Pride Guide

In publication for over 40 years, the NYC Pride Guide continues to be the largest Pride-focused magazine in the United States with over 100,000 copies distributed throughout New York City between May and June. Along with being the go-to resource for all NYC Pride event information, the Pride Guide also offers readers a kaleidoscope of articles covering trending topics and hot-button issues as well as interviews with celebrities and prominent figures in the LGBTQIA+ community.

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Read the 2019 NYC Pride Guide: WorldPride Edition

This commemorative issue of the NYC Pride Guide is one of our biggest issues ever! Featuring Whoopi Goldberg, Todrick Hall, Princess Nokia, the cast of the Prom, and more. Over 270 pages of articles about the LGBTQIA+ community all to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising and the first WorldPride ever hosted in the United States.

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Read the Holiday 2018 NYC Pride Guide: WorldPride Preview

Our Holiday 2018 NYC Pride Guide: WorldPride Preview is here - featuring Grammy-Award winning singer-songwriter and WorldPride Closing Ceremony performer, Melissa Etheridge. Also, don't miss our snowed-in survival guide, interview with Streetwork Project, queer fanfiction, and an in-depth interview with artist, Shantell Martin.

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Read the 2018 Pride Guide

Check out Olympian Gus Kenworthy and tennis all-star Billie Jean King for our cover story and don't miss our profiles on Instagramable cocktails, activism through art and more! The 2018 Pride Guide also features stories on defiantly different destinations, a WorldPride 2019 preview, and must see queer tv.

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Read the 2017 Pride Guide

Check out our Patti LaBelle cover story and don't miss our profiles on elevated bar snacks, giant cocktails and more! The 2017 Pride Guide also features stories on LGBTQIA+ asylum seekers and women of the LGBTQIA+ movement.

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