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Kingston’s first Summer Queer Film Showcase starts June 4

It’s this really cool idea of showcasing lives that are often never seen authentically in film.” — Matt Salton, Executive DirectorReelOut queer film + video festival The show must go on — lockdowns notwithstanding — for ReelOut’s first Summer Queer Film Showcase starting Friday, Jun. 4, 2021. With two virtual

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Napanee grassroots initiatives ramp up to show more pride during Pride Month

It’s about accepting people for who they are.” — Chris Beauchesne June is Pride month and while many communities have quickly stepped up to celebrate in big, elaborate ways, Greater Napanee has arguably taken a slower, backseat approach to Pride celebrations, according to some in the community. During a Greater

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Local business owner ‘furious’ about vandalism to pride signage

When business owner Amanda Stewart arrived to work on the morning of Tuesday, Jul. 9, 2019, what greeted her at her storefront was anything but welcoming. There, on the windows of her Princess Street business, Amanda’s House of Elegance, was graffiti, marking up the signage Stewart had put up in

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Hundreds gather with Pride in downtown Kingston

  Hundreds and hundreds of people flocked to downtown Kingston to celebrate Pride 2019 on Saturday, Jun. 15, 2019. From the raising of the Pride flag during the opening ceremonies just after 9:30 a.m. and the Community Fair in Confederation Park all day, to the parade the took the Pride

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Kingston’s first Queer Prom takes place this weekend

  The Kingston Youth Pride Council and Queen’s Faculty of Education Genders & Sexualities Alliance (GSA) are presenting Queer Prom on Saturday, June 8, 2019 from 7 to 10 p.m. Queer Prom will be taking place at the Queen’s University Faculty of Education at 511 Union Street West, a fully

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