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OUTsider Fest Review: Rhythm Nation 1814
As Austin’s transmedia celebration OUTsider Fest brought its fifth year to a close, there was perhaps no better way to end the festival than with a performance sidebar dedicated to Janet Jackson.

11:00AM Mon. Feb. 25, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

OUTsider Fest Review: Nia & Ness' Home.
If one woman told the truth about her life, poet Muriel Rukeyser wrote, the world would split open. Nia and Ness are definitely in the business of splitting the world open, one performance, one audience at a time.

11:21AM Sat. Feb. 23, Lilli Hime Read More | Comment »

UT Alum Danielle Villasana Shines a Light on the Trans Women of Peru
What do you do when you’re not expected to live past the age of 35? You snapshot your life to keep a part of you alive.

5:00PM Thu. Feb. 21, Alex Puente Read More | Comment »

OUTsider Fest Review: Our Future Ends?
I’ll be honest; I didn’t expect to like the lemurs.

11:15AM Thu. Feb. 21, Lilli Hime Read More | Comment »

Queer Music Forerunner Phranc Receives OUTsider Legacy Award
When Santa Monica’s resident queerdo Phranc submitted her newest multimedia performance piece to this year’s fifth annual OUTsider Festival, she felt pretty confident. Still, she was surprised by Artistic Director Curran Nault’s response.

11:15AM Tue. Feb. 19, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Local Orgs Help Identify Medical & Legal Support for Trans Residents
Kind Clinic’s work providing health care to Austin’s LGBTQ community is not restricted to the clinical setting. Along with Out Youth and Austin Medical-Legal Partnership, Kind is now hosting Gender Affirmation: Law and Advocacy.

4:30PM Mon. Feb. 18, Alex Puente Read More | Comment »

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Bat City Bombshells Burlesque Flip Off Valentine's Day With an Adult Twist
Now in its 11th year, the Bat City Bombshells’ Anti-Valentine’s Day Burlesque Show shimmies into Come and Take It Live this Friday, Feb. 8, 8pm, for an evening of costuming, dance, and – if desired – spanking, all in the name of snapping Cupid’s arrow in half.

2:00PM Wed. Feb. 6, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

LGBTQ Caucus' Queer Priorities at the Texas Capitol
The Texas House of Representatives’ recently formed LGBTQ Caucus isn’t losing any momentum. Less than a month after forming, the Caucus – now 21 Dems deep – held its first press conference on Tuesday, Feb. 5, to announce the group’s 2019 legislative priorities. González

12:20PM Wed. Feb. 6, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

QueerBomb 2019 Needs Volunteers to Keep Fighting the Good Fight
If you’re excited for QueerBomb this year, chances are, they’re just as excited for you. And in need of you.

4:45PM Wed. Jan. 30, Lilli Hime Read More | Comment »

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Causing Trouble as We Smiled: A Dusty Story Playwright Timothy Braun remembers the canine companion who changed his life
Community Organizer Heidi Sloan Announces Candidacy for TX-25 Joins Dem primary race in Austin-to-Fort Worth district
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Council Members To Back Abortion Support Budget Measure Garza, Casar plan support for $100K in abortion assistance

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