What Is TwentySomething?

TwentySomething is a social organization for gay men, lesbians, and bisexuals in their late teens, twenties, and early thirties. The group offers a wide variety of programs and events as an alternative to the bar and club scene.

The membership of TwentySomething is friendly and diverse, and the club's activities reflect that. Regularly scheduled events include dinners and brunches at interesting restaurants, Saturday-afternoon movie excursions, rollerskating, and bowling. Another program popular with many members offers discount seats to some of the hottest Broadway and off-Broadway shows.

TwentySomething also organizes a number of special events -- such as trips to the New York Auto Show, rafting excursions on the Delaware, and visits to local museums. The club recently held its second annual bachelor auction, which made some interesting matches while raising money for future events. A TwentySomething talent show, hosted once again by mistress-of-ceremonies Gloria D'Avalon, and several mixer dances, are planned for the near future.

The best way to become acquainted with TwentySomething and what it has to offer is to attend one of the twice-monthly rap group meetings. They are held on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at 8pm at the Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center, 208 West 13th Street, New York, NY. The agenda varies, but there's always something fun planned.

TwentySomething can be contacted by US mail at:

PO Box 396
Old Chelsea Station
New York, NY 10011
or email the rap group coordinator, Gordon Goldberg, at ggold@panix.com

Gordon Lloyd Goldberg