Seduction, Serpents & Oakland’s Secret Sisterhood (Part 1)

May 24, 2017 in inQueery

I have loved burlesque ever since I attended my first show in a small bar tucked away in Seattle’s University District. So when I moved to the Bay Area, one of the first things I did was to start looking up burlesque shows. I found one that looked great while offering really affordable tickets. It was put on by the cabaret collective Haus Serpens and was set to take place at the Golden Bull, a popular bar in downtown Oakland. When I tried to buy tickets online, however, they were not available a…

Racism and LGBT Representation in TV

October 29, 2014 in inQueery

In this article, Connor Payne explores the possibility and reality of racism in television shows through an examination of LGBT characters that either do fit in, or do not fit in with the stereotypes of their socially created status in society.

Rocky Shores Ahead For Ships In The Night

February 26, 2014 in inQueery

white & cis? DON’T come here! is the new slogan for a local east bay RADICAL QUEER dance party

Mendiga #1: Coming Out (part 2)

January 1, 2014 in inQueery

Diana Hernandez describes Mendiga as “a personal zine/piece about discovering and navigating through my queer identity and sexuality as a Chicana. The first issue/stories is about coming out to people in my family, namely my parents, who have had a difficult time “dealing” with my identity.”

Mendiga #1: Coming Out (part 1)

December 25, 2013 in inQueery

Diana Hernandez describes Mendiga as “a personal zine/piece about discovering and navigating through my queer identity and sexuality as a Chicana. The first issue/stories is about coming out to people in my family, namely my parents, who have had a difficult time “dealing” with my identity.”

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