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Whats Queer and Going on in February

Learning the basics of voguing, political activism, youth events and drag shows are the queer agenda for February 2021!


Steel City Stonewall Democrats 2021 Endorsement Meeting

February 28 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm, online

On February 28 2021, the Steel City Stonewall Democrats will convene its entire membership to vote on which candidates will receive the organization’s endorsement for the 2021 primary elections.

TransVisibility: See Me.

Tonight, February 4, 2021@ 7:30 PM, online


National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

February 5 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm, online.

Presented in by True T Pittsburgh in partnership with Macedonia FACE and Project Silk. You may not hear about these terms as much today as in years past, but HIV/AIDS is still wreaking havoc in the African-American community. If you are African-American, National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD) offers the latest updates on the fight against infection and disease. This years 3-part celebration of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is presented in collaboration with Macedonia FACE and Project Silk. The festivities include a Panel Discussion, with local and nationally recognized healthcare experts, LIVE performances featuring local talents, and an interactive Jeopardy inspired Game Show offering gifts and prizes to the lucky winners.


Drag and Dine @ Brewer’s

Every Friday and Saturday in February @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm, Brewer’s

The Queens are back and ready to SLAY the stage at Brewers Bar, the oldest LGBTQIA+ Friendly Bar in Pittsburgh! A Dinner show sure to excite & delight as the performers flip, dip, and dive around and OFF the stage!

Performances from your Brewers House Cast every Friday & Saturday Night.

Seating starts at 8PM – Show at 8:30 – Reserved seating only

Table reservations required. Tickets are sold by the table for seating up to 6 per table.

Initial food options included with your ticket purchase – Personal Pizza or a Hot Dog. Other food options available for purchase.

CDC Guidelines and State Mandates will be followed.


Prism of Beaver County Virtual Hang Out

Every Saturday in February @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm, online.

P.R.I.S.M. (Pride. Respect. Inspiration. Safety. Mentoring.) is a nonprofit outreach organization for the LGBTQ+ youth of Beaver County. Text or call 724-759-5228 for the meeting info.


#OPENYOURPURSE Digital Drag Fundraiser

February 6 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm, online.

Join #CRCPGH annd TRUE T STUDIOS as we come together to raise $20,000 for Khadijat and Guilly! We have the HOTTEST Queens the interwebs have ever seen – Brooklyn Barbie, Venus Doom, Boo Barrymore, and Victoria Pope Lestat are breaking the internet with amazing numbers filled with ecstatic performances, beautiful looks, and incredible moves! Visionary Media production team will be ensuring we stay live on the air and catching all of the angles!


Sunday Brunch & Free Drag Show

Every Sunday in February @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm, 5801 Video Lounge.

Join 5801 each Sunday for Brunch from 11 am – 2 pm, and a Free drag show beginning at 12 pm. Performing on the February 7th is Anna Stezia & Alexa Chapman!! Special Cocktails, Made to Order Brunch, Inappropriate Hurricanes, and a Great Show will brighten any Sunday! Come out and enjoy with your friends at 5801.


VOGUE 101 Workshop Series

Starting February 7 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

“Strike A Pose… Vogue!”Led by “Legendary” Tinky Younger
You asked, so we delivered! — Led by “The Captain” of #kNOwSHADE Vogue Ensemble; Tinky Younger, we invite you to put on your good shoes and strike a pose with this 6-week vogue workshop! — Each week Tinky will break down “The 5 Elements of Vogue” and guide more advanced participants in mastering “The Art of Performance”, ending with a class battle streamed LIVE on Facebook to crown this season’s Vogue 101 Champion.


Deaf Queer Chat

February 8 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm, online.

Looking for an online LGBTQ+ space to connect with others in the new year? Join Hugh Lane Wellness Foundation’s monthly conversations for people who use sign language to communicate.


Parent2Parent Support Group

February 11 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm, online.

We would love to welcome you to our parent-to-parent coffee!

This informal gathering allows us as parents of transgender, gender nonconforming and gender questioning children to connect. This is a parent run event, open only to parents and direct caregivers of these children. We respect each others confidentiality and the fact that we may be in different stages of this journey. We all have felt very alone and confused at times, and have found that connecting with other parents of gender nonconforming children to be a great relief.

Join us online for a Zoom get together.

