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Events

Trouble in (Queer) Paradise: What Does It Take To Be Different After Dark?

Posted October 16, 2012 by Ian

There’s something in the Montreal soil that keeps bearing the raddest fruit. The newly minted queer collective, going by the name of Trouble is throwing it’s first of many dance party fundraisers for ACCM (AIDS Community Care Montreal) on November 3rd, at Espace Reunion (here is the Facebook event), lying just behind Montreal nightlife’s old […]

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Arts & Entertainment

Women’s Comedy Festival ‘She’s Canadian, Eh!’ Highlights Funny Gay Female Comics

Posted August 19, 2011 by Erika

In an industry completely dominated by men, and a society that thinks women can’t be funny, it can sometimes be difficult to succeed or gain recognition as a female comedian. Montreal’s Eman started the Canadian Women’s Comedy Festival ‘She’s Canadian, Eh?’ to combat the idea that female comedians aren’t very funny; The Gaily was gladly […]

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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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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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Gaily Beat

Life “Without Men”, Youth Centre For Montreal, and Lesbians Want To Go To Prom

Posted August 2, 2011 by Nikki

As Summer has officially begun it’s descent into the world down below, my optimism has about as much cheer as a grave.

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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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Ride a F*cking Bike with the Gaily

Posted May 11, 2011 by Team Gaily

What is the best thing about Montreal summers? Festivals? Cute boys having picnics at Lafontaine in their cut offs and American Apparel tank tops? The hot girls on their fixed-gear bikes who, even in the blazing weather, are still wearing high-top sneakers? Recently a group of us were sitting around – copious amounts of wine […]

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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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