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Coming Out in the Dark
As is often the case these days, an idea came to fruition through social media. One person put out a call to action on Facebook to organize an LGBTQ protest on the evening of the inauguration. People from all over the Austin area responded.

12:56PM Thu. Jan. 19, Sloane Smith Read More | Comment »

Step One: Create an LGBTQ Commission
Three months after Mayor Steve Adler announced plans to create an LGBTQ Quality of Life Commission during October’s Hate Crime Summit, the first precursory meeting was held Wednesday night at the Asian American Resource Center.

11:10AM Thu. Jan. 19, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Texas Bathroom Bill Battle Officially Begins
As predicted, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick has his bathroom bill. Senate Bill 6, labeled the “Texas Privacy Act,” was filed Thursday, Jan. 5 by Sen. Lois Kolkhorst, R-Brenham. The bill is both sexist and transphobic and hides behind the guise of privacy protection.

4:45PM Thu. Jan. 5, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

2016’s 10 Biggest Queer Crushes
Despite – or perhaps because of – the tumultuous year, these queers brought some much needed humor, strength, and all-around badassness to 2016. We gotta admit, we’re crushin’ hard here.

2:00PM Thu. Dec. 29, 2016, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Breaking Down Barriers and Building Community With Impulse Austin
Terese Rusher believes in karma – the idea that putting out good energy into the world will bring good energy back. It’s the foundation behind “what goes around, comes around,” and Rusher wants to make her go-round a safe and thriving space for Austin’s queer community.

9:03AM Wed. Dec. 14, 2016, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Shelter From the Cold
With temperatures expecting to drop into the 30s Thursday and Friday nights, Lifeworks, a nonprofit dedicated to serving runaway and homeless youth in Central Texas, is working with the Congregational Church of Austin to set up and provide temporary shelter from the cold.

3:15PM Wed. Dec. 7, 2016, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

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Melting Gender Hairs at EAST
East Austin Studio Tour (aka EAST, happening Nov. 12-20) gets a little more queer this year at stop 22. KC Crow Maddux's solo show "Post-Human Animal Instinct/I wanna melt your gender hairs" is up at Erica Nix’s workout studio, Transform, and it's serving up some major opportunities for reflection on self and society.

11:45AM Tue. Nov. 8, 2016, Shaun Lee Read More | Comment »

Austin Film Festival Review: Almost Adults
Continuing in the latest (and greatest) trend in queer film, Almost Adults is not your typical lesbian movie. Written and directed by Adrianna DiLonardo and Sarah Rotella, the creators of YouTube’s The Gay Women Channel, this coming-of-age comedy is ultimately the story of best friends, growing up, and making room.

5:50PM Sun. Oct. 16, 2016, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

The Future of Tegan & Sara
Technology plays a large role in Tegan & Sara. From day one, fans found the Canadian siblings’ music digitally, and living in different cities and writing separately, the pair would have found collaborating on eighth studio album Love You to Death far more difficult without the internet. The queer icons appear in person Saturday at Stubb’s.

1:30PM Tue. Sep. 13, 2016, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

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