Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews Erica’s First Holy Shit a comedic psychosexual lesbian fantasia of adventure and discovery.

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Queer communities in cities around the world are under increasing threat from rapidly rising rents and landlords more often favoring corporate big business tenants over small owner-managed businesses. In Erica’s First Holy Shit, we see how this is affecting bohemian Austin, Texas. The city’s famous queer fitness guru, Erica Nix, contemplates the changing tides of Austin’s … Continue reading

10 Reasons (and more) on why you should tune into aGLIFF Austin’s queer Film Fest

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  Like so many other queer film festivals these days aGLIFF (All Genders, Lifestyles, and Identities Film Festival) in Austin. Texas is the city’s oldest film festival.  And who said we would never!  With its latest edition PRISM 34 it continues with its mission to create positive and visible film programs relevant to the lives … Continue reading

Becoming Leslie : the story of the crossdresser who really succeeded in Keeping Austin Weird

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Leslie Cochrane was something of an acquired taste.  He was a very loud middle-aged scantily clad cross-dressing homeless man who was the self-styled leader of a movement called Keep Austin Weird. In his intriguing new documentary from Tracey Frazier we don’t initially know he ended up in this conservative Texas city that he proclaimed was … Continue reading

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