Queer Comic Review: Tripping Over You

November 26, 2014 in inQueery

Tripping Over You is a witty and sincere glimpse into the start of a new relationship that explores what happens after the excitement of that first confession.

Queer Comic Review: Capitol Hillbillies

October 8, 2014 in inQueery

Capitol Hillbillies is a comic that feels a lot like hanging out with your friends … if your friends had Beyoncé as a guardian angel and romantic history with a unicorn.

Homeless LGBT Youth – A Look at Three Centers Lending a Helping Hand

September 10, 2014 in inQueery

Over 40% of homeless youth identify as LGBT. What resources are out there? Guest Writer Aurora Smith presents us with an invaluable list of homeless shelters in the Bay Area that are LGBT-friendly, accommodating, full of activities and educational resources as well!

Queer Comic Review: Gunnerkrigg Court

August 27, 2014 in inQueery

Gunnerkrigg Court is a beautiful fantasy webcomic that explores the lines between myth and reality, magic and technology, and adventure versus the looming threat of homework. And it’s got some pretty good kisses in it, too.

Queer Comic Review: Adam & Andy

July 9, 2014 in inQueery

Adam and Andy uses the structure of newspaper comics to make a story that isn’t often told seem familiar and matter-of-fact.

Pacific Center: 41 Years of Serving our Community

June 11, 2014 in inQueery

This video about Pacific Center history and services was produced by UC Berkeley students, Spencer Maley, Zane Hadi, and Alli O’brien under the guidance and direction of Leo Brown, Facility Rental and Volunteer Coordinator.

The Lake Merritt Farmer’s Market is Hella Queer

April 16, 2014 in inQueery

On a warm, sunny day in May, the InQueery News crew, Jax, Leo, Katie headed to Lake Merrit Farmer’s Market in Oakland. Check out the video to see Jax’s interviews with queer families at the about what it’s like to raise children in Oakland and about connecting with other families in the area.

Queer Comic Review: O Human Star

February 12, 2014 in inQueery

Blue Delliquanti’s O Human Star gives us an intricate and engaging look at a not-too-distant future where the rapid growth of AI technology leads to the mysterious rebirth of the long dead main character, Alistair Sterling. As the story moves to answer the hows and whys of his re-entry into the world, we learn more and more about Sterling, the people he left behind, and those who came after him.

One of Many

January 22, 2014 in inQueery

The Transgender Law Center’s Transgender Leadership Summit was held in the Summer of 2012. Stephanie Mott wrote about all the things she learned, felt and took with her as she came to visit from the Midwest.

Queer Comic Review: Orientation Police

January 8, 2014 in inQueery

In this short autobiographical comic, Bill Roundy explores the aspect of his most recent relationships that seems to attract extra scrutiny from a wide variety of busybodies. More importantly, he explores exactly what’s wrong with those snap judgements.

Queer Comic Review: The Less Than Epic Adventures of TJ and Amal

December 11, 2013 in inQueery

E. K. Weaver’s the Less Than Epic Adventures of TJ and Amal provides a beautiful and heartfelt look at a roadtrip romance. Read on to find out why two guys quoting Back to the Future at each other is more important than you might think.

Folsom Street Fair Celebrates its 30th Anniversary Fabulously

October 23, 2013 in inQueery

On September 28th, Folsom Street Fair turned 30. The event celebrates adult alternative lifestyles including fetish, BSDM and kink. This year, attendees got to enjoy an added 30 minutes of fun. Read on to hear the perspective of a first-timer at this fabulous and welcoming street fair that really is like no other!

InQueery News Live!

June 12, 2013 in inQueery

This week’s article is the first of an ongoing series called InQueery News, which will occur once a month and which will feature a discussion between members of the InQueery staff as they talk about hot-topics in the community and media. For this first segment, blog staff members, Leo, Katie, and Ben, sat down to discuss San Francisco’s celebration and recent headlining LGBT news.

We’re in this Together: Awareness and Passion can Make a Difference

March 14, 2013 in inQueery

Devon Yaffe was looking to spread the word about a documentary he had filmed for his Senior Project at Hollywood High titled Overcoming Adversities as a Gay Teen: One Generation at a Time. He found us and we are proud to present his story to you. Devon’s documentary consists of interviews with gay men from all different age groups and backgrounds. A lot of men had never shared these stories before and I expressed to him – and he agreed – how important this was. I believe this piece of both…

LGBTQI Suitcase Clinic: Queering Healthcare

February 14, 2013 in inQueery

It’s a gorgeously sunny Saturday afternoon at the Pacific Center in Berkeley. Erik, Katie, Andy, and Kate are setting up the outdoor waiting room. They wait for Nick to arrive with the keys to the office and lounge spaces which will be turned into medical examination rooms.

Top

Join Our Mailing List

*
*
*
*
* required