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More pride prep…guess we’re already thinking about June and maybe some sunny weather. Last year, The Q Center and the Gay Lesbian Archives of the Pacific Northwest sponsored Queer Heroes, naming 30 heroes from Portland LGBT community. The inaugural list included … Continue reading
Strut your stuff to locals and tourists alike with a booth at Portland Pride and Vancouver Pride (aka Saturday in the Park). Whether you are a business, solo entrepreneur, non-profit, sports league, a food vendor, whatever…show it off to the … Continue reading
The Q Center is a great resource for Portland and the entire Pacific Northwest, but what continually impresses me upon each visit is the Kendall Clawson Library. It is a rich, diverse and ever-growing collection of books by, for and … Continue reading
While the Portland queer community has many sports organizations, the largest is the Rose City Softball Association. Slow pitch softball for all skill levels, genders and orientations. Whether you are a softball veteran or looking for something new and different … Continue reading
This week, Basic Rights Oregon announced that they are ready to lead the charge on getting marriage equality on the state ballot for 2014. The petition drive to get it on the ballot starts NOW, with a major rollout tomorrow … Continue reading
Here at the 365PDXq blog, we’ll occasionally look at one Portland gayborhood in particular. This time, let’s traipse through Irvington/Hollywood. Ready to take Broadway to Hollywood??? Irvington even has a gay bar for goodness sake! Joq’s has been a neighborhood … Continue reading