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HalloQueen fest to feature Dusty Ray Bottoms, raise funds for local LGBTQ+ nonprofits

In just a few days, October 23 and 24, Drag Queen Story Time will present the third annual HalloQueen Fest in Louisville. This event is one of kind in that it welcomes people of all ages, supports local businesses and non-profits, and is the only LGBTQIA+ Halloween festival in Kentucky! This year it is being …

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Bowling Green pride celebrates with entertainment and advocacy

Southern Kentucky better start getting ready now for Bowling Green’s Pride on October 23 at Circus Square Park! Celebrations will begin on Friday evening with the Official BG Pride Pre-Party at Donna’s Bar. This pre-party will feature prime entertainment by the Primadonnas and all the glamour that goes along with that group. On Saturday, October …

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Dusty Ray Bottoms and Alexis Michelle bring two hour cabaret comedy to Louisville

It’s no secret that the Kentuckiana area is home to several Queens from RuPaul’s Drag Race. Many of these Queens perform for their home crowds between gigs across the United States. One such Queen and Ban Conversion Therapy Kentucky advocate, Dusty Ray Bottoms, will perform alongside Alexis Michelle (RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 9) for their …

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RuPaul’s Drag Race Jackie Cox brings bewitching solo tour ‘JackieVision’ to Kentucky

In the wake of a universally tumultuous couple of years, many of LGBTQ+ people turned to simple pleasures to cope: knitting, baking, or comforting media. In Jackie Cox’s case, her refuge was television.  JackieVision is a love letter not just to TV but to the idea that we have these things in our lives that …

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Kentuckiana Pride announces COVID guidelines for Oct. festival

Several fall LGBTQ+ organizations canceled their fall Pride festivals, but Kentuckiana Pride lives on as an in person event with strict COVID precautions. KPF announced today that all attendees entering the festival are required to present either proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 test from a medical facility taken …

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Another Pride fest down: Lexington Pride ‘moves festival to June 2022’

The Lexington Pride Festival, produced by Pride Community Services Organization, fell in line with other organizations and canceled their 2021 event due to the rising numbers of COVID-19. “It is with a sad heart that I am contacting you ‘this time.’ Despite the community outcry for Pride following more than a year of isolation, loneliness …

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