End of July Updates – YouTube and RocPride! July has been SUCH a busy month, and it’s not over yet! I wanted to take a few minutes to update folks here on my blog about what’s been going on in July. First – the most important news. All Belong @ Kat’s Big Queer Poly… Continue reading July Updates and Roc Pride Memories!
What PRIDE Means To Me June is national PRIDE month. I’m lucky, here in Rochester, we celebrate PRIDE in July – but most other folks in this country celebrate in June – so we Rochester folks get twice as much fun! National Pride month is a time to celebrate, reflect, remember, and advocate. Pride… Continue reading What Pride Means To Me
Queer & Poly In Media – Image Out Spring Fest 22. All Films Rebel Dykes Wildhood You Are My Sunshine Queer and Poly In The Media – ImageOut Spring Festival 2022. Hi Friends! Rochester is blessed to have an organization such as ImageOut. ImageOut now produces their main festival in the fall,… Continue reading Queer and Poly in the Media – ImageOut Spring Fest 2022
Accidentally Misgendering – Part Two Hello Friends! A little while ago, I posted some tips about what to do (and not do) if you accidentally misgender someone. My general advice when this happens is to apologize briefly, say thanks, and state it won’t happen again. As for things not to do, I advised against being… Continue reading Accidentally Misgender Part Two
Accidentally Misgendering, and How To Make It Right Hello Friends! The other day, I saw a friend get accidentally misgendered on a social media site. My friend corrected the person who then spent three or four good sized paragraphs apologizing, explaining themselves and asking questions. I was tempted to post to tell the person that… Continue reading What To Do If You Accidentally Misgender Someone
Up Against The Wall: Art, Activism, and the AIDS Poster This past weekend, I had the opportunity to go hang out with some friends and we went to the Memorial Art Gallery here in Rochester, NY. This large exhibit features 165 HIV/AIDS-related posters spanning a time from from 1982 to the present. From the… Continue reading Up Against The Wall
Kat Reviews – Fat Folks Can For my very first local review, I thought I’d focus on a local, queer owned business that I get all my favorite masks from. Christine, owner of Fat Folks Can, is a sewing wizard and has a great eye for fabrics and patterns. Their masks have become my… Continue reading Kat Reviews – Fat Folks Can