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    Trans Lives/Trans Voices

    Every Thursday Ground Floor Theatre premieres new stories by and about trans and nonbinary Texans, including artists, advocates, and educators, as told in their own words through their own voices.
    Thu., March 25, 7pm. Free (donations welcome).  
    Online
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    "We'll Just Rock For Ourselves" Virtual Exhibit

    The Austin History Center's phenomenal 2018 exhibit on the late photographer Lisa Davis is now available online for your viewing pleasure. Davis' photos and videos capture the grrrls grrrls grrrls of Austin's lezzie rock scene in the Nineties. Revisit our review of the exhibit here, and don't forget to check out our interview with former Chronicle senior editor and "Gay Place" founder Kate X Messer, who was a key figure in curating her collection.
    Online
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    BookWoman BookGroup

    The BookWoman bibliophiles read Toni Morrison's debut novel The Bluest Eye. The book club typically meets on the fourth Thursday of the month, and new members are always welcome to join.
    Thu., March 25, 7-8:30pm. Free.  
    Online
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    Community

    Class Transitions

    Build yer strength training skills – and qmmunity bonds – with co-trainers Erica Nix and Rocky Lane.
    Thursdays, 6pm. Price varies.  
    Online
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    Don't Mess With LGBTQ Texans Conversation

    Equality Texas and Vivent Health (aka AIDS Services of Austin) hear from lawmakers and lobbyists about what‘s at stake for queer and trans Texans at this year‘s legislative session.
    Thu., March 25, 6pm. Free (registration required).  
    Online
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    Emergency Contraception and Pregnancy Test Kits

    Do you or someone you know need emergency contraception and pregnancy tests delivered? Volunteers with Jane's Due Process and the Bridge Collective ATX will deliver free, contactless emergency kits. Just text 866/999-5263 between 8am-11pm. Kits are delivered between 8am-10pm every day within a 20-mile radius of Austin, usually within 12 hours for emergency contraceptive and within 48 hours for the pregnancy test, depending on volunteer availability.
    Delivery: Every day, 8am-10pm. Free.  
    Within 20-mile radius of ATX
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    Nightlife & Parties

    Kream!

    CupCake, Noodles, and DJ Ruby Knight's thirsty Thursgay has found a new home at OCH.
    Thursdays, 10pm-1am  
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    Lez B in Touch - Dykes You Should Know "Dyke-a-Day" Submissions

    Our fave lez party promoters – and the queer masterminds behind last year's Austin Dyke March – are asking lez and/or lez lovers to submit to Lez B in Touch's first-ever "Dyke-a-Day" IG series. Any and all flavors of performances about the lesbians in your life – past, present, and future – are welcome (just keep it under five minutes, bbs).
    Ongoing  
    Online
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    Programming Pride Survey

    Take a few minutes to fill out this anonymous survey to help Austin‘s Dougherty Arts Center develop its LGBTQIA programming in the cultural arts.
    Deadline: April 30. Free.  
    Online
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    The Queer and Trans Community Closet

    Starting Sun., July 12, make your appointment for curbside pickup at Out Youth and the Transgender Wellness Program's qmmunity closet for bus passes, groceries, hygiene items, art supplies, select gender-affirming items, and more. Days and hours of operation vary.
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Workhorse Queen (2021)

    A doc about Sixties-inspired housewife Mrs. Kasha Davis (Ed Popil), who broke out of Rochester, N.Y., and onto the RuPaul's Drag Race stage at 44. Featuring a Q&A with Popil and director/producer Angela Washko, and moderated by aGLIFF spokesdiva Conchita.
    March 24-30. $12; free for aGLIFF members.  
    Online: www.agliff.org

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