Hey Queen!

Hey Queen! presents QUEEN OF GREEN with JANET MOCK



We’ve got an incredible special edition of HEY QUEEN! this May to benefit two amazing groups right here in New York. This is truly a one of a kind Hey Queen to support organizations providing services to those in the sex trade here in New York. So come be a part of this spectacular night!

WHEN: Saturday, May 17th at 8PM

WHERE: littlefield, 622 degraw st., brooklyn, ny

▶▶ QUEEN OF HONOR: Janet Mock

▶▶ DJs
J Lamar (Hood Love)
accident report and the warm leatherettes (Morgan Underground)

Sarah Jenny & Avory QuincyAgony

CockyBoys‘ Exclusive Chris Harder
Foxie Squire
Darlinda Just Darlinda
▶ Shane Shane
The Incredible, Edible, Akynos
Fan Cy Feast
▶ Bella Belle
Jillian Courtney
Hawk Kinkaid
Reginald M Lamar

▶▶ PHOTOS: Jazzmine Beaulieu Photography, LLC



Suggested Donation: $10 – $20 or more if you can!


Persist Health Project is a peer-led health organization in New York City, which links sex workers, trafficking survivors and anyone who has traded sex for money, food, drugs, or other resources with nonjudgmental health services. We believe that when we take control of our health and wellness together through peer education and community health care, it is an act of empowerment and a tool for positive change.

PROS Network works to improve the conditions of people engaging in the sex trade in NYC through strengthening connections between sex workers, their direct service providers, and advocates. We support people of all genders who, by choice, circumstance, or coercion, engage in sexual activities for money, food, shelter, clothing, drugs, or other survival needs. Grounded in principles of social justice and human rights, the PROS Network embraces a non-judgmental, harm reduction approach.


Janet Mock is a writer, advocate and the New York Times bestselling author of Redefining Realness. She’s also the founder of #girlslikeus, a movement for trans women living visibly, and writes and speaks about her experience of living at the intersections of multiple identities. A board member at the Arcus Foundation, Janet was named Woman of the Year in 2013 by the feminist site Vitamin W, has been recognized by the Sylvia Rivera Law Project, the Anti-Violence Project, and the Center for American Progress, and was featured on The Colbert Report, MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry and the HBO documentary The OUT List. She lives and writes in New York City.

<><><><> LAP DANCES! <><><><>
Kate, Jillian, Conrad & Foxy

<><><>><><><> SPANKING BOOTH! <><><><>
Star & Tina

<><><> RAFFLE PRIZES! <><><><><><><>
Melissa Gira Grant‘s book Playing the Whore
Craig Seymour‘s book All I Could Bare
Astrological reading by James Panther
Tattoos by Annie Danger
Bear Restaurant Gift Certificate
Haircut by The Gothic Barber
Brooklyn Night Bazaar Gift Certificate
Gift Bag from the Pleasure Chest
Cristy Road Tarot Card
Heart Beets Holistic Health and Wellness Coaching
Tarot reading by Jacqueline Mary
Topside Press Gift Certificates
….and more!!

**** All proceeds to benefit these amazing organizations. ****

Production Coordinator: Connor Donahue
Door Babe: Matthew Flamingo



littlefield is a wheelchair accessible venue with wheelchair accessible, gender neutral single stall bathrooms. Questions or concerns? Please reach out to: queens@heyqueen.org


Best Mixed Party – Brooklyn Nightlife Awards, 2014

“Brooklyn’s Finest” – Next Magazine, 2014

Featured Nightlife Listing by the City of New York’s Official Website, 2013

“The best gay nightlife in New York” – Time Out New York, 2013

“7 Parties Changing New York City Nightlife” – NewNowNext, 2013

“One of the top six gay parties in New York” – Gothamist, 2013

“How to: Do Pride Like a New Yorker” – Next Magazine, 2013

“50 reasons why NYC is the greatest city in the world” – Time Out New York, 2013

“Best MC – Sarah Jenny of Hey Queen” – GO Magazine Nightlife Awards, 2010

“Queerest Party in New York City” – Grace Chu, After Ellen, 2010