The One,,the only, THE Original,Queeraoke©! Named Boston's BEST karaoke night, Boston's BEST LGBTQ night 2019! THIS is where Queer happens! Listed by Buzzfeed as THE ONE CAN'T MISS Queer event in Boston AND Named "Best of Boston" Lesbian night, Queer night and "Best of Boston" karaoke many times over, including **our most recent wins for 'Best Lesbian Scene 2014 by Improper Bostonian, Best LGBT night 2014 by Dig Boston and Best Lesbian Club 2013 by Boston Magazine and Best Lesbian/Gay Hangout in JP 2013 (JP Gazette) AND 'Best Karaoke 2012' by Boston Phoenix & DIG Boston.
No attitude, no pretension & ALWAYS welcoming!!! Join us as we break into song with a supa dupa karaoke collection and our own DJ Summer's Eve & DJ Moxie spin ferocious dance sets that include everything from Sissy & New Orleans Bounce, DanceHall, EDM, Trap, Jukebox, Alternative, 80s Classics, Hip Hop, House, Underground to the current top 40 buzz. This staple Boston ladies' night welcomes queer, trans, friendlies, and area hipsters. We also partner with local LBTQIA organizations for outreach, fundraising and awareness surrounding issues that impact, support and promote LGBTQIA adults and youth! Queeraoke: drink. sing. dance. repeat.
Operating as usual
aclu.org The clock is ticking: make a voting plan today. Learn about vote by mail.
TCNE - Trans Club of New England & First Event
CITY OF BOSTON TRANS & NON-BINARY
TOWN HALL. Hosted by Boston Artist-in-Residence Golden & Feminine Empowerment Movement Slam Founding Director Zenaida Peterson
This is a virtual event to discuss the representation of transgender & non-binary individuals in the City of Boston’s policies & processes, with a focus on naming ways the City can better support transgender and nonbinary Bostonians.
Wednesday, October 7, 2020 4-6 p.m. ET
Happening on Zoom and livestreamed to
@ArtsinBoston's Facebook. Submit your testimony at bit.ly/2FMmHGH
Rest in Power..
them.us Santiago was the first openly trans person to run for public office in Puerto Rico and a lightning rod for the island’s LGBTQ+ community.
Register yer fine a$$es to vote.. We NEED You!!
Already registered? Be sure to double check that too.. there are reports of registered voters being bounced off the lists.
pinknews.co.uk It's Bisexual Awareness Week, so what better time to celebrate the lives and achievements of our favourite bisexual icons?
pinknews.co.uk An incumbent Democratic lawmaker who opposed equal marriage has been defeated by an unapologetic gay drag queen in a landslide primary win.
them.us “There are more worthy books to put on the shelf – books that don't harm communities and won't make us sad to unpack them."
A warrior woman of equal rights for ALL and an integral soldier for the rights that so many of us now hold.
Here's to the notorious RBG and the foundation she helped build for the next generation of women warriors!!
Such a loss.. ❤️
everydayfeminism.com It's dangerous when social justice ideas – the same ones that empower us – are used to harm people. Here are some signs that this is happening in your life or community.
them.us And it’s helping me process my own.
"To the hundreds of thousands who were bused to Washington for the march, Rustin was synonymous with the movement. After all, he was the march’s chief organizer. “Rustin [organized] this march in an eight-week period, without cell phones, without email, without faxes. So he and his team [were] working the phones hard, they [were] typing letters constantly,” says Michael G. Long, editor of I Must Resist: Bayard Rustin’s Life in Letters and co-author of Bayard Rustin: The Invisible Activist. “From what I hear, the headquarters was in sheer chaos all the time. And Rustin thrived in an environment like that.”
history.com Bayard Rustin was an indispensable force behind the Civil Rights Movement...and openly gay.
gq.com The movement has had huge breakthroughs recently, but it's not new. Ceyenne Doroshow has been working for change for decades, and after raising a million dollars almost overnight, she's imagining some astonishing new possibilities.
wbur.org The most paramount adjustment I have made is knowing that there is no other choice, writes Theresa Okokon.
nbcnews.com A Virginia school board acted unlawfully in banning trans student Gavin Grimm from using a bathroom that aligned with his gender identity, the court said.
