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A collection of community posts and online content

Queerbomb Austin

Queerbomb is Austin’s alternative pride. It is a community run organization that was founded in June of 2010. Queerbomb celebrates the communities unique and collective pride. It is a free event that includes guest speakers, artists, vendors, a procession through the streets of downtown Austin, and a dance party. Queerbomb encourages and celebrates unabashed pride.

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Drag Ball Apocalypse 2017

Local graduate student-run literary journal, The New Delta Review, with collaborations and support by Delta Mouth, the literary festival coordinated by creative writing MFA students, came together to present Drag Ball Apocalypse 2017 held at Spanish Moon in Baton Rouge.

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Unrestrained

Unrestrained” investigates masculine identity and vulnerability in young males. Exploring the opposite of a traditional man. This body of work, while specifically depicting males, is about going against what is established by society and getting rid of the gender stereotypes, making your own rules, and defining yourself without using social references that fail to define us.  My works want to see a world that is not limited, but is a place for spontaneous expression for individuals.

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RuPaul's DragCon NYC 2017

 

The world’s largest drag convention welcomed a sold out crowd during its first trip to New York City,  featuring talent from “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and celebrities from film, TV, Broadway, fashion, and social media across two days of panels, performances and more 

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Drag, CultureCharles Champagne
A DIY, I Do

Derick Stevens-Jones takes us through how he and his partner, Evan, budgeted their wedding into a magical money-saving DIY event to remember. With the help of friends, family, and local businesses they pulled off the wedding they've always wanted. 

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Note To Self

I am a 31 year old first generation American of Lebanese origin. Despite being born in Louisiana, I spent 15 years of my formative life in Kuwait being exposed to a wide array of different cultures and way-of-living. I never felt like I belonged though, because I was the Arab with an American nationality, always being called out for being different. Then, to come back home and get treated as if I was "Cady Heron", with no true knowledge of how anyone lived in the US besides what I have gathered from watching Hollywood movies and world literature. 

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Sydney & Ryan

A little throwback to when we were first trying to figure out what kind of story-telling we wanted to focus on as a publication that aims to explore sexuality. Ryan, Sydney, and I spent a Sunday at our favorite bar, Radio Bar, and had a few beers and just talked. That simple. Join the conversation as we talk about growing up in a religious household and dealing with coming to terms with your sexual orientation, the struggles of masculinity vs. femininity, as well as our opinions on polyamory & monogamy in queer couples. 

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Southern Fried Queer Pride 2017

Southern Fried Queer Pride is a queer & trans people of color-led, arts festival and activist organization based in Atlanta, GA. Built on the backbones of MondoHomo, SFQP is a Southern echo of the Stonewall Riots for queer liberation. SFQP offers a platform for artists, activists, and community to expand Southern narratives of gender, race, sexuality, and politcal power.

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