Come Out, Then Branch Out – By Ian Shapira – Washington Post Staff Writer

Frustrated by the Local Scene, 20-Something Entrepreneurs Build Their Own LGBT Outlets

One is a former drag king, the other is a laid-off newspaper reporter-turned blogger, and each, in their own way, is trying to transform Washington’s gay scene. Eboné Bell, 27, and Zack Rosen, 25, friends and entrepreneurs, have a politically subtle mission: to integrate the region’s gay scene, which they say caters to crowds that are typically older, white, wealthier and male.