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Desi-wise is there anything to do? Clubs/night ife etc...
Any help would be appreciated.
1. Are any of you "out" to your family? What were their reactions? Or do you try to keep things on the down low as much as possible?
2. Is there a queer community where you live? Is it an ethnic one? Do you feel you fit in?
any comments would be cool :)
Hi everyone. I have just created a community for GLBTQ Malaysians and am looking for users who would like to join. The community is called queermalaysians. All are welcome. =)
Also, to the mods, may I link your community in queermalaysians' profile page?
Crossposted in many communities on LJ.
Please join us for the *2009 LGBTQ Womyn of Color Conference* in
Philadelphia. This conference will bring *over 100* LGBTQ Womyn of Color
from the Philadelphia region and across the U.S to a 2-day event filled with
thought-provoking discussion, art-making, healing, and networking among
*April 3, 2009 - OPENING NIGHT* (5pm-8:30pm): Feature Performance by
Staceyann Chin with *Exclusive Booksigning* of her new memoir, *The Other
Side of Paradise*. Other Performances include 3XLadyCrew and Nzinga Arts
Collective Feat. Vocalist Fatimah Loren. Location: Christ Church Theate
(2nd Street Between Market and Arch) Phila,PA)( Collapse )
i know this is not essentially an adding community and i (will be a little heartbroken but) won't complain if the moderators choose to delete this post, but i'm more or less new to LJ and would like to read and interact with people writing about queer issues on a day-to-day basis, in personal life, as well as socially/academically. well, as short and sweet as that.
will be looking forward to the responses! (or hoping that the post doesn't get banned in the first place. heh!)
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
DEADLINE: MAY 30, 2009
APIQWTC (Asian Pacific Islander Queer Women and Transgender Community)
is a non-profit consortium of more than fifteen organizations in the
San Francisco Bay Area providing support and community for nearly 500
queer Asian and Pacific Islander individuals. The APIQWTC Scholarship
supports queer API women and transgender people in their pursuit of
technical/professional training or higher education. The scholarship
hopes to recognize those who are active in the community and encourage
APIQWTC will be awarding scholarships of $400 to two Asian/Pacific
Islander lesbian, bisexual, or queer women or transgender individuals
pursuing technical/professional training or an undergraduate/graduate
degree. High school seniors pursuing further education or training in
fall 2009 are also eligible to apply. Applicants should demonstrate
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