We are out but in. And you are too
We are an independent homepage with the biggest database of online and offline queer LGBTQ+ events from queers for queers. Big corporations shouldn’t have a monopoly on displaying what’s happening in our community online, we think. So if you have a queer event yourself please add it here
The Jender podcast is a weekly podcast in which Jen interviews her gender-variant friends on questions of gender and identity, on lockdown life and queer struggles in times of corona. It provides you with thoughts on fashion as well as recipes for feel-good dishes.
Queer artists often have multifaceted characters, a multitude of reasons why they went into their art and what they want to express through it. So in our artists interview section they get space to tell us more about their whys and hows.
Who is outbutin
“We” that’s two queers in love: Karina and Jen
Two people who, like most others got caught slightly off guard when the lockdown and more than anything, the closing of pubs and clubs was announced. Coming back from a trip to South East Asia, we were hungry for some home nightlife. To reconnect with our friends and faeries is the one thing we looked forward to really.
How to deal with a London in which you can’t go out and rave though ? Where to connect and dance? And where can we find info on what’s really going on now on the scene? Dancing home alone in front of a camera? What’s that like?
Luckily enough the DJs and venues we love are finding ways to work around it now. There is no platform that features all the updated queer quirky odd spiritual faerie events that we’d like to attend in one place though. So we decided to create this platform ourselves and fill it with lots of other funky interesting stuff.
So here is “Out but in” , a London queer events homepage, in collaboration with the Jender podcast and Baalfashion.
Enter your events, comment and post on the blog, listen to talks with Jender, answer questions on femininity and check out our collaborators.
Karina is a Dragqueen and a DJ. One might know her from performances at the Glory at Madam JoJos “Tranny academy” and from being stunningly beautiful at parties such ahttps://outbutin.org/category/blog-jen/s Transister.
Jen / Verde is a fashion designer, who likes to make sack look fashionable. We’re both immersed in the London scene and are determined to share with you what’s going on at the moment so we setup a queer events calendar.
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