Please email themamabearmail@gmail.com for details.


Leather and Lace, Hot Metal Hardware February Show

February 12 @ 10:00 pm – 11:30 pm, online

The season of love is here and we’re bringing back a classic Hot Metal Hardware theme: Leather and Lace!
Are you more into rustic, tight leather or dainty, frilly lace? Either way we’ve got something for you in our night of Gender Performance n’at with our Hot Metal Hardware hotties and special guests: Luna Lupa, Desdemona Lott, and Rasta Boi Punnany!For access/tickets, send $10 and your email address to:VENMO-@Lyndsey-Sickler
PAYPAL – www.paypal.me/LyndseySickler
CASHAPP @knottedsouls


LGBTQIA+ Game Night

February 13 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Join Community House Presbyterian Church and Pittsburgh Queer Families Safe Place at 6:30pm for a physically distanced and masked up game night. Snacks and water provided. 120 Parkhurst St
Pittsburgh,PA15212United States


Virtual Snurch with the Steel City Sisters

February 14 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm, online.

Greetings o’ best beloveds! Come join the Nuns of Steel for our biweekly online “Snurch” every other sunday at 11 am via Google meets. Queer centered services open to community participation from all. Bring a song, a story, whatever, and just hang out! Google meet link will be given out shortly before each Snurch commences.


The Warhol: Pop Out

February 17 and alternating Wendesdays @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm, online.

Pop Out is a casual virtual space for teens to learn about art and activism from members of the LGBTQ+ Community and plan a socially-distant outdoor in-person gathering in May 2021.

Tops for the spring include zinemaking, photography, creative writing, appropriating imagery, organizing, and DJing. Register for one session or all seven.

Email thompson@warhol.org to register or for more information.


In Our Own Write: Creative Writing for LGBT Elders (ages 50+)

Starting February 17 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm, online

Join writer Erik Schuckers from the University of Pittsburgh’s Center for Creativity for this FREE virtual nine-week workshop.

Through readings, guided writing prompts, and workshop discussions, learn how to share your experiences through poetry and short nonfiction.

We’ll meet twice a week via the free Zoom platform to explore writing from memory, family and community, the body, and more, all from our unique perspectives as LGBT elders. Meetings will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 7-8 p.m.

We’ll read and discuss contemporary LGBT pieces, write and share our own original work, and have the chance to meet virtually with publishing LGBT writers.

At the end, you’ll be able to share what you create through a collective reading and a limited edition chapbook to be distributed to all participants and archived in the University of Pittsburgh Library System.

This workshop is geared specifically toward those with little or no previous writing experience: beginners welcome! The only requirements are access to a computer and the desires to explore creative writing and connect with our community.


Teen Book Club – Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love, & So Much More

Join PGH Equality Center as we read “Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love, & So Much More” by Janet Mock. We will meet via Zoom on February 22. Email info@pghequalitycenter.org for the link or join our Youth Program Facebook group.


Financial Literacy Workshop

February 25 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm, online

Presented in Partnership w/ Citizens Bank – Bloomfield BranchFacilitated by Christopher LemkeTrue T PGH partners with our community friends from Citizens Banks to provide FREE Financial Literacy training for LGBTQIA+ community members and beyond. Meetings take place on the last Wednesday of each month, and the curriculum is specially designed to meet the needs of the average individual living through today’s difficult times. Materials are culturally sensitive to the diverse True T PGH community and tackle financial topics.


February Shine Digital Open Stage

February 26 @ 9:00 pm – 11:00 pm, online

Shine, Pittsburgh’s only 18+ non-competitive Open Stage has gone digital!Join us on Friday, February 26th on Zoom for a night of various talents shining on stage for our entertainment!We are an open stage that is open to all performers of every walk of experience. Any style or genre is welcome including (but not limited to): drag, burlesque, dancing, singing, live music, poetry, puppetry, magic, or anything that can be performed!And now that we are digital, we welcome acts from anywhere in the world!We will be starting promptly at 9pm EST on Zoom!


LGBTQIA+ Movie Night – The Normal Heart

February 27 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Join Community House Presbyterian Church and Pittsburgh Queer Families Safe Place at 6:30pm for a physically distanced and masked up movie night. Snacks and water provided. Community House Presbyterian Church120 Parkhurst St Pittsburgh,PA15212United States.

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