“My body, my home” is an ACLU fundraiser organized in response to the recent passage of laws strictly limiting abortion rights in Alabama, Georgia, Missouri, and Ohio.
We invite the artists to explore the idea of personal autonomy and what it has meant to them- what does it mean to have the government give you “rights” over your own body? What does it mean when they are taken away? The event will be a series of dance and spoken word performances followed by a raffle, mingling, and lots of snacks.
The event is organized by queer contemporary dance project spacejunkdance. You can check out their webside at www.spacejunkdance.com or their instagram at @spacejunkdance.
Come join us at 5pm on Saturday, August 17th for food and drinks, good conversation, good art, and a good cause. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door.
Also, if anyone on here is interested in presenting any art they’ve been working on or adding something to one of our raffle baskets, let us know!
“What I post on the internet has to be what I can be proud of in person. That just happens to include my titties.”
It’s Pride month; have you heard? Have you danced in the streets, wearing a rainbow flag, surrounded by topless women, shouting your queerness and here-ness, maybe honking a horn or ringing a bell? Here’s hoping!
Tis the season to celebrate Pride by wearing rainbow gradient t-shirts that let the world know that love is love, love wins, pride unites, equality wins, love makes a family, it’s all love, we need more love, everybody is free to love and love unites!!!
I want us to have a giant queer brainstorming session about how to bring the focus of Pride back to it’s origins.
“Rosanna Arquette as Cherie Jaffe is *definitely* Mommi.”
Looking for more queer community in the Bay Area and want a sober space to celebrate pride?? Come join us at Heritage Park in Palo Alto for a potluck style picnic. We will be setting up in the local park and will have games and music. Check out the link to our original event page here: https://www.meetup.com/Book-Club-Dropouts/events/262244360/ . Hope to see you there!
Hi! Join us for a fun hang out to celebrate Pride month before the big festivities begin the week after. We will be out on the back patio at El Rio for a few hours before we go see the pride show put on by Infinite Wrench. This show will feature plays written and performed by queer and trans members of the troupe, and is guaranteed to be a fun time. Join us at the bar, at the show, or at both! Be forewarned about infinite wrench, it will sell out for sure, so if interested, make sure to get your ticket ASAP!
Infinite Wrench Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/infinite-pride-tickets-62385656177
Nikki Palumbo and Gwynna Forgham-Thrift are two queer adults hosting a teen magazine-turned-comedy show!
This month’s very special PRIDE ISSUE features the very funny and hunky
Wanjiko Eke (Limestone Comedy Festival)
Alex Song (Tonight Show)
Lorena Russi (Late Show)
Jessica Henderson (UCB)
Mila Myles (them.)
Taylor Ortega (HBO, TruTV)
Nikki Palumbo & Gwynna Forgham-Thrift are NYC-based comedians who have written and performed for UCB (Maude Night & The Queerball Sketch Show!), Reductress, Above Average, and Dyke Power(point).
Queer trivia at Songbyrd! Bring your team and your a-game.
Join Chicagostraddlers at The Dice Dojo! It’s right off the Bryn Mawr red line stop. There are plenty of games to choose from but feel free to bring your favorites.
Plus top hat-shaped holes in our hearts, what if the brownies were gay tho?, and polar bear flirting facts.
Get in here and recommend all the good (gay) books!
“What is the gayest strain of weed?”
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. It’s free and fabulous!
Do you have certain memories tied to specific scents? I know I do! Come hang out! It smells great in here!
“No cops at Pride, just a group of queers eating through these thousands of cookies that I brought from home.”
Start Pride Weekend off right with the most fabulous Shabbat dinner of the year! Join our Jewish LGBTQ+ friends and family from around the globe as we come together to celebrate World Pride, and commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising.
Did you know that the first Dyke March ever was in Washington, DC? We’re going to bring it back this year!
Join us for the 2019 Dyke Day FREE Pride Picnic in the park! Dyke Day’s mission is to unify our diverse dyke, trans, non-binary, queer community and its allies through community gatherings that celebrate diversity, visibility, inclusivity, and intergenerational participation.