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Nightshots: Raw Hnny Release Party

From ballads to bops and dance to drag, it was a hands on love fest at Timber Room for the Raw Hnny Release Party. Featuring live performances from PSA, LüChi, ZELLi, Kylie Mooncakes, DJ Joy May and, of course, some fire performances from the fabulous CarLarans from his new album Raw Hnny!

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HEYO Interview Series: Michete

Queerspace Magazine, in partnership with Lifelong, presents the HEYO Interview Series, filmed live at the Big Queer Talent Show at Seattle’s Vera Project. In this episode, your host Lilith welcomes razor sharp singer and songwriter Michete, who talks about her music, her upbringing, and her struggles to date as a trans woman.

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Trans and Nonbinary Actors in Trans and Nonbinary Roles

Recent strides, and stumbles, in the of area queer representation in media have again put a spotlight on the question of who are the most appropriate people to play the roles of trans and nonbinary characters in TV and movies. While cisgender actors have frequently been used to play trans, nonbinary, and gender nonconforming roles, their lack of perspective when it comes to dealing with questioning gender, combined with the serious lack of roles like that to audition for, point to the need for more opportunities for trans, nonbinary, and gender nonconforming people to be able to tell their own stories – like these three actors, who have been making a big splash taking on the roles of trans and nonbinary characters.

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HEYO Interview Series: Ebo Barton

Queerspace Magazine, in partnership with Lifelong, presents the HEYO Interview Series, filmed live at the Big Queer Talent Show at Seattle’s Vera Project. In this episode, your host Lilith welcomes trans poet and spoken word performer Ebo Barton, who talks about dealing with family while coming out and the struggles of being queer and trans in the Navy.

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HEYO Interview Series: Max Delsohn

Queerspace Magazine, in partnership with Lifelong, presents the HEYO Interview Series, filmed live at the Big Queer Talent Show at Seattle’s Vera Project. In this episode, your host Lilith welcomes trans comic Max Delsohn who talks about coming out and the trails and tribulations of dealing with an All-girls Catholic School.

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Emma Lee Toyoda Doesn’t Want To Play Your Show

It’s hard not to think about today’s rapidly changing and gentrifying Seattle when listening to the latest single from Emma Lee Toyoda, ‘i don’t wanna play your show.’ The song is raw and punk, like skinning your knee on the concrete floor of a basement house party mosh pit. And then getting up and moshing again anyway. It’s a departure from the more folksy, ethereal, indy sounds of their previous work.

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Nighshots: Qomix Queer Comicon Party 2019

Queers and geeks gathered at the Timbre Room on the last night of Emerald City Comic Con 2019 for a little fun, a little cosplay, and a whole lotta dancing at the 2019 Qomix: Queer Comicon Party. DJ Joy Ma and DJ Calente Cardwell turned it up on the decks, while Arson Nicki brought it to you on stage, and you all turned it out on the dance floor.

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Nightshots: Catharsis

Audience members at The Timbre Room witnessed five artists performing acts of radical self love. The artists were challenged to pull back the curtains on the emotional trauma that inspired their performances. Hosts Lillith and Stasia Coup, along with dance performers The Drama Tops, burlesque artist Britt Brutality, and drag artist Angel Baby Kill Kill Kill each gave us their artistic interpretations of a broken heart, followed by a short, intimate conversation on stage about just what makes their broken hearts tick.

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Nightshots: Recklessly, Headlessly

Take some of the hottest names in the queer Seattle nightlife scene, including Arson Nicki, Michete, Castor Pollux, and, of course, BeautyBoiz, throw in a little Robyn – make that a lot of Robyn, and what do you get? If you were at Fred Wildlife Refuge for Recklessly, Headlessly: A Robyn Party, then you saw what you get. One of the best parties this town has seen in ages. And we’ve got the snaps to prove it!

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Nightshots: SAM Remix

If you’re looking to see the Seattle Art Museum a new light, literally, then SAM Remix may be the eclectic, music and fun filled, evening party experience for you. This time around Queerspace Magazine was lucky enough to be invited in to catch some of the magic, too. The party only happens 3 times a year, and tickets always sell out fast, so make you get yours as soon as you see them go on sale!

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Nightshots: Fresh

Fresh: A Drag Show For New Talent, has been happening semi regularly at the 18th & Union arts space for around a year now, and is still the show in Seattle offering non-competitive, paid spots for a wide variety of new performers in an all-ages space.

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Nightshots: Laugh Back

Laugh Back was a hilarious comedy event, curated by Clara Pluton, comprised exclusively of comedians who are immigrants or children of immigrants, to take back the narrative of the immigrant experience and raise money for the NWDC Resistance, a grassroots undocumented led movement that works to end the detention of immigrants and stop all deportations.

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