Queer Film Theory 101 is a monthly comedy show, hosted by Sarah Kennedy and Veronica Garza, featuring LGBTQ performers “outing” the films that influenced their identity.
I came up to Penrith a year ago, and I have met hardly any queer ladies, so please come have some tea and cake with me.
We need to get some footage of people playing party games so we decided that since we’re going to set it up anyway, why not throw a party!?!
Sophie Santos and Jess Salomon bring you their Agenda™ with this banging variety show featuring the best lez, bi and queer comedians* of all time. Buckle up those Birkenstocks ladies… they’ve got big plans.
Come hang out at Taylor Park for an End-of-Pride-Month celebration!
Let’s end Pride Month by going rainbow (weekly LGBTQ night) roller skating at celesbian favorite Moonlight Rollerway.
Come enjoy good company, food, drinks, and games with other Straddlers at SF Pride! BYOD/F/B (drinks/food/blankets)!
Nice Jewish Girls+, a social group welcoming LGBTQIA-identified women, trans, genderqueer, and gender non-conforming people in the NYC area, will host a screening of ‘We Exist’ followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers and a special reception.
We’re hosting a barbeque for youth ages 12-21! We’ll have food, games, music, and lots of smiles 🙂 Parents, friends and allies are welcome with a youth.
Wind down from Pride with a low key afternoon that will include: snacks, bubbles!, lawn games, maybe a craft?, a dog if it’s not too hot out, and music. Feel free to bring anything else that you think might be fun (except alcohol, which isn’t allowed in the park).
Meet-Up at the Inside the Black Triangle Denver Pride Booth for an interactive art activity. Meet Rachael Zimmerman, the creator of ITBT, along with influencers: fitness coach Ashley Lynn, artist Kennedy Underwood, creative director/founder of Mass Musings Kayte Demont, and model Hannah Ogden.
Picnic on the Capitol lawn while the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra puts on an outdoor performance. Potluck style: bring snacks and drinks to share.
June 12th is Pulse Remembrance Day. We have decided to show the film Tangerine by Sean Baker. We will be donating the box office proceeds to onePULSE Foundation.
Turn right when you get to the Woods Coffee, and meet up on the grassy area in front of the little Pavilion at the end of Boulevard Park for a chill, unstructured, queer, pride month hang out!
Need some buds to watch the parade with? If you want to meet up with some beautiful queers in a safe place, to bask and socialize and show off that gorgeous body glitter before the big gay parade, then please please (please) join us.
The Tegan & Sara Foundation presents: Everyone Is Gay & Autostraddle’s 6th Annual All Ages Pride Party!!!
Choose your own meet-up adventure this Saturday @ Pelangi Pride Centre, where you’ll be free to socialize or not-socialize with other queer folks in Singapore’s only LGBTQ community library.
Looking for the low-down on the best Pride parties? Seeking a squad to accompany you to all those glittery Facebook events you RSVP’d to? Come on down, caffeinate and catch up with NYC’s finest queerdos! Make friends, meet crushes and keep your Pride Month going strong!
Every month, the historic Balboa Theater shows a classic film on VHS on the big screen! For Pride month we will be showing But I’m a Cheerleader! In lieu of trailers we will be showing an episode of Xena Warrior Princess. We’re generally pretty gay all the time, so if you haven’t checked out your friendly neighborhood theater, please do so.