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Willam wants you to suck less and join her in hell
‘Most of us aren’t going to heaven,’ says actor, author and notorious RuPaul’s Drag Race star
Out in Toronto: Oct 20–26, 2016
Choice events in the city this week
Out in Vancouver: Oct 20-26, 2016
Choice events in the city this week
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New regulations may help Canadian LGBT couples access reproductive services
Federal government is consulting on new regulations to finally bring the Assisted Human Reproduction Act into force
How a bowlathon can help newcomer and local queer youth in Toronto
Supporting Our Youth’s largest fundraising event enters its 17th year
Will this be the last we see of Auntie Linda?
The Fillmore Foundation prepares to dish up its final Prairie Fairies Fowl Supper
Five films and digital-media works to look out for at ImagineNATIVE 2016
In its 17th year, this film and media arts festival brings Toronto the best of indigenous culture, cinema and art
Trans rights bill sparks heated debate
First House discussion on Bill C-16 raises bathroom issues, but smoothly passes second reading
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Rainbow Railroad hires Kimahli Powell as new executive director
Powell comes to the job with extensive non-profit development and advocacy experience
Paying respects to jazz musician Billy Tipton
The transgender jazz star deserves, at the very least, the pronouns of his choosing
‘da Kink in My Hair: ‘da musical
After 15 years, Trey Anthony’s theatrical success comes to Ottawa as a musical
Tracking down Toronto’s best budget date nights
Love does cost a thing, unfortunately
French protests, gay betrayal and trans breast cancer
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Meet some volunteers in Vancouver’s ‘circles of hope’
Why they spend months sponsoring LGBT refugees they’ve never met
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Why two young queer artists are self-producing their own play
The producers of Tire Swing are asking queer audiences to take a chance on lesser-known works
Will federal funding cuts force HIV/AIDS organizations to shut down?
After changes to criteria, the Public Health Agency of Canada must choose which organizations to fund
When the frank takes centre stage
Celebrating 20 years of Vancouver’s queer theatre
Gender fraud, strange activism and porn habits
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An ode to pre-teen redheads everywhere
Johnnie Walker’s Redheaded Stepchild grows from a stage play to a published book
Tracey Bell and Conni Smudge lead annual HIV/AIDS fundraiser
In its 15th year, the Heart of Richmond AIDS society continues raising money and awareness
Hamburger Mary's lost 68 staff in three months, say ex-managers
Ex-staff say working conditions, pay, treatment drove them away
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Out in Toronto: Oct 13–19, 2016
Choice events in the city this week
Out in Vancouver: Oct 13-18, 2016
Choice events in the city this week
Falling in love with a stripper (Part 1)
Laying eyes on Tony at Remington’s strip club in Toronto
What was Walt Whitman’s secret?
Vancouver’s frank theatre company wants to keep audiences guessing
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