What We Do

What do we do?

Here at Gay, Inc., we aim to be all inclusive of the LGBT community. That's just a fancy way of saying everyone is welcome, because that's the way it should be. We're a family, and families stick together.

Gay, Inc. was founded on the notion that we would help inform and educate, not only people outside of the community but the ones inside the community as well. We originally started as a Twitter account, because that was the easiest and most effective way of engaging with the larger LGBT community. Then we got the idea to start a website, this website. We wanted a collection of our own stories, our own trials and tribulations, but then we began to toy with the idea of opening it up to everyone. No one person's story is similar to another's, and that's what makes Gay, Inc. unique. We want to hear your stories — the good, the bad, and the ugly.


What do you do?

Get involved! We want to hear your stories, live your life through your words and photos. What's it like to be gay in an otherwise incredibly straight world?

Stories • We currently have three blog categories — Sex Stories, The Gay Life, and Coming Out Stories. If you have a story you'd like to see on our website, email it to us with the category in your subject line and your Twitter handle before your story. If you'd rather be anonymous, that's OK, too. Simply put the word "Anonymous" before your story. Putting your Twitter handle allows for other readers to connect with you, too. The more we can engage with one another, the further our stories reach, and the more lives we can affect. We will slightly edit your story (for grammar and spelling) and post it! It's that easy.

Photos • We have an Instagram to promote a positive body image, where we will post "hotties of the week." Here at Gay, Inc., we think everyone is hot. Yes, everyone! Feel free to submit your photos with your Instagram handle so we can tag you. We also have a spot for you our rotating welcome wheel. For more information about that, please email us, and we'll be more than happy to tell you everything you need to know.