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Josh Thomas’s New Show Promises Everything’s Gonna Be Okay
Australian phenom Josh Thomas – whose first show, Please Like Me (which he created, wrote, directed and starred in), you may have encountered on Hulu – is back with a new series, this time in the ol’ U.S. of A.

12:45PM Wed. Dec. 11, 2019, Erica Lies Read More | Comment »

Q Toys Up for Sale
In a newsletter sent out last month, Q Toys announced store proprietor Stephanie Boggs was seeking a new owner to take over the adult boutique.

8:00AM Fri. Dec. 6, 2019, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Keeping Life Queer in 2020
Like clockwork, the season of gifting is once again upon us, and once again we at Qmmunity find ourselves puzzling over the past 11 months. The good, the bad, the weird.

12:01AM Thu. Dec. 5, 2019, Sarah Marloff, Beth Sullivan, James Scott, A. Micah Mills, Lilli Hime, ena ganguly and Kayla Meier Read More | Comment »

Bettie Pvnk Graduates Top of Her Drag Class
Cue Pomp and Circumstance for the graduating queens of Sabel Scities’ Drag Class. At the top of her class, Bettie Pvnk is semester eight’s valedictorian.

9:00AM Wed. Dec. 4, 2019, A. Micah Mills Read More | Comment »

Gender Neutral Suiting Comes to Texas
Houston, we have gender-neutral suiting! A month ago, the city three hours to our south was granted the gift of Sharpe Suiting. The Los Angeles-based gender-neutral suit company has opened its first central region location, and we’re excited.

6:35PM Tue. Nov. 26, 2019, Kayla Meier Read More | Comment »

Gender Unbound's Winter Art Market Returns
Winter signifies many things for everyone: a time for connection, the season to buy a bunch of cool shit for yourself and others, a chance to celebrate various holidays. For all that it is, a single definition can’t corner winter, much in the same way as singular definition eludes the qmmunity.

3:50PM Tue. Nov. 26, 2019, James Scott Read More | Comment »

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Cheer Up Charlies Owners Take Over Rio Rita
Over the summer, patrons of cafe and bar Rio Rita on 12th and Chicon found an actual “Gone Fishin’” sign taped to the door. The posting from owners Donya and Randall Stockton elaborated: “Just kidding. Closed for some repairs and remodeling. Be Back ASAP.” The unexpected months-long closure will finally come to a close under new ownership.

4:25PM Thu. Nov. 21, 2019, Rachel Rascoe Read More | Comment »

A Successful Fifth Year for Austin International Drag Festival
The fifth annual Austin International Drag Festival had it all – airborne wigs and dollar bills, dresses made of shower curtains, live singing, and, as put succinctly by May May Graves, numerous kings and queens “taking down the patriarchy and looking cute doing it.”

4:50PM Wed. Nov. 20, 2019, Saskia Henn Read More | Comment »

A Proposal in Our Pages. The Crossword to Be Exact.
Austinite Jen Corton had originally planned a bigger proposal, one where she and her girlfriend Kellie McManus would visit New York together so that they could see the snow, surrounded by family, before popping the question. As it happens, those plans fell through.

2:00PM Wed. Nov. 20, 2019, Alyssa Quiles Read More | Comment »

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