Guerrilla Gay Bar NY - September
Friday, September 21, 2012 at 6:00 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Date: FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21
Time: Happy Hour (starts at 6pm)
Color Code: Red (see below)
Join us for the LAUNCH of
GUERRILLA GAY BAR NY (GGBNY)
What is GUERRILLA GAY BAR NY? GUERRILLA GAY BAR NY (GGBNY) is a combination of flashmob and the French Revolution. Only much, much gayer (Fewer decapitations and less powdered wigs). Once a month, we will take over one of the straightest bars we can find in NYC. We won't tell them we're coming - we just show up - by the hundreds - and make ourselves at home.
When is GGBNY? Starting Friday September 21 (and henceforth on the 3rd Friday of every month) you are invited, as long as you are gay, lesbian, trans, bi, or a friend, and are game for the challenge.
Who inspired GUERRILLA GAY BAR NY? GGBNY is inspired by our GGB comrades in LA, San Fran, Boston, and others who want to branch out beyond the gay bars and make a straight place GAY once a month (as if it is their choice).
How do I find out where GUERRILLA GAY BAR NY takes place? Trick is, we won't announce our shindig's digs until the day before the party - we don't wanna give them any notice. So, the only way to know where to go for the party is to rsvp via our newsletter/website (see the link above) or via our facebook and twitter. We will inform everyone of the location one day prior to the event. Once you get the invite details, spread the word!
What do I wear? At the event - keep an eye out for fellow GGBNY comrades who will be wearing the color code of the month (for this launch party, the color is RED - wear a red shirt, red tie, red pocket square, red hat, red scarf, red sweater - you get the idea). The more red we see - the bigger the Guerrilla army. It will help the straights know we are there and invading their space.
WHY DO THIS? Field trip!!! And, to show the straight community our community and encourage them to support diversity. GUERRILLA GAY BAR NY will give the straight world a chance to see, mingle, and interact with the LGBT community on a personal level.