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HEYO Interview Series: Gia Gunn

HEYO Interview Series: Gia Gunn

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 RuPaul’s Drag Race and Drag Race Allstars cast member Gia Gunn, who shares how drag helped her realize her true self as a woman.

Outstanding Queer Comic Competition Winner: Mitch Mitchell

Outstanding Queer Comic Competition Winner: Mitch Mitchell

We started with 12 of the top queer comics in the PNW, but now it’s time to name the winner of the Outstanding: Queer Comic Competition, hosted by Bobby Higley. Congrats to Mitch Mitchell, the winner of the $1000 prize courtesy of AHF, and the Most Outstanding Queer Comic in the PNW!

HEYO Interview Series: Stasia Coup

HEYO Interview Series: Stasia Coup

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 masculine drag artist Stasia Coup, who talks about his preference for a beautiful, gentle, artistic masculinity and how the art of drag allows him to also portray his feminine side.

Outstanding Finals: D Martin Austin & Mitch Mitchell

Outstanding Finals: D Martin Austin & Mitch Mitchell

It’s the final round of Outstanding: Queer Comic Competition, hosted by Bobby Higley. Our top two queer comics, D Martin Austin and Mitch Mitchell, square off to compete for their share of $1500 in cash courtesy of AHF. Vote now for your favorite comic and help decide who’s the most Outstanding queer comic in the PNW!

HEYO Interview Series: Michete

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.

Trans and Nonbinary Actors in Trans and Nonbinary Roles

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.

HEYO Interview Series: Ebo Barton

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.

Outstanding Semi-Finals: D Martin Austin, Jenna Vesper, Paul Curry

Outstanding Semi-Finals: D Martin Austin, Jenna Vesper, Paul Curry

It’s the last semi-finals round of Outstanding: Queer Comic Competition, hosted by Bobby Higley. In this round, the winners of the second three episodes, D Martin Austin, Jenna Vesper, and Paul Curry, are competing for the last spot in the finals where they can win a share of $1500 in cash courtesy of AHF! Vote now for your favorite comic and help decide who’s the most Outstanding!

HEYO Interview Series: Max Delsohn

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.