Escúchame for Orlando is “a place for queer Latinxs to come together and let our voices be heard about the massacre in the Pulse nightclub in Orlando. This is an anonymous space because whether you’re out to the whole world, or just to yourself, you deserve to be heard.”
Last year we hosted a post-pride brunch and it was really nice (albeit a bit rainy coz england) – this year how about a pre-pride one?
House of Babes is an event collective of San Francisco’s hottest DJs, promoters and artists who have been active in queer nightlife for over 10 years. HOB is known for drawing huge crowds and having some of the most prolific queer acts and DJs in the scene.
Every year we host a Pride Month Meetup. This year we’ll have a chill beach meetup at Hollywood Beach!
Meet-up for Malaysian straddlers + LGBTQIAA (alphabet soup) at Owl & Pussycat followed by drinks and chats (maybe Blokus and Jenga) at my house on Jalan 14/30.
Season 4 of Orange is the New Black premieres June 17th and you probably wanna watch it with some of the best queer humans!
HELLO EVERYONE. Especially those of you who are lovely, Autostraddle-loving queer women and non-binary folks who are attending Dublin Pride this year. The time is upon us again to have another #AutoPride social.
We will make it through this together.
I’m feeling myself this week. Are you? Get in here and tell me about it!
We’ve got fan fiction, threesomes, Heather Hogan’s sister and so much more!
You’ve read their writing so now let’s officially meet them!
This week we’ve got snapchat haikus, bison jokes and so much more!
I’ve missed you so much. Get in here and tell me everything!
“I will lick that shit out of any allegedly “empty” sauce container of aioli regardless of its size in comparison to my tongue and how many people watch in horror or confusion when I refuse to let its gelatinous goodness remain clinging to the sides of its serving dish where it would otherwise remain unused, unwanted and unappreciated.”
When faith, spirituality, and cultural practice feel complicated and contradictory, it can help to have a physical object to hold onto and reflect upon. These items can root us to our histories of faith — or they may simply be a symbol of old memories.
A personal take on showing up, hiking through it, and knots and how to tie them.
Can you capture some of the magic of A-Camp’s Diarist Hike where you live? Based on my experiences, I’d say yes.
This week at A-Camp, we’ll be using all these cans to make simple repoussé earrings. If you’ve got a can waiting to be recycled, bust out your scissors and join us. And if not, I bet there’s something cold in your fridge just begging for you to drink it.
How do real-life communities based off of online ones maintain safe and inclusive spaces? Let’s talk about it!
Poetry slams and open mics for queer poets of all stripes to try out.