Valencia | Frameline37 | Jerry Lee Abrams | Peter... →
Tickets for the Valencia Premiere at Frameline in SF!
Michelle Tea And The Queerest YA Novel You Will... →
Author Michelle Tea discusses Mermaid in Chelsea Creek , her new queer YA novel
My friend Nico is compiling a zine called “Femme Secrets” and she is looking for submissions. She is also conducting a survey with questions related to femme identity, style, and embodiment. If you would like to participate email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am going to be in San Francisco in June! The Valencia movie will be premiering at the Frameline Film Festival. If you will be in town you should come see it. There will be a bunch of events related to the Valencia screening. Here’s one, a panel about Queer culture in the 1990s: https://www.facebook.com/events/512983735428243/
“Let’s remember the politics of marriage itself. The simplistic formula that claims “you’re either pro-marriage or against equality” makes us forget that all forms of marriage perpetuate gender, racial and economic inequality. It mistakenly assumes that support for marriage is the only good measure of support for LGBT communities. This political moment calls for...
Help Kate Bornstein Stay Alive →
Kate Bornstein has cancer. The good news, direct from the team of skilled doctors on her case, is that the cancer is curable. However, the treatment plan that gives Kate the best chance of beating cancer is incredibly expensive. Kate has spent the past thirty years helping the rest of us Stay Alive—now it’s our turn to give back. Let’s HELP KATE BORNSTEIN BEAT CANCER AND STAY ALIVE! … ...
Teaching Men Not to Rape: Survivor Zerlina Maxwell Defies Threats of Sexual/Racial Violence After Speaking Out on Fox News | Democracy Now! Over the past week, political analyst Zerlina Maxwell has received racially fueled death threats for speaking out against rape. Maxwell, who is a rape survivor, appeared on a Fox News segment with Sean Hannity last week about the possibility of arming women...
OOTD: Jack Halberstam talk, MIGC street fashion,... →
“Marilyn Monroe appeared to me last night in a dream as a kind of fairy godmother…I spoke, almost in tears, of how much she and Arthur Miller meant to us, although they could, of course, not know us at all. She gave me an expert manicure. I had not washed my hair, and asked her about hairdressers, saying no matter where I went, they always imposed a horrid cut on me. She invited me to...
”In a world that disdains you the only reasonable response is stubborn...– (Dorothy Allison, Mean Stories and Stubborn Girls).