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Self-Care for Queers, by Queers
Oh what a year to be queer. As the holiday season moves full-steam ahead and we make our punch-drunk way toward 2018, one thing is certain: the LGBTQ community deserves one helluva applause for making it through the last 365-ish days.

12:01AM Thu. Dec. 7, Beth Sullivan and Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Queer, Quick, and Dirty Gift Guide
Need a bit more giftspo? Gay Place has you – and the deserving queers in your life – covered.

12:01AM Thu. Dec. 7, Beth Sullivan and Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Keeping Austin Kinky
Ever wondered how to can make yourself the mouth-tess with the mostess? Wanna explore the pleasure (and pain) of BDSM? Can’t keep up with all the x-spots?

8:00AM Fri. Nov. 17, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Boiz of Austin Drag King Showcase
As we recover from our Austin International Drag Festival debauchery, it’s important not to forget the best part of any event: the after-party. Or, in this case, the after-showcase.

1:14PM Tue. Nov. 14, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Drag Fest Best Bets
Today, Austin turns into the dragtastic center of the universe with the third annual Austin International Drag Festival. Four days filled with all-ages events, student discounts, panels, workshops, a Glamour Lounge, 200 drag artists, 5 stages, and 400 performances.

7:00AM Thu. Nov. 9, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Justice for Monica Loera
Monica Loera’s killer, JonCasey Rowell, was convicted of murder Monday afternoon (Nov. 6). The courtroom, filled predominately with members of Austin’s trans and larger LGBTQ community, as well as Loera’s two sisters, rejoiced. In light of the untimely and undeserved loss of Loera – this was a win.

5:30PM Wed. Nov. 8, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

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Texas Book Festival 2017: Samantha Irby
The title of Samantha Irby’s latest essay collection might be We Are Never Meeting in Real Life, but that doesn’t mean it’s never going to happen for us Austinites. At this year’s Texas Book Festival, the hilarious and unapologetically candid writer will offer die-hard fans and new readers the chance to hear her discuss her raunchy tales IRL.

10:00AM Fri. Nov. 3, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

A Queer Book Club for Comic Lovers
The comic book world has long been a safe haven for outsiders and misfits, but that doesn’t mean it’s always been easy for queer fans to find a sense of community. The lack of space fueled Austin Books & Comics' Rae Sterling to start the store's Queer Book Club, or ABC QBC, to foster fun times and understanding among comic book lovers in the queer community.

1:35PM Fri. Oct. 27, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

AIDS Walk Austin 2017
Thirty-five years ago, the first case of HIV was diagnosed in Austin in 1983, but another four years would pass before the city would have its own HIV/AIDS service organization. Today, AIDS Services of Austin is the largest and oldest organization of its kind in Central Texas.

2:00PM Tue. Oct. 24, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

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