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Tom Jackson and Abi Benitez, the dynamic duo behind must-read events newsletter Gayletter ("designed to help the homosexuals of New York figure out what to do with their spare time"), have premiered a new companion publication for the straight male set. Aptly named Guyletter, the sister (brother?) publication was born out of a collaboration between  Jackson and Benitez and friends Tristan Kraft and Ryan Leahey, who will act as editors. In the vein of Gayletter, the new series will highlight cultural happenings in New York City. Per Jackson, "We wanted to expand because, honestly, there's a lot of straight dudes, and we have a unique voice and two talented editors that can talk to them in fresh new way and cover shit that they're into." Applying a similar formula used in Gayletter, the first issue of Guyletter features a less-obvious selection of cultural offerings ranging from art to music to dance that branch out from the standard "take a date to this new whiskey bar in TriBeCa" listings favored by competitors. And, according to Jackson, they're simply responding to reader demand. "So many straight guys would always ask if there was a letter for them. So we made one." Check it out here