The G-List blog is Waddie G’s love of urban pop, queer and social cultures.

The G-List Society is an online media networking and entertainment group who caters to the style of life in the urban gay social scene.

The G-List media highlights lifestyle topics and pop culture, spotlights gay personalities and events in exclusive features, and celebrates the achievements of gays and lesbians of color. The G-List publishes its annual BLACK GAYS ROCK! Power 100 list to celebrate Black same-gender-loving (SGL) achievers around the world with an annually average readership of more than 125,000 audience impressions.

The G-List Society events host, sponsor and support social gatherings and cultural events for gay professionals and personalities in networking and entertainment settings.

Waddie G. & The G-List media has been featured, quoted and/or published in “Positively Black” on WNBC (NYC Channel 4), Gawker, Gothamist, “Oprah’s Life Class,” Chicago Red Eye, Windy City Times, Ebony, Sandra Rose, Bossip, Necole Bitchie, The YBF, MediaTakeOut, SGL Weekly, Rod 2.0, TMZ, Joe.My.God, NY Eater, Moguldum Media, CBS-2 Chicago News and other media outlets.

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Waddie G. – Owner, Blogger & Executive Producer

Waddie G. is the owner, blogger and executive producer of The G-List Society. Waddie started blogging in 2005 under different aliases about urban pop culture until he started The G-List Society in 2012. He was a contributor to the Chicago Red Eye and Windy City Times newspapers. As a blogger, he has interviewed dozens of Hollywood and music celebrities and dozens of LGBT personalities. His passions are topics of music, urban pop culture, TV, arts, city life, gay lifestyle and Black gay milestones and achievements. Waddie G. also hosted and produced dozens of social, professional networking and live music events in Chicago and New York City since 2005. He provided event planning production and services extensively to the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) The Shrine music venue in Chicago. He also served as a producer on the televised Out Music Awards in 2009 on the LOGO network.

Waddie G. & The G-List media has been featured, quoted and/or published in “Positively Black” on WNBC (NYC Channel 4), Gawker, Gothamist, “Oprah’s Life Class,” Chicago Red Eye, Windy City Times, Ebony, Sandra Rose, Bossip, Necole Bitchie, The YBF, MediaTakeOut, SGL Weekly, Rod 2.0, TMZ, Joe.My.God, NY Eater, Moguldum Media, CBS-2 Chicago News and other media outlets.

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Check out this small list of very popular blog posts on The G-List between December 2014 and May 2015:

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