UPDATE: She has been found.
boston.com Destiny Polk was last seen at a Houston airport, her father says.
thegrapevine.theroot.com Nichelle Nichols, best known for portraying Uhura in the original Star Trek series in the 1960s, is a global treasure and should be treated as such. And of course, there’s the concept of basic humanity, no matter your stature in life.
sec.state.ma.us The Secretary of the Commonwealth is the principal information resource for the state government of Massachusetts. This on-line component represents a very significant and exciting development, and allows this office to serve a broad segment of the population on a wide variety of tasks
boston.gov Next election: State Primary, SEPTEMBER 1 There are polling location changes for 20 precincts ahead of the State Primary. The early voting period takes place from Saturday, August 22, through Friday, August 28. All registered voters in Massachusetts have the option to vote by mail in the 2020 Electi...
them.us The fan-favorite performer passed away less than a week after announcing to fans she was back in the hospital.
nbcnews.com Idaho officials’ latest attempt to ban trans people from changing their birth certificate gender violates a previous court order, a federal judge said.
them.us The film will be available online later this year in an attempt to circumvent Nigeria’s film censorship.
npr.org The selection will make Harris just the third woman — and first African American — to be nominated for vice president by a major political party.
Black Lives Matter Boston
Speaking of the Voting Rights Act, have you registered yet?? This year's election is going to be so different. Please stay updated! ✊🏾
In just eight days this summer, six young Black transgender women — Brayla Stone, Merci Mack, Shaki Peters, Draya McCarty, Tatiana Hall, and Bree Black — wer...
Weekend here we come!
them.us Check out a pair of surprising ‘90s wedding comedies, a hilarious standup special, moving indie films, and more.
blavity.com If you’re interested in sharing your opinion on any cultural, political or personal topic, create an account here and check out our how-to post to learn more. ____ I’ve always loved being outdoors, but these days, I’m taking walks for my sanity’s sake. Between the pandemic and our national r...
them.us “I’m glad people are talking about 'The Matrix' movies with a trans narrative, and I’m grateful I can be a part of throwing them a rope along their journey.”
pinknews.co.uk Mexico City has outlawed the damaging practice of conversion therapy, in a historic victory for the country's LGBT+ community.
If you can't be out protesting, please find creative ways to support black lives, especially our queer & trans black 'family'.
Know Black TRUTH 💛👊🏿💛
autostraddle.com You'll find odes to Lily Tomlin and Ellen Degeneres with only the occasional nod to comedy notables like Moms Mabley, Wanda Sykes and Margaret Cho, making queer comedy look like a whitewashed dyke party. You won't find much evidence of the many queer comedians of color who are well-established, wild...
Check it out. Free mix and any donations go to our favorite, super amazing humans at Camp Aranu'tiq of Harbor Camps
them.us They're being donated to people experiencing homelessness and substance use disorders.
huffingtonpost.co.uk There is a dangerous undertone of ‘newness’ to conversations around gender and non-binary identities - in the process erasing the complex, nuanced and...
nytimes.com Representative John Lewis was among the 13 original Freedom Riders, who encountered violence and resistance as they rode buses across the South, challenging the nation’s segregation laws.
Our story began in 2005 when we were one of the only weekly lesbian focused karaoke and dance parties in town and evolved into a full on, super QUEER dance and karaoke party today in a bursting queer Boston nightlife scene!
Listed by Buzzfeed as THE ONE CAN'T MISS Queer event in Boston AND Named "Best of Boston" Lesbian night, Queer night and "Best of Boston" karaoke many times over, including our most recent wins for 'Best Lesbian Scene by Improper Bostonian, Best LGBT night by Dig Boston and Best Lesbian Club by Boston Magazine and Best Lesbian/Gay Hangout in JP (JP Gazette) AND 'Best Karaoke’ by Boston Phoenix & DIG Boston. No attitude, no pretension & ALWAYS welcoming!!! We thrive at being a dive & you’ll find every color, shape, size, orientation, and love in the room! Join us as every Thursday we break into song with a supa dupa karaoke collection and our own DJ Summer's Eve & DJ Moxie spin ferocious dance sets that include everything from Sissy & New Orleans Bounce, DanceHall, EDM, Trap, Jukebox, Reggaeton, Alternative, 80s Classics, Hip Hop, House, Underground to the current top 40 buzz.
This staple Boston queer night welcomes and supports all queer, trans, friendlies, and area hipsters. We also partner with local LBTQIA organizations for outreach, fundraising and awareness surrounding issues that impact, support and promote LGBTQIA adults and youth!
Queeraoke: drink. sing. dance. repeat. Queeraoke promotes safe spaces & in this space consent is key!
#Queeraoke #QueeraokeJP #queerbostonnightlife
We are a ZERO tolerance night, meaning we do not tolerate ANY harassment or any discrimination towards any customer or staff. If you cannot follow that rule, you will be asked to leave immediately.
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