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COMMERCIAL DRAG

WHERE DRAG COLLIDES

“it was always a place we could always be a little more vulnerable with our drag, and with the way we presented ourselves.”

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Jen Currin

“In this debut collection of fiction penned by Vancouver author Jen Currin, the reader is taken through a rapid-fire series of lives coming together and unraveling, relationships budding and breaking, self awareness developing, and the hard realities met along the way.”

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MAN UP

CHEERS TO ANOTHER 10 YEARS

“things are so dire for spaces, and yet there’s just this pulsating, thriving community of gender performance.”

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BATHHOUSE TO THE FUTURE

A Wet & Wild Look at Gay Spaces in Vancouver

“Before money and amenities, any sort of warm night in the woods could play home to Vancouver’s earliest bathhouse experiences. I have even heard some epic stories from decades ago of spontaneous orgies behind the Vancouver Aquatic Centre on Beach Avenue.”

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COCONUTZ & BANANAS

TOWARDS A TROPICAL TRANS PARTY UTOPIA

“I just decided to create what I would hope to be a utopia where […] you can come and celebrate your body, because your body is uniquely you. It’s part of your experience, it’s part of what makes you the beautiful you that you are.”

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2017 Transgender Day of Remembrance

This Monday, November 20th will be the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDoR). TDoR is a day of memoriam for trans/gender diverse/gender queer people who…