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Behind the Bars Part II
In honor of Pride and this week's queer spaces feature, we've reached out to local queers around town and asked them to share their most poignant and messy memories of our beloved (and bygone) LGBTQ bars. Gay Place's OG editor Kate Messer put together Behind the Bars (Part I) to document our spaces in 2009. We're here to continue it.

9:17AM Thu. Aug. 25, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Pitchers, Catchers, and More – Oh My!
Rain or shine, this week Austin plays home base to one of the world’s largest single gay sport events – the 40th Annual Gay Softball World Series. The North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance hosts an estimated 5000 LGBTQ-folk as they descend on Austin to win glory in the coed series.

2:30PM Tue. Aug. 16, Dan Gray Read More | Comment »

If He Barks Like a Dog
The sun was setting on a summer day in Texas as I sat across the table from someone so full of energy his seat almost vibrated, reminiscent of a playful puppy who has been told to sit but wants to play. And he was, in a manner of speaking.

12:30PM Wed. Aug. 3, Rivers Wright Read More | Comment »

aGLIFF Drops Lineup
The Austin Gay and Lesbian International Film Festival offers audiences a chance to discover new LGBTQ+ films that most wouldn’t normally be able to catch on the big screen. Ticket holders will have more than 55 short films and over 30 feature films to choose from. This year's aGLIFF occurs September 8-11 at the Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar.

2:20PM Wed. Jul. 27, Dan Gray Read More | Comment »

Boiz of Summer
Resplendent in glossy wig and inky mermaid gown, Gemmi Galactic of Frisky Business Burlesque guided a somewhat-shy audience through "Gothic is the Summer Queerlesque Show," the first installment of Boiz of Austin (formerly Boiz 4 Now) monthly residency at Elysium.

11:00AM Fri. Jul. 15, Louisa Jackson Spaventa Read More | Comment »

Lookin' Gayly Ahead
Gay, by definition, means to be happy. That means even though we are saddened and rocked by the recent events in Florida, they will never be able to take away who we are. Right now we must stand strong and show haters that they can shake us, but they will never break us. We, by design, are happy, and will continue to spread that love until there is nothing else.

8:00AM Fri. Jun. 24, Rivers Wright Read More | Comment »

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A Night With the Andys
When tragedy strikes, we look to our community leaders and role models for comfort and guidance. Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen – both famous men at the top of America’s news, pop, and gay culture who command their own live television shows – are two such leaders.

1:00PM Wed. Jun. 22, Dan Gray Read More | Comment »

Alan Will Go On
It’s Alan – Alan Cumming – and he’s coming to Austin with his show Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs. Known primarily for his roles in various stage performances such as Cabaret and films like Eyes Wide Shut, this is a different kind of show for Cumming.

8:00AM Wed. Jun. 22, Shaun Lee Read More | Comment »

Love at First Woof
Big and sexy, that’s how I like ’em. And so do many gay men. SCRUFF, like Grindr, connects gay men using geographical proximity. But these gays usually have a bit more heft, and hair – ya know, scruff. The app boasts being a “global community with over 10 million members worldwide.”

11:40AM Mon. Jun. 20, Dan Gray Read More | Comment »

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