bixi
Culture

BIXI Montreal – Sweaty and oh-so-fabulous.

Posted May 3, 2011 by Ty

Dear Bixi, I love you. I say this as I walk away from my now docked Bixi bike after my frantic rush to work this morning. I have to admit that I am an avid Bixi enthusiast and would suggest anyone ride one of these rent-able bikes anytime they need a quick trip in downtown Montreal. […]

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takeoffyourclothes
Montreal

He said | She said: Take Off Your Clothes

Posted July 22, 2011 by Rosel

R: On July 9-10, Alex and I participated in “Take Off Your Clothes!” clothing swap event at Place-des-Arts as volunteers and swappers…starting bright and early at 6:30 in the morning. A: Our second year doing it. It keeps getting bigger. R: Here’s some background on the S.W.A.P. Team – created in 2007, it is run entirely […]

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hoover and tolson
Montreal

When liberation becomes limiting: anti-homophobia rhetoric and the essentialized homo

Posted May 17, 2011 by Erika

Were J. Edgar Hoover and Clyde Tolson homos? Ooops. Let me be politically correct. Were they a “same-sex couple”? Apparently some people think so. Happy International Day Against Homophobia.

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Montreal

Montreal Fringe Focus – Robby Hoffman: Autobiography

Posted June 13, 2011 by Rosel

On the opening night of her show, Robby Hoffman was wondering if she should be getting something to eat, since the last meal she ate was breakfast at 2pm. She’s looking sharp, a little bit nervous, and irreverent, dressed in a fuschia blazer and a floral bowtie.

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Art

Montreal’s JJ Levine Exhibits ‘Queer Portraits: 2010-2012’ at RATS9 Gallery

Posted October 22, 2012 by Saturn

A rare Montreal show, JJ Levine is currently exhibiting their Queer Portraits: 2010 – 2012 at RATS 9 Gallery. The exhibit explores complex notions of gender, sexuality and queer space, and is a continuation of Levine’s earlier Queer Portrait collections dating back to 2006. Each portrait expresses a unique story. Each seemingly capturing some essential aspect of […]

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light a spark
Montreal

Montreal Queer Sparks Speak: It’s A Roundtable

Posted August 11, 2011 by Erika

In the next few weeks I will be very busy organizing a feminist roundtable over at kickaction.ca – you should probably check it out because there are some awesome queer Montrealers ready to speak their minds on topics that may be of interest to you. Earlier this spring, Montreal’s Girls Action Foundation launched the Light A […]

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piknic
Montreal

Elie’s Picks: Piknic Électronik or, The Happiest Place On Earth

Posted June 10, 2011 by Elie

What’s more awesome than a sunny Sunday afternoon in Montreal? Why, a sunny afternoon at Piknic Electronik of course! For the few who remain unconverted, listen up friends: Piknic is quite possibly my favorite place in the world. A huge outdoor party where you get to drink outside without the pretense of or need to […]

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Events

Beers & Queers: Website Launch with Mad June Thursday May 26

Posted May 21, 2011 by Erika

We are extremely proud, here at the Gaily, about the work we have already done and the love and support we have received from our friends, families, and complete strangers around the country. We are proud to be an independent lgbt voice in Canada that can talk about queer culture, sex, and politics in a […]

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