Sarah Bork presents a series of portraits, all featuring drag performers as they grocery shop, "paired with handwritten grocery lists and extensive interviews, exploring a nuanced spectrum of identity and experience beyond the traditional gender binary." Opening night will have drag performances, free food, and a chance to see the art up close.
Crack open a new queer lit section every month with the Little Gay Book Club, a subscription-based "community of booklovers and bibliophiles that share in our passion for reading through conversations, monthly meetings, and events." Meetings are available virtually and in-person.
Transgender Education Network of Texas invites you to a day of advocacy at the Capitol, with an opportunity to visit the offices of your legislative representatives to champion for LGBTQ rights alongside folks from all over the state.
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.