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Diversidad Sin Fronteras, PJ Raval Unite Over Trans Rights
As federal and state attacks on immigrants have intensified since the xenophobic Trump administration, a doubly marginalized group – trans migrants – have become an even more vulnerable target.

11:20AM Fri. Nov. 15, 2019, Mary Tuma Read More | Comment »

Yo Soy Podcast Amplifies Queer Latinx Voices
Inspired by his passion to share stories as means to connect with others, Floridian transplant Alejandro Victoria became the self-motivated, one-man-band behind Yo Soy podcast. In 2017, he launched the project in an effort to amplify the voices of queer Latinx folks, ones that are often silenced or overlooked in mainstream media.

2:15PM Thu. Nov. 14, 2019, ena ganguly Read More | Comment »

The Future Is Transhuman
Science fiction often asks its audience to imagine a future where people augment themselves with increasingly progressive technology – a concept that feels far less removed for trans and nonbinary folks. This concept of a queered future is what drives The Future of Ismael, the new production from Austin’s Generic Ensemble Company.

3:39PM Wed. Nov. 13, 2019, Charlie Mangan Read More | Comment »

Queer Eye’s Karamo Brown Brings His Children’s Book To Austin
You are good enough. A simple message every kid — and adult — deserves to hear.

12:45PM Tue. Nov. 5, 2019, A. Micah Mills Read More | Comment »

Austin Designer Spotlighted In UK Fashion App’s Texas Campaign
Where do the fashionable Gen-Zers go for their hawt lewks?

10:15AM Fri. Nov. 1, 2019, James Scott Read More | Comment »

Bianca Del Rio Targets Austin in It’s Jester Joke
Move over Pennywise, we’ve got a new clown in town. Season six RuPaul’s Drag Race winner and comedy drag queen Bianca Del Rio sashays back into Austin on November 7, with her fourth touring stand-up comedy show It’s Jester Joke.

11:30AM Wed. Oct. 30, 2019, A. Micah Mills Read More | Comment »

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Texas Book Festival 2019:
Finding Their Power
The story of the CIA laboring to get Doctor Zhivago published in the late Fifties and the story of a group of queer Uruguayan women creating a sanctuary where they can escape persecution in the late Seventies – you’d be forgiven for thinking they’re not an obvious pairing.

12:15PM Mon. Oct. 28, 2019, Rosalind Faires Read More | Comment »

Texas Book Festival 2019:
My Story Is More Than the Struggle
Memoir is a popular form today, one of the consistently bestselling genres. It’s a form I love, because I value hearing a person’s actual lived experience. Two authors, Mitchell Jackson and Jaquira Diaz, shared their memoirs in a Saturday session titled “My Story Is More Than the Struggle.”

11:45AM Mon. Oct. 28, 2019, Laura Jones Read More | Comment »

Texas Book Festival 2019:
All by Myself: Loneliness in Fiction
Sadly, Sarah Rose Etter had to duck out of this panel last minute, but Kristen Arnett (Mostly Dead Things) and Kevin Huizenga (The River at Night) had no problem filling the void by discussing their own voids – both as writers and authors whose characters often experience an ache of emptiness.

11:15AM Mon. Oct. 28, 2019, Barbara Purcell Read More | Comment »

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