Queerness in Flux: Lesbian, Trans & Genderqueer Identities

 

In conjunction with the exhibition "OUT/LOOK & the Birth of the Queer" currently on display at the GLBT History Museum, this panel discussion will examine connections between the recent LGBTQ past and contemporary issues by addressing shifts in gender identities, culture and politics.

Surveys in the groundbreaking queer journal OUT/LOOK (1988-1992) asked "what is your gender?" with just two choices: female or male. Panelist will contrast that era of queer history with the radical gender possibilities created by LGBTQ people today.

Three of the panelists — Bo, Julian Carter and Ajuan Mance — have created works for the exhibition that interrogate gender and its intersections. Also joining the discussion will be New York-based activist and author Amber Hollibaugh, who has written extensively about gender in the context of class, age and economic justice.

LOCATION
The GLBT History Museum
4127 18th St., San Francisco
www.glbthistory.org

ADMISSION
$5.00 | Free for members

ABOUT the EXHIBITION
For more information the exhibition and the OUT/LOOK project, visit www.queeroutlook.org.

JOIN TODAY
Become a member of the GLBT Historical Society for free admission to this program, free museum admission, discounts in the museum shop and other perks: goo.gl/WjkGSn
  • The GLBT Historical Society
    4127 18th St, San Francisco
  • Thursday Nov 16
    7pm-9pm
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