Wahneta Trotter (a certified Ayurvedic and Panchakarma specialist) and yoga therapist and mindfulness coach Kelly Marshall lead you through a refreshing(ly queer) yoga class followed by healthy libations to quench your thirst.
Join EQTX and local beer experts for the third annual Marriage Equality Celebration. Though the shenanigans – comedy by Gutbusters and tunes by DJs Breezah and Lolo – last from 1-5pm, 15% of the full day's sales will go to EQTX.
Q Toys is kicking off a series of self defense and personal safety workshops for literally anyone in any community that's harassed or those wishing to step up their ally game. Light psychical activity required, but a great time will surely be had by all.
Gender Unbound (returning for year three on Sept. 29-30) is looking for trans and intersex artists looking to share their work at this year's festival. Artists from across the globe are encouraged to submit (they offer some travel assistance too)! Details under submission. See our coverage of the fest here.
Lisa Davis captured history. Her photography, memorializing Austin's lesbian and queer music scene of the Nineties, is on exhibit at the Austin History Center. Don't miss this moment. Read our review on the show.
The city's flagship Pride celebration starts off with the fest at Fiesta Gardens then flows into neon nighttime parade rolling from the Capitol all the way down Congress to 4th Street. Peeping the parade is free, but you gotta pay to enter the fest for its multitude of entertainers. Snag yours now.