Truly the sky is the limit! Ask about anything!
This very weekend, right now in fact, we’re opening the A+ Members Discord Server again! Who knows what will happen! Tarot readings! Book clubs! Impromptu skillshare workshops! Lessons for elders about how to use TikTok! More pet photos! 9am PST Saturday March 6 – 8pm PST Sunday March 7
You can ask us about so many topics: including but not limited to Tarot, gender, budgeting, dating, movies, pop culture, sports, D&D, sobriety and MORE!
Last time we thought a few dozen people might show up, and actually nearly 500 people showed up, so! Let’s go again!
We’re going to be 12, we’re fundraising and we are celebrating your life-affirming, mind-blowing support with a giveaway, AMA and more!
We live in a time when you can see yourself reflected in all kinds of media, from all kinds of corporations, who never liked to talk about us before. But when you click on those things, you are giving people money who are not part of our community.
Join us for a conversation with Riese Bernard (Co-Founder and CEO of Autostraddle) and Gabrielle Korn (author of “Everybody (Else) is Perfect,” former EIC of Nylon, former Autostraddle writer) about building the queer media you want to see in the world, and the work that is left to do!
From 6am PST February 13 – 8pm PST February 14, we’re hosting an A+ Member Only Discord Server with channels for (maybe) meeting dates, meeting internet friends, or just sharing photos of your houseplants and adorable animal companions.
Autostraddle leadership will your questions live (virtually) with our voices and faces! Ask about the vision, the fundraiser, what we’re planning, our favorite cookies — we want to hear from you and then talk to you through a screen!
On Sunday June 28, the anniversary of the start of the Stonewall Riots, we threw a little digital shindig to celebrate Pride as an uprising and to raise money for Women for Political Change in Minneapolis. We’re giving A+ Members access even if they couldn’t make the live show because they’re the best, so if you sign up now, you just have to await the weekly A+ E-News for details!
Featuring El Sanchez, Jes Tom, Junauda Petrus-Nasah and Be Steadwell, 100% of ticket proceeds go to support Women for Political Change in Minneapolis!
Far Out Cabaret is an interactive night of hilarious gameshows, experimental community experiences, and queer, edgy and provocative performances that push against the status quo. Join us for unforgettable online shenanigans Friday, April 24 – all from the comfort of your own home!
Join Out at the J at the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan virtually for our 2nd annual Queer Seder. The program will take place virtually. All are welcome, regardless of identity or religion.
Nikki Palumbo (UCB, Reductress) and Taylor Ortega (JFL, Disney) host this magazine-turned-comedy show of their queer teen dreams! This month’s issue features the very hunky Mary Beth Barone (Comedy Central), Julia Shiplett (Clusterfest), Jessica Henderson (Glamour Magazine), and Natalie Rotter-Laitman (August Exploration).
It’s Saturn Returned edition #6… new year, new venue! Don’t let January get you down, we’ve got delicious drinks and fantastic folks to keep you energized.
New York offers a variety of queer events, but it can be hard to find a party that starts before 10pm — most of us have work in the morning and need our beauty rest. When you do get out to the party, you typically encounter a gaggle of fresh-faced adorable gays who don’t remember when MTV played music videos. Bless them, but it can be alienating for us more seasoned folks.
This party is for any queer-identified women (and queer-ID’d folks who date us) over the age of 30! That includes lesbian, bi, pan, queer, trans, non-binary, gender expansive, butch, femme, etc and anywhere in between.
CREATIVE PEEPS! Do you like art and happy hour drinks? Girl(friends) is hosting an all female and non-binary art show for New Year’s Day! We are party series called Girl(friends)– it’s a music and friendship meet-up for girls and non-binary people to connect with other girls and non-binary people. Our next party is going to be a New Year’s Day party (Jan 1st). It’s our first year anniversary event at the Friend Bar in Silverlake. We’ll have a Female/non-binary vendor market that opens at 4, live performances from 6-9, then DJ after that.
Event link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/girlfriends-new-years-day-pop-up-marketplace-tickets-83486611703
Stay up late with Teatotaller and catch the triumphant return of The L Word: Generation Q this Sunday!
Doors at 9:30pm, Show starts at 10pm
Nikki Palumbo (UCB, Reductress) and Taylor Ortega (JFL, Disney) host this magazine-turned-comedy show of their queer teen dreams! This month’s issue features the very funny and heart-throbby Ana Fabrega (Los Espookys), Julia Shiplett (Clusterfest), Glo Butler (Glo in the City), Caitlin Reese (Women In Comedy Festival), and Chris Shurr (YasFest).
Transgiving party for chosen family and friends. Music, poetry, dance, community organizing. Vegan feast provided. All ages.
On December 4th, “To L and Back” is doing a live recording in Los Angeles with the cast of “The L Word: Generation Q” and we’d love to see you there!
Queer Film Theory 101 is a monthly comedy show, hosted by Veronica Garza (MTV), where LGBTQ performers “out” the films that influenced their identity. It’s free and fabulous!
This month’s performers are: