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Kingz for a Day at Austin International Drag Fest
Between aGLIFF wrapping in September and OUTsider not starting up until February, what’s a queer, festival-loving Austinite to do in the downtime?

12:50PM Mon. Nov. 12, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Alpha Female Films Tackles Queer Life in a Podunk Town
If you’re a queer Austinite (and subscribing to Qmmunity’s new newsletter, which you should, like, totally do), then you’ve probably already heard about this Sunday’s One Night Only: Drag with an Expiration Date, an extravaganza where local drag artists will morph into never-before-seen queens for one night and one night only.

1:45PM Fri. Nov. 9, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Hulu's The Bisexual Creates Believable Queer Narratives
Queers. Sometimes we just want a light-hearted comedy that lets us laugh rather than cry about our miscommunication issues, and that’s exactly what we get with Hulu’s latest series The Bisexual, premiering in its entirety on Friday, November 16.

1:15PM Mon. Nov. 5, Ray Emerson Read More | Comment »

Comic Makes Case for Austin City Council Candidate Danielle Skidmore
“Having more trans and non-binary representation in our government would protect our rights and provide better accuracy of our interests." So opens cartoonist Sage Coffey’s recent comic published on the Nib, an online publication that specializes in political cartoons.

11:20AM Fri. Nov. 2, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Shout Out to the Queer Best of Austin Winners
Hopefully by now you’ve realized our 2018 "Best of Austin" issue is out – on stands and online now! It’s safe to say, "Best Of" is my favorite issue The Austin Chronicle team puts out each year. (And a huge round of applause to our Editor-in-Chief and "BOA" editor Kim Jones for doing such a bang-up job on this one!)

1:55PM Thu. Nov. 1, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Michelle Tea Brings Her Latest Book to UT
Michelle Tea, our patron saint of queer, feminist writing, has penned everything from cult classics like Valencia and Black Wave to Modern Tarot,p a how-to guide on taroting reading.

11:19AM Wed. Oct. 24, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

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Saturday's Sí Se Puede! Wants to Mobilize the Vote
With the start of early voting kicking off Monday, Oct. 22, and Election Day just two weeks away (Tuesday, Nov. 6), mobilizing for a better Texas, and America, is of immediate importance.

3:00PM Thu. Oct. 18, Courtney Naquin Read More | Comment »

You Don’t Have to be Straight With Olly Alexander
It’s two days after National Coming Out Day when Qmmunity catches up with Years & Years frontman Olly Alexander, and the singer is still mulling over what the annual LGBTQ awareness day means to him this year.

9:00AM Thu. Oct. 18, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Erica Anderson Comes to Texas State
Dr. Erica Anderson is a leading expert in transgender medical practices. With a successful career in psychology, she’s considered one of the most well-known and respected transgender doctors in America, but her fame extends beyond the medical world.

7:00AM Thu. Oct. 18, Courtney Naquin Read More | Comment »

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