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  • Marble Falls Pride Fest 2024 ❤️🏳️‍🌈🥳🏳️‍⚧️❤️

    It's time for Pride, y'all! Once again hosted by the Highland Lakes Equality Center, they hope to see you at Johnson Park in Marble Falls for fun, food, & shopping!! Event is all ages and free to attend!
    Sat. June 22, 10am-2pm  
    Johnson Park
  • 16th Austin Asian American Film Festival

    For the Austin Asian American Film Festival's Sweet 16 edition, their lineup of 31 films delves into intimate stories of relationships, personal growth, and finding your inner strength. Not unlike what many of us experience as teens. See them all with live Q&As from filmmakers, events, and community gatherings!
    June 26-30  
    AFS Cinema
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    Theatre

    Always a Boy

    Author of Never a Girl, Always a Boy and subsequent co-playwright of its stage adaptation Jo Ivester hopes the play written alongside her son Jeremy serves to “contribute to the growing awareness of what it means to be Trans.” After an industry presentation in NYC with Tony-Award winning A Strange Loop producer JJ Maley directing, this personal transition story comes home for its world premiere at Ground Floor featuring director Lisa Scheps and performers Laura Leo Kelly, Kaden Ono, Molly Fonseca, Nathan Jerkins, Max Green, Chelsea Corwin, Trace Turner, and Jeremy.– James Scott
    Thursdays-Sundays. Through March 1
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    Amplify Black Voices: Celebrating Black Trailblazers

    Queer Black Women Alliance hosts a Saturday afternoon symposium on the different intersections of Black life, including community health, identity, and economic equity. The event schedules three conversations – “Black, Trans, and Published,” “DeSTIgmatizing HIV,” and “Economic and Racial Equity” – between writer KB Brookins, Austin Justice Coalition founder Chas Moore, health educator Jimmy Baker, and Queer Black Women Alliance founder Arijah Rashid. Free to the public and complete with a Q+A session, organizers promise, “This is a space to learn, be vulnerable, brave, and ask questions.” – Carys Anderson
    Sat., Feb. 24
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    Nightlife & Parties

    Austin Rubber Roundup

    The Rubber Roundup’s mission is “to bring together everyone to our blossoming city of kink and weird to make it shine for a weekend,” and we’re for that 100%. But let’s stretch it rubberwise to 110% for the capital of this legislatively repressive Lone Star State. You don’t have to come in rubber gear – vanilla to vinyl, Lycra to leather, it’s all welcome – and you needn’t be LGBTQIA+ – just bring your authentic self to see and learn and celebrate rubber as fashion, fetish, sensuality, and aesthetic. Bonus: a vendor market with Package Menswear, Sir Rat Leather & Gear, Glanzig, Vilain Garçon, and more. – Wayne Alan Brenner
    Feb. 23-25
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    Nightlife & Parties

    Drag Me to the Tavern

    Hail and well met, traveler, and join host Sir TRT (Travis Randy Travis) at this drag show featuring the talents of Sinful Purchase, Jenna Talia, Solovino, and Tangelo.
    Sat., Feb. 24  
    Tiny Minotaur Tavern, 2701 E. Cesar Chavez
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    Austin Front Runners

    Join other LGBTQ runners for a 3-10 mile trek around Lady Bird Lake.
    Tuesdays, 6pm, Thursdays, 6pm and Saturdays, 10am
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    Brunch with the Babes

    A top-notch brunch from yer fave babes Maxine LaQueene and Eileen Dover with drag & burlesque by rotating cast Adrienne Park, Jayden Daniels, Asami, and Mars Morningstar.
    Saturdays, 3pm. Free but RSVP.  
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    Arts & Culture

    Madly Involved

    Curated by Texan Mueni Loko Rudd, this exhibition highlights art from Black creators like Audrey Lyall, Moses Leonardo, Sacugar, and Big Linda. Opening night is this Friday, but the show runs through April 14.
    Thursdays-Sundays. Through April 14
    Future Front, 1900 E. 12th
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    Naked Yoga For Gay Guys

    Austin Naked Yoga provides a safe environment to remove your clothes, open up to other gay men, and find freedom in movement.
    Mondays, Wednesdays, 7:30am, Wed., Oct. 26, 7:30am and Saturdays, 10:30am. $5, first class.
    Multiple locations
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    OutFitness Run Club

    Get on your feet for a Saturday stroll with one of three groups: a 1-2 mile walk, a 3-mile run/walk, and a 5-mile jog. All groups end in a JuiceLand meetup.
    Fourth Saturday of every month, 9am
    The Rock at Town Lake, 2102-2104 Stephen F. Austin Dr.
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    TGQ Social 2

    A social gathering for gender diverse folks where you can meet new people and relax among friends.
    Fourth Saturday of every month, 5-8pm
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    Arts & Culture

    The Little Gay Book Club

    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.
    $0-50 per month.
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