Briyana D. Clarel’s Saved You A Plate and Brown Girls Squared’s woebegone.Monday, December 9 | 8pm$10 advance tickets | $15 at the door Arrive early for a Queer Cheer Holiday Fair starting at 6:30pm, featuring vendors, activities, and festive cuteness! ACT ONE: Saved You A Plate, A new piece about black queer connection and care, … Continue reading Solstice Series Events at the Painted Bride Art Center-Philly
People of Color (POC) Productions is just $600 away from reaching their fundraising goal of $2,000 for the I Identify As Me Documentary! Join us in helping to spread the word about this much-needed film which celebrates QTPoC who identify as masculine-presenting/genderfluid women and gender non-conforming (GNC). Why is this important? Representation matters! This documentary gives folks who can identify with the … Continue reading QTPoC Films Matter! Help fund the must-see documentary: I Identify As Me.
"A new app aimed at connecting LGBTQ Philadelphians with queer-competent, affordable health care providers is launching early next month, just in time for OutFest, the nation’s largest National Coming Out Day event on Oct. 13."-EPGN Read more about the app on Philly Gay News!
Too Dope Chicks owners Gemma and Kerri are craftspeople at heart. From handmade jewelry and accessories to unique prints the duo has been putting out some dope pieces since its inception a little over a year ago. They represent womxn owned small businesses and are allies of the LGBTQ Community which resonates in their motto: … Continue reading Mind Your Biz Feature: Too Dope Chicks are Starting a Dope Chick Movement!
Lezcronymz is proud to announce it's recent fundraising partnership with the African Ancestral Lesbians United for Societal Change (AALUSC)! The AALUSC is over 40 years in representing Lesbians of Color and providing educational workshops and social activities in the LGBTQ Communities. The two organizations met up in NYC for World Pride as Lezcronymz provided the … Continue reading Where Fashion Meets Fundraising: Philly Designer Lezcronymz Teams Up with AALUSC to Help Power a 40-year old Initiative to Create Safer Spaces for Womxn Who Love Womxn.