99

If you’re into cinema then you’ve probably heard everything there is to say about Us—Which is a lot. From funny, confusing, frustrating, stunning, to gaining masterpiece status with a 94% fresh score on Rotten Tomatoes.

This is coming after the pitch perfect release of Jordan Peele’s freshman debut Get Out, which underscored that not only are black narratives potentially lucrative, they are a genre that is implicitly rich with unmined possibility and content. READ MORE

posted 06.14.19

GAY DIVORCE NYC WORLDPRIDE2019 T-SHIRT
GUTS NYC
$30 – $35

I make the kind of T-shirts that I’d like to find in future thrift shops; a new companion with its own story from a former life.

I knew I’d have to cook something up to celebrate the monumental NYC WorldPride 2019. What I didn’t want to do was make something that felt pandering or kitschy, perhaps the more lucrative route—A route I foolishly evade at every opportunity. READ MORE

posted 06.28.19

OVERSIZE “THE FACE”
T-SHIRT
GUCCI
$550

As someone who is, above other forms, a print designer, I’m beginning to miss the tactile world. The smell and weight of paper. And before the “world wide web,” magazines were an instrumental way to dip into the ephemeral currents of how culture was evolving.

One of my favorite publications was The Face, a British music, fashion and culture monthly magazine published from 1980 to 2004. I trusted its journalism and respected it’s taste.

posted 06.28.19

BRYAN PANT SU19
STÜSSY
$179.95

Can you believe the word fuccboi has been around so long that it’s already adapted a new disambiguation? Now I don’t know precisely which came first but I remember when fuccbois were just hypebeastswaiting for hours outside the Supreme store for a new drop in their Pyrex shorts.

Now I think it’s fair to still consider Supreme a fuccboi staple. People will spend 800% mark up for what is basically an iron on print t-shirt. That’s what we call (in a less gay context) dickriding. READ MORE

posted 06.14.19

Us (dir. Jordan Peele)
[Digital / Blu-ray/ DVD]
$22.99

If you’re into cinema then you’ve probably heard everything there is to say about Us—Which is a lot. From funny, confusing, frustrating, stunning, to gaining masterpiece status with a 94% fresh score on Rotten Tomatoes.

This is coming after the pitch perfect release of Jordan Peele’s freshman debut Get Out, which underscored that not only are black narratives potentially lucrative, they are a genre that is implicitly rich with unmined possibility and content. READ MORE

posted 06.14.19

Our #mcm goes out to my friend Mitcheal Pope whose birthday was yesterday. In light of the mystifying #JussieSmollett news it’d be salient to remember my friend who was among the sweetest, most creative people I met upon moving to NYC in ‘05. He had kindness and humility, and could throw a serious Leigh Bowery-level-look together and vogue across a dance floor for minutes, ricocheting from wall to wall like a bumper car.

I think he’d have liked me to honor his memory but also to let people know to not get it fucked up—Our community is far more vulnerable to violence and hate crime than most.

I kind of took it for granted that he’d recover after he told me he’d been attacked in Crowne Heights in October 2014 after he was out just grabbing a coffee on a Monday morning.

When he returned home, he let a man in behind him, thinking he was an on site construction worker. But when he went to get his mail, the bum ass coward attacked him with a hammer, shouting anti-gay slurs.

Mitcheal told NBC4NY, “As soon as I got into the staircase, I was hit from the back unexpectedly. I fell down the stairs backwards, and he got on top of me and started hitting me.”

“I thought he was going to take my life,” he said. “I was struggling to save my life.”

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Our #mcm goes out to my friend Mitcheal Pope whose birthday was yesterday. In light of the mystifying #JussieSmollett news it’d be salient to remember my friend who was among the sweetest, most creative people I met upon moving to NYC in ‘05. He had kindness and humility, and could throw a serious Leigh Bowery-level-look together and vogue across a dance floor for minutes, ricocheting from wall to wall like a bumper car. . I think he’d have liked me to honor his memory but also to let people know to not get it fucked up—Our community is far more vulnerable to violence and hate crime than most. . I thought he’d recover after he told me he’d been attacked in Crowne Heights in October 2014 after he was out just grabbing a coffee on a Monday morning. . When he returned home, he let a man in behind him, thinking he was an on site construction worker. But when he went to get his mail, the bum ass coward attacked him with a hammer, shouting anti-gay slurs. . Mitcheal told NBC4NY, "As soon as I got into the staircase, I was hit from the back unexpectedly. I fell down the stairs backwards, and he got on top of me and started hitting me.” . "I thought he was going to take my life," he said. "I was struggling to save my life." . The attack left him with a fractured skull and several gashes to his head. . “Right after the incident, everything appeared to be normal,” Mitcheal’s mother, Agnes Watson told the Post. A month later, “all of a sudden he really, really started acting different. He was becoming delusional and paranoid.” . If you knew him, he was brave but gentle and highly relatable. Mitcheal, uncharacteristically, took his own life in mid-January 2016, jumping from his third-story window. . His family said the city medical examiner ruled out drugs and said a brain injury could have affected his behavior. . NYPost: “Whoever did this to my son back in October should be held responsible,” Watson said. “He absolutely contributed to my son’s death.” . One suspect was arrested on 11/7/15 in relation to the bashing, which police classified as an anti-gay hate crime, but was released on his alibi. “The police are not doing what they need to do. (cont. in comments)

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