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Queer Comedy Series These Thems Comes to Drafthouse
Gretchen Wylder, coming from a musical theatre background and no film experience, started writing the day after Trump was elected. She remembers thinking at the time, “The only thing within my power right now is to use my art for change and to combat all that anger.”

2:35PM Mon. Feb. 10, Sofia Tafich Read More | Comment »

Miss Kitty Litter ATX: From Campfire to Camp Wannakiki
Flashback to the late Eighties: George Michael just taught everyone all about Faith, Patrick Swayze was having the time of his life, America was at the height of the AIDS epidemic, and some self-identified leather men were dancing around a Texas campfire in pink tutus and wigs singing “Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend.”

9:00AM Wed. Feb. 5, A. Micah Mills Read More | Comment »

UT Panel Addresses Gender Equity in Architecture
Something is happening in architecture: As students move into professional spaces, tons of promising young creators aren’t making the leap into offices and firms, and as reports have rolled in on this phenomenon, a none-too-flattering pattern has emerged.

3:45PM Tue. Feb. 4, James Scott Read More | Comment »

The DWNLD: A QPOC Event Looks to Reclaim Space in Austin
“Let’s take space” reads the poster for the DWNLD: A QPOC Event. Faith Anderson, one of the event coordinators, mentions this proudly when describing how both she and fellow coordinator and friend Kellee Fuller came up with the name for the social.

8:00AM Sat. Feb. 1, Diane Zaragoza Read More | Comment »

The DWNLD: A QPOC Event Looks to Reclaim Space in Austin
A Brief History of Austin’s LGBTQIA Movement Through Design
Like the history of the LGBTQIA movement, the history of queer design is just as loud, colorful, and not afraid to make a statement.

12:01AM Thu. Jan. 30, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Oilcan's Celebrates 30 Years Open This Weekend
Sometimes you just feel like the weekend needs to come a little early. Wednesday rolled on and by the time Thursday hit you're internally screaming "I'm ready for you, Friday!"

5:00PM Thu. Jan. 23, Diane Zaragoza Read More | Comment »

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Papi Churro’s BDE in a Queen-Dominated Scene
“I want my drag persona to be this force of reckoning,” drag king Papi Churro declared to Qmmunity. “Like Big Dick Energy without having the dick.”

10:00AM Wed. Jan. 22, A. Micah Mills Read More | Comment »

Local Musician Serenades Those Uncut *Ahem* Gems
Hey guys. We have got to talk about dick: the eggplant emoji of the body; the hot dog of the human form; and the subject of local musician Jinx McGee’s new song, “4SKIN.”

11:00AM Tue. Jan. 14, James Scott Read More | Comment »

Local Reporter Gets GLAAD Nom
Congratulations are in order. Lauren McGaughy, a queer woman working for The Dallas Morning News as an investigative reporter in its Austin bureau, has been rightfully nominated for a 2020 GLAAD Media Award for her article “Texas Leads the Nation in Transgender Murders. After the Latest Attack, the Dallas Trans Community Asks Why.”

11:55AM Fri. Jan. 10, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

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