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Shane Whalley Won’t Back Down
As the Legislature hit the finish line, many LGBTQ+ Texans felt pummeled by the number of bills targeting them, including Senate Bill 14, which bans gender affirming care for trans minors, and Senate Bill 17, which abolishes diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives from public universities.

12:00PM Mon. Jun. 26, 2023, Adam Cherian Read More | Comment »

Bidi Bidi Birthdays for Selena and Frida Friday ATX
April 16 marks the birthday of two iconic figures: Selena, the “Queen of Tejano,” and Frida Friday ATX, the event organizer leading the way for fun, intersectional affairs in Austin. Both share the spotlight this Sunday at the Anything for Selena’s Celebration, noon-6pm, at the Brewtorium.

1:45PM Fri. Apr. 14, 2023, James Scott Read More | Comment »

Bidi Bidi Birthdays for Selena and Frida Friday ATX
 
Paramount Theatre and the Little Gay Shop Host Big Gay Nights Out
Just in time for Moontower Just for Laughs comedy festival, Paramount Theatre and The Little Gay Shop present their collaborative effort Big Gay Nights Out. A joint production, each night creates a “queer celebratory space” to enjoy before attending an event with LGBTQ comedy, drag, music and more.

12:30PM Fri. Mar. 31, 2023, James Scott Read More | Comment »

Bill of the Week: Texas GOP Targets Transgender Youth
Many LGBTQ advocacy groups in Texas say that if there’s one anti-trans law to rail against this legislative session (and there are dozens), it’s this one: House Bill 1686.

3:05PM Tue. Mar. 28, 2023, Dex Wesley Parra Read More | Comment »

Qmmunity’s (Non-Exhaustive) Guide to Local Queer Austin Biz
You want to live like a queer Austinite, but don’t know where to start? Whether you’re visiting for one of our myriad festivals, just moved into town, or want to make a gay bucket list of ATX delights, here’s a non-exhaustive list of local LGBTQ spots you’ll love.

9:00AM Mon. Mar. 6, 2023, James Scott Read More | Comment »

Finding Queer Family Within and Without Faith
For many kids growing up in the early 2000s, Britney Spears and Disney Channel were childhood staples. That is, unless you grew up as an Evangelical Christian like Jey Austen and Clint Keller.

9:30AM Fri. Mar. 3, 2023, Joelle DiPaolo Read More | Comment »

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Queer Craft Night Adds a Casual Quality to LGBTQ Socializing
Every other Wednesday night, the clack of knitting needles melds with the hum of conversation at the Cherrywood Coffeehouse as people unleash their creativity at Queer Craft Night.

9:30AM Wed. Feb. 15, 2023, Joelle DiPaolo Read More | Comment »

Queer Craft Night Adds a Casual Quality to LGBTQ Socializing
 
Goodluckhavefun Gallery Gets a Visit From “Yours,” Truly
Last Sunday, I pulled up on the curving driveway of Goodluckhavefun – a gallery curated within the garage of a house on Enfield Road. Waiting for me was not just co-founder and artist Tim McCool, but also the intriguing exhibition “Yours,” that featured six queer artists and their pieces on how objects teach their viewers how to see them.

9:30AM Sat. Jan. 14, 2023, James Scott Read More | Comment »

Serving Cxnt, Texas Style
Last August during Austin Pride, I admitted to a drunk guy in the W Austin that I’d not been to Coco Cxnts yet, the Best of Austin-winning drag brunch that’s crowned Fourth Street’s Coconut Club for two thrilling years. His response: “Can you even say you’re an Austin gay if you haven’t been?”

9:30AM Fri. Jan. 13, 2023, James Scott Read More | Comment »

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