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FLAVNT Clothing Company Helps Queer Community Flaunt Who They Are
“It was born out of pride, like flaunt what you got; be unapologetic,” Courtney Rhodes, co-owner of FLAVNT Streetwear, says of the company’s name.

4:00PM Tue. Jul. 16, 2019, Alexandra Currie-Buckner Read More | Comment »

Louisianna Purchase Named Dragula Season Three Contestant
Something must be in the air, cuz less than a month after local queen Miss Kitty Litter announced her participation in Camp Wannakiki season two, another Austin drag star will find herself gracing the silver screen. By now the news is out: Louisianna Purchase is a season three contestant of the Boulet Brothers’ Dragula!

12:55PM Fri. Jul. 12, 2019, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

How Rooster Teeth Built Meaningful Diversity Into gen:LOCK
How can a show created by a bunch of self-described straight white dudes ensure that it builds diversity and representation into its structure? In the case of gen:LOCK, the latest series from Austin's Rooster Teeth studio, it's by taking time, making the effort, and asking the right people the right questions.

6:00AM Wed. Jul. 10, 2019, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Trans UT Student Receives Caitlyn Jenner Foundation Scholarship
UT-Austin student Map Pesqueira has been awarded a $25,000 scholarship from the Caitlyn Jenner Foundation.

5:15PM Wed. Jul. 3, 2019, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Austin's aGLIFF Announces 2019 Honorees
Two major anniversaries in Nineties indie cinema – and the filmmakers who created them – will be celebrated next month at Austin's All Genders, Lifestyles, and Identities Film Festival, as the fest has announced that directors Rose Troche and Jim Fall will be honored with aGLIFF Tribute Awards.

8:00AM Wed. Jul. 3, 2019, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Troy Gomez and Billie Green Bring Their Designs to Austin
Fashion becomes a product of its creators and their experiences the way any art does. The people out there designing what society wears are, in a sense, designing what a society cares about, and therefore must be people with vision – an ability to see the hot, the now, the chic beyond chic.

5:21PM Tue. Jul. 2, 2019, James Scott Read More | Comment »

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For both LGBTIQA+ drivers and passengers, the rideshare experience simply isn’t the same as everyone else’s. Rides are tinged with worries about homophobia or getting harassed because of gender identity or sexual orientation.

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Austin Filmmakers PJ Raval, Andrew Bujalski, Leah Marino Join the Academy
Congratulations are in order for three of Austin’s moviemaking mainstays today, as the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announces its latest list of new members. Kudos to Andrew Bujalski, Leah Marino, and PJ Raval as they become the latest voting members of the Oscar-awarding industry body.

4:10PM Mon. Jul. 1, 2019, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Qwell Hosts Design Competition for LGBTQ Community Hub
Queer residents, architects, and activists gathered Saturday, June 15, for a design competition focused on creating a home for the third largest LGBTQ community in the United States. And by home, we mean a pop-up, traveling qmmunity center – an Austin Outpost, if you will.

10:00AM Thu. Jun. 27, 2019, Savana Dunning Read More | Comment »

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