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One Helluva Queer Adventure: 50-State Story Tour
Ten years ago, the I’m From Driftwood crew hit the road with a mission: Travel throughout the country in an effort to capture LGBTQ stories from queers across the U.S.

4:08PM Tue. May 21, 2019, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

UPDATE: #SaveChickFilA Bill Moves Closer to Adoption in a Blow to LGBTQ Rights
Updated Tuesday, May 21, 1pm:
After another hour of debate on Tuesday, May 21, the Texas House has passed Senate Bill 1978 by a vote of 79-64.

4:25PM Fri. May 17, 2019, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Caleb De Casper's New EP Is Here and Totally Queer
“My brain is fucked.” So growls Caleb De Casper on the opening track “Elephants” of De Casper. It’s a ghastly line, but coming from the lipsticked-smeared smirk of Austin’s resident trashy glamster, the proclamation is only fitting for his debut EP, which drops this Friday, May 17.

3:50PM Wed. May 15, 2019, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Comedian Arielle Isaac Norman Asks, “How Dark Can We Get?”
Arielle Isaac Norman might be the grossest comic in Austin. Or, then again, it might be Norman’s friend and Gender Fluids podcast co-host Austin Smartt. “I have always described her as the only comic in Austin who’s more disgusting than I am.” Norman assures, “We really are the two most disgusting comics in town.”

10:16AM Mon. May 13, 2019, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Capital City Men’s Chorus Celebrates 30 Years
Almost everyone knows of the Stonewall Riots, but countless figures and legacies contributed to the present-day LGBTQ rights movement and have long gone unsung. But this spring, Austin's Capital City Men’s Chorus will illuminate the lesser known stories of America’s 20th century LGBTQ icons at Unbreakable: Untold Stories of Our Community.

9:00AM Mon. May 6, 2019, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Oscar-Winning Screenwriter Revisits Milk With Austin Screening
In 1977, Harvey Milk became California’s first openly gay public official when he was elected to San Francisco Board of Supervisors. He, along with S.F. Mayor George Mascone, was assassinated by Dan White nearly a year after taking office.

7:00AM Fri. May 3, 2019, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

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Return to the Seventies at Bobcat Ball
Calling all drag queens, kings, and everyone in between! If you love the club scene and are looking for a spectacular drag performance, look no further. You can get all that and more at the Bobcat Ball, happening Saturday, April 27, at the Stonewall Warehouse in San Marcos.

11:00AM Thu. Apr. 25, 2019, Alex Puente Read More | Comment »

Anti-LGBTQ Bills Advancing in the Texas Lege
Consider this your rallying call.

6:50PM Wed. Apr. 24, 2019, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Erica Nix’s LGBTQ Fitness Class Empowers Trans Community Through Movement
For being the city’s only queer fitness space, the now-shuttered Transform Fitness had a shocking lack of Pride paraphernalia. It was altogether unassuming, without even a rainbow kettlebell in sight. Just looking at it, you’d think it was like any other gym in the world.

2:15PM Wed. Apr. 24, 2019, Lilli Hime Read More | Comment »

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