The Washington Post Company has invested in gay social-networking site Fabulis, which has been renamed

“ is more than just a rebranding of Fabulis,” Jason Goldberg, founder and CEO of said on the company's blog. “It's an entirely new site with 350+ new features and more than 100,000 new pages. Our fab vision is to be the definitive resource for gay men, helping us discover the world and enjoy our lives.”

According to Goldberg, the site and its mobile app provide “the largest global index to gay-centric places, events, unique interactive profiles that assist in making new friends, and other features that quickly connect our members to the best of gay life.” (A video introducing the new is embedded in the right panel of this page.)

The site has attracted more than 110,000 members since going live, and says it is welcoming 20,000 new users per month.

Executives also announced completion of a new round of investment.

“Just closed a $1.75 million Series A financing with investors including First Round Capital, The Washington Post Company, Baroda Ventures and Zelkova Ventures, adding to an earlier $1.25 million in angel financing,” Goldberg added.