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Pride 2021: Virtual Events That Celebrate Queer Culture
Pride 2021: Virtual Events That Celebrate Queer Culture
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Pride is much more than a rainbow-hued celebration of queer culture. It's a time for us all to band together to learn, to listen, to laugh — and, of course, to dance. Show your Pride with these virtual events that celebrate and honor LGBTQIA+ history, culture, and community.
Pride 2021: Virtual Events That Celebrate Queer Culture
Pride 2021: Virtual Events That Celebrate Queer Culture
Pride 2021: Virtual Events That Celebrate Queer Culture
Pride 2021: Virtual Events That Celebrate Queer Culture
Sammlung von Eventbrite
Pride is much more than a rainbow-hued celebration of queer culture. It's a time for us all to band together to learn, to listen, to laugh — and, of course, to dance. Show your Pride with these virtual events that celebrate and honor LGBTQIA+ history, culture, and community.
Pride is much more than a rainbow-hued celebration of queer culture. It's a time for us all to band together to learn, to listen, to laugh — and, of course, to dance. Show your Pride with these virtual events that celebrate and honor LGBTQIA+ history, culture, and community.

Young adults of the LGBTQ+ community (ages 18 to 24) are invited to join Kaleidoscope for an afternoon of coffee and affirming support online. Meet peers, get resources, and feel encouraged!

This diverse group of queer country musicians aims to prove that country music belongs to all of us. Tickets start at $0, so no one is turned away.

Learn the surprisingly simple skill of needle felting while making a set of 3D rainbow earrings, just in time for Pride.

A pair of NYC theaters present this experimental show, asking audience members to share stories from their lives, which serve as the jumping off point for improvised scenes about LGTBQ+ pride.

Celebrate queer art by purchasing a pay-what-you-can ticket to this evening of comedy, music and drag, all presented by LGTBQ+ performers.

Celebrate Pride Month with this storytelling hour, hosted by the Dedham Public Library.

This judgement-free, beginner-friendly class has been a tradition since 2015, and the virtual version is a safe, welcoming way to try out yoga in your own home.

This event celebrates LGBTQ+ voice and best-selling author Wade Rouse. Rouse has written 12 books and will discuss tips for successful writing as well as insights into his novels.

This monthly book club reads work with LGBTQ+ themes or authors who identify including "Boy Erased" by Garrard Conley and a queer Muslim memoir.

Storytellers will speak to the triumphs and challenges still being faced by the lack of representation behind the scenes in the LGTBQIA+ community. The focus will leading us into a society that is more inclusive, safe, and welcoming.

Get ready to feel your feelings and laugh your ass off at this book talk, hosted by Books are Magic and Tyler Ford, with advice columnist and debut author Maddy Court.

Coloring for adults? Clearly, yes. Download the pages in advance as you disconnect from the world and focus on this creative experience with the people around you.

This is the first in a series of three allyship training workshops focusing on how transphobic microaggressions still show up in workplaces across the country.

New York State now recognizes Juneteenth as an official holiday. Explore themes related to Juthe celebration of Juneteenth and Pride month at this virtual discussion, hosted by SUNY.

Ricky Martin may not even be the best part of this event — though he's clearly a draw. Celebrate Pride Month and learn about onePULSE Foundation’s OUTLOVE HATE campaign. Then stay for selfie tips and consider supporting the cause (hint: these things are related).

Hosted by New York-based drag performer, activist, and filmmaker Blake Deadly, this celebration gives a venue for LGBTQ+ youth to express their emotions, thoughts, and experiences through poetry, prose, and performance.

Log onto Discord and take part in this virtual festival presented by NYC Gaymers, where you can chat with other attendees, watch live shows and (virtually) visit sponsor booths.

Sober Pride is a panel hosted by Soberocity in honor of LGBTQIA+ Pride month. Dive into each panelist’s journey of navigating the sober and queer community, and their advice to newly sober individuals who are just embarking on this journey.

In this storytelling open mic, audience members sign up for 5-minute slots to tell their best real-life, first-person, consensual sex stories. It’s queer-friendly, kink-friendly, lifestyle-friendly, body-positive, sex-positive, and wildly fun.

Calvin S. Cato hosts this storytelling event, featuring saucy tales delivered by a cast of talented drag performers, streaming live on YouTube.

Atlanta Black Pride hosts this moderated panel discussing the struggles, loves, and sisterhood of Black lesbians.

This free virtual bash is open to LGBTQ youth and young adults ages 13 to 30 with performances from local drag royalty, celebrity appearances, incredible music, PRIDE shout outs, and information about life saving services.

Learn how the AIDS pandemic was used against queer people of people and how that stigma still keeps people in the shadows to this day.

Teens can claim their space in the writing world when they attend this program featuring prompts to free-write about identity and self expression. There's also the opportunity to share writing (if desired) and get book recommendations for LGBTQ+ writers.

New York Road Runners presents this Pride-themed fitness class, designed for runners and anyone else who wants to work on stability and strength.

Attention history buffs and fashion plates: Attend this event in "your best Pride-themed outfit" for your chance to win a gift card. Then try your hand at LGBTQ+ trivia.

The Strand bookstore celebrates Pride with a panel hosted by author Mona Eltahawy, gathering LGBTQIA authors from around the globe to discuss writing and grappling with one's identity.

How well do you know LGBTQ+ history? Test your knowledge in four different categories with trivia players from around the globe.

Rushzilla Productions and Gay AF team up to showcase a lineup of Toronto comedians and drag performers during this virtual event, organized in partnership with Pride Toronto.

This virtual rally features community activists, artists, and more to take a stand against violence towards the LGBTQIA+ community.

San Francisco sketch company Killing My Lobster debuts a new streaming show that's all about queer comedy, filled with drag, singing, and instructions for creating an at-home Pirde parade.

The San Francisco branch of performance troupe the NeoFuturists celebrates Pride with special version of its signature show (30 mini-plays in 60 minutes) that highlight its LGBTQ+ performers. Plus, half of all proceeds benefit the Transgender Law Center.

All self-identified LGBTQIA+ siblings are invited to join in an exploration of pride, resiliency, and solidarity during this daylong meditation experience. The day will include silence/inner practice, community shares, music, and mindful movement.

Drag Queen Story Hour brings together three performers from across the United States for an hour of storytelling that promotes social justice and celebrates individuality.

Get a DIY kit shipped straight to your door and learn how to make a colorful Pride-themed "piñata cake" with a professional baker.

Black cis- and transgender men are welcome to this monthly virtual gathering, which aims to build trust, understanding, and connection between Black bi+ men and other members of the Black community.

Explore the history of Pride in the UK and LGBTQ+ activism, including the Lesbian Strength marches of the 1980s, the fight against Section 28 and the courage of trans and bi people as they launch their own Pride events in recent years.

Celebrate Pride with The POC Drag Art Collective, a group of Black and Brown performers that will discuss why this month is so important to them.

In order to show up for queer immigrants, you must first understand their lived experiences. Come deepen your understanding of intersectionality so you can be a more informed ally and activist.

Join Executive Director of Pride at Work Jerame Davis to learn how his organization is seeking full equality for LGBTQ+ workers

Liverpool theater the Spare Rib streams a virtual Pride celebration that showcases burlesque, cabaret and drag performers from throughout the United Kingdom.