Queerspiration from the L.O.U.D. Youth Group! – 4

July 25, 2018 in inQueery

Pacific Center’s L.O.U.D. Youth Group (Loving Ourselves and Uniting Diversity) has been celebrating Pride month by doing a variety of different artistic expression works.  In this series, we will post a sample of some of the writings that were produced by youth participants and facilitators.   Author names are not included to protect confidentiality. This week – “Queerspirations”

Queerspiration from the L.O.U.D. Youth Group! – 2

July 11, 2018 in inQueery

Pacific Center’s L.O.U.D. Youth Group (Loving Ourselves and Uniting Diversity) has been celebrating Pride month by doing a variety of different artistic expression works.  In this series, we will post a sample of some of the writings that were produced by youth participants and facilitators.   Author names are not included to protect confidentiality.

This week – “HIGH DIVE INTO A CHLORINATED POOL”

Passing with Pride

June 20, 2018 in inQueery

Is there any one way to “look” queer or non-binary? Each year as Pride rolls around, I worry that I don’t look like I belong there, but belonging to a community goes so much deeper than whether you fit into the aesthetic.

Our Community’s Thoughts on Pride: Finding your People

July 26, 2017 in inQueery

We are closing out July with one last reflection on Pride. Read Pete’s post, and if you enjoy it, follow his personal blog to see more of his work.

Queer Babadook: How a Meme Unearthed a History of Gay Monstrosity

July 19, 2017 in inQueery

2017 Pride saw the addition of an unlikely new mascot – but this meme is part of a much larger theme of otherness, monstrosity, and the search for representation.

Our Community’s Thoughts on Pride: How are we presenting ourselves?

July 12, 2017 in inQueery

The point of Pride may have changed over the years, and Samantha asks how we can make sure it is still putting our best face forward. What do you think? Can Pride be doing harm? Give your opinion in the comments!

Self-Care During Pride

July 5, 2017 in inQueery

Pride Month is the one time of year our media is saturated with LGBT stories and celebrations, but this can be difficult for anyone who isn’t out. There are many reasons a person might be unable to engage in Pride celebrations, and being surrounded by stories of people who are able to could cause negative feelings like anxiety and guilt. Here are some self-care tips for those of you who might have been feeling this way for the past few weeks.

Our Community’s Thoughts on Pride: Formative Experiences

June 28, 2017 in inQueery

This month, voices from our own community will share stories about their own Pride experiences. In this piece, Kern describes his childhood participation in Pride and how this shaped him as a person.

Big Alcohol is Still a Big Problem in San Francisco Pride

June 14, 2017 in inQueery

How do you feel about the influence of Big Alcohol money on Pride events, or alcohol companies’ advertisements that target LGBTQ communities (for example, the limited-edition “Love Wins” Smirnoff bottles for this year)? Let us know in the comments!

InQueery NEWS Live: January Kick-Off (The Return of Failed Sports Metaphors featuring Taiwanese Pop music and Queer Web Series)

January 21, 2015 in inQueery

If one of your resolutions is to expand your worldview through music, news or new queer shows online, we’ve got plenty of recommendations in this episode.

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.

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