by GK Gurley | above photo by Josh Bethea As Nashville has grown, so has its queer community. While queer people inhabit all areas of
Literature has always been a pivotal part of queer culture. We would not have the term “drag” were it not for Shakespeare. Writers and thinkers
The Supreme Court decision in June highlighted a harsh reality: there are major discrepancies between federal and state governments, and the checks and balances that
By GK Gurley | photos courtesy of Third Coast Comedy Club Nashville may be Music City, but we are a great place for laughs, too.
story by GK Gurley | photos by Bliss The year 2020 highlighted a multitude of racial barriers that exist throughout our society, and food security
Much of what is in the media does not represent our experience of being queer in the South. Now, there’s a new award-winning short film made by various Southern and queer people, about Southern queer people, called “Queer and Southern God”.