HomoCulture began with a passion for storytelling. For more than 15 years, owner and editor-in-chief Brian Webb has been sharing his personal stories and his quest for LGBT rights through various online platforms. With a strong reader base and an increasing desire to build a robust online resource for the gay community, Brian founded HomoCulture in 2013.
The driving force behind HomoCulture is to increase awareness of the interests and values of the LGBT community on topics like safer-sex, anti-bullying, and human rights. Today, HomoCulture is the most trusted and top source of gay culture in North America, creating an environment where readers from all walks of life can come together to learn, experience, engage, and trust.
HomoCulture prides itself on working with the best LGBT friendly brands, including Broadway Across Canada, Google, Fleshjack, Ford, ONE Condoms, Stoli Vodka, TELUS, WET Lubricants, and more.
As an official media partner for some of the largest Pride events including LA Pride, New York Pride, Atlanta Pride, White Party Palm Springs, Las Vegas Pride, and Peak Pride, HomoCulture is always on the scene capturing the content and photography readers crave.
HomoCulture hit the road in 2016 for the inaugural HomoCulture Tour. The tour engages readers and followers, inviting them to join the HomoCulture team as they attend the hottest events and destinations on the gay calendar, celebrating the gay community and reporting on the best of gay culture. Now in its fourth year, the HomoCulture Tour continues to grow and engage a wider audience. See where the HomoCulture Tour is headed next.
In 2018, HomoCulture Gear was launched. This line of branded accessories allows HomoCulture fans to showcase their support of the LGBT community, and features a fabulous line of circuit fans, plus matching items like drawstring bags to complete any outfit for upcoming circuit parties, events, and nightlife.
Join Brian and his team of talented contributors as they take you on a journey to uncover the inside stories that resonate with the LGBT community.