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Glossy by Kind Clinic Offers Gender-Affirming Aesthetic Treatments
If your Instagram Reel watch data looks anything like mine, then non-surgical aesthetic treatments are a well-known phenom.

9:00AM Thu. Jun. 20, James Scott Read More | Comment »

A Trans Journalist With the Taliban in Transition
Afghanistan has fallen from the headlines, but Jordan Bryon has worked hard to keep its story in the news. However, he didn’t expect to be a conflict journalist. In fact, he said, “I actively avoided covering the war.”

11:10AM Fri. Apr. 5, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Cirque du Soleil Performer Guillaume Blais Crystalizes His Art
Based out of Montreal, queer trapeze artist and aerialist Guillaume Blais has performed in over 5,000 shows in more than 30 countries. But before all that, Blais was a hairdresser who made wigs for Cirque du Soleil – the very same company he’ll be performing with this Wednesday through Sunday, Feb. 21-25, in CRYSTAL at the H-E-B Center in Cedar Park.

9:00AM Wed. Feb. 21, James Scott Read More | Comment »

Swishing It Up for OUTsider Fest 2024
Winter winds blow, but there’s no chill whatsoever when it comes to this year’s OUTsider Fest, celebrating 10 years of outsider art with the theme “The Swish Up.” Austin’s premier transmedia event blows through the Vortex from Feb. 15-18 carrying with it a whole host of fantastic artists, performances, and opportunities to really bake your noodle.

9:30AM Tue. Jan. 16, James Scott Read More | Comment »

Changing Nations, Changing Generations: PJ Raval’s Who We Become
When someone says that they are first generation, they generally mean that they moved to the States. But PJ Raval has a different way of looking at it.

7:00AM Tue. Jan. 9, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Qmmunity’s 2023 Gift Guide
Jingle bells/ Abbott smells/ The Earth is getting hotter/ The holidays are on their way/ and gift giving's getting harder. Okay, not my best work. Lemme do what I’m a little better at: pointing y’all toward great gifts for the gays in your life. Here are local queer-created picks that are sure to please.

12:00AM Thu. Dec. 7, 2023, James Scott Read More | Comment »

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A Very Gen Z Road Trip in Egghead & Twinkie
Ah, youth: Many call it the best years of our lives, but the real heads know that being young is hard as hell. That’s why coming-of-age films resonate across generations, and why it’s so important for each generation to have their version of this much-loved genre.

2:32PM Thu. Oct. 26, 2023, James Scott Read More | Comment »

Alamo Drafthouse Becomes Silver Sponsor for the Trevor Project
With LGBTQ people – especially young people – increasingly under threat, it's really time for companies that claim they are allies to put their money where their mouth is. The Alamo Drafthouse has done just that, with the announcement that it has raised nearly $60,000 for the Trevor Project.

11:00AM Fri. Aug. 11, 2023, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

New Documentary Every Body Illuminates the “I” in LGBTQIA
For all the GOP’s obsession with biology when it comes to queer people’s bodies, there’s up to 2% of the population that is living proof that gender is more shades of grey than black and white. New documentary Every Body highlights the intersex experience through three activists’ fight for basic human rights.

4:30PM Fri. Jun. 30, 2023, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

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