Queerties 2014 Winners Announced

Queerty's audience of LGBT opinion leaders voted more than 300,000 times for the best of the web

San Francisco, CA, Nov. 18, 2014 — Queerty — the leading news and entertainment site serving the LGBT market — today announced the winners in its third annual user-choice awards, The Queerties 2014: The Best of the Gay Web. (http://www.queerty.com/queerties2014/)

Queerty readers voted more than 300,000 times for their favorites from political leaders to sports figures to films. Many of this year’s winners became known via Queerty for making a difference in the battle for equality. More than 100 newsmakers received nominations.

Winners by category include: 

Laverne Cox for “Badass of the Year”
Michael Sam for “Top Jock”
Anderson Cooper for “Top Dog Over 40”
Zac Efron for “Hetero Heartthrob”
Neil Patrick Harris & David Burka for “Most Adorable Couple”
The Normal Heart for “Future Film Classic”
Phil Robertson took worst honors, for the category “Most Annoying Person”

(See all the winners and runner-ups here: http://www.queerty.com/queerties2014)

Queerty covers what the LGBT community is talking about today: news, entertainment, politics, travel, local events and the arts. Queerty’s highly loyal readership is well informed and deeply engaged in the discussion: 75% say that Queerty offers perspectives that they cannot get elsewhere. In addition, Queerty’s readers are active social sharers, with an average of 525 followers on Facebook and Twitter.

GayCities, Inc., is a fast growing media company targeting the LGBT community. It operates GayCities, the location based social network that helps people uncover the best of what’s happening everywhere, and Queerty, the news and entertainment site that’s “free of an agenda, except that gay one.” Together GayCities & Queerty reach over four million LGBT consumers every month, making it a first stop for advertisers looking to reach a valuable, highly targeted audience.