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Queer Fundraisers Heat Up January
There’s no end of queer events in sight, but our motivation to go out and do things has headed into hibernation as temperatures plummet and freeze warnings take over headlines. It’s official, the January blahs are here. But, what better way to fight the doldrums than getting fancy for fundraisers supporting our local LGBTQ communities?

10:10AM Tue. Jan. 16, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Austin's Killer Queer Workout Classes
In Austin, there’s no shortage of workout and yoga classes designed with queers in mind. So if you’re looking to start 2018 with a new workout regime, but feel out of place at gyms and crossfit centers around town – look no further.

8:00AM Tue. Jan. 9, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Sober-ish Spaces for Dry January Hangs
So you’ve signed up for Dry January – the 2013 UK public health campaign that’s recently morphed into a pop-cultural phenomenon in the U.S. Whether you’re hoping to detox from a holiday bender, lose weight, or kick off a long-term life change, you’ve committed to taking on the first month of the new year stone cold sober. And we’re here for you.

8:35AM Mon. Jan. 8, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Carry Illinois Queers Up Free Week
Lizzy Lehman, lead singer of lo-fi, indie-pop band Carry Illinois, is psyched to play Free Week this year. Her band, which released its first EP Siren in 2014, is playing the Nine Mile Records showcase tonight. And while Lehman has been writing songs for over 10 years now, she hasn’t always been comfortable with performing her music.

8:00AM Fri. Jan. 5, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Top 10 LGBTQ Victories of 2017
Y’all, Gay Place knows 2017 – and 2016 for that matter – was hella hard for queers. But amidst all the garbage, there were victories to celebrate. Let’s take a moment to reflect on this past year and recognize the times, nationally and internationally, that the LGBTQ community came out (l-o-l) on top. (For local wins see this week’s Gay Place column.)

12:01AM Thu. Dec. 28, 2017, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Three Standout Queer New Year's Eve Events
It's time. We’re all ready to kiss this year goodbye and good riddance, and Gay Place is here to help you do it in style. Whatever your poison or pleasure, there’s a New Year’s Eve event that gets you and your needs – fancy, affordable, or all-night dance-y. Check out our top picks below and see the full shebang on the Chronicle's New Year's Guide.

9:00AM Tue. Dec. 26, 2017, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

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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, 2017, 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, 2017, 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, 2017, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

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