Fear of a Nonbinary Future

Here are a few slogans for you: The future is one where nonbinary youth do not feel it necessary to kill themselves. The future is one where we are free to break the binary without harassment or erasure. The future is one where cis folks with an agenda shut the fuck up about nonbinary people, and let us speak for ourselves.

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Welcome to Queerspace Magazine

We’ve decided that it’s time for our name to reflect who we really are. So we’re making a change. Starting today, we’re Queerspace Magazine. We’ll still have all of the great content you love, and some great new stuff, too, just like we always have – only now, even our name will be queer.

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Cupid Strikes Again: The End of V Day

A red sun sets on Valentine’s Day 2018, with 1 wounded and 1 newly celebrated as a hero, as a Valentine’s Day celebration ran what some might call amuck. At 7:05 AM, Charlie Parsley, 28, woke up like it was any other day. They got up, dressed ,ate breakfast, and then began to scroll through their non-chronological instagram feed, liking videos of cats and memes trolling Cancers.

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Would A Queer/Bar By Any Other Name Smell As Sweet?

According to their initial announcement, Queer/Bar is meant to be “an inclusive gathering space for the LGBTQIA community and strives to have a team, ownership, and clientele reflect the diversity of the city.” Given that Seattle is mostly white, mostly cisgender, and mostly well to do, then so far it’s been mission accomplished.

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Where Everybody Knows Your Name: Re-bar

Re-bar occupies a strange and lovely place in Seattle – both spatially and historically. The bar, located in the nebulous Denny Triangle, has provided a safe space for queer nightlife in the city for decades. It’s also where Nirvana staged its record release show for Nevermind (and where the band was famously kicked out of that same night).

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