Hey Y’all, It is with a heavy heart that we write this cancelation email since queer connection and community is so important during this time of uncertainty, isolation, fear, and rage. We really wanted to make this gathering happen, but it’s clear at this point that it’s not. Not only is COVID-19 complicating all in-person […]
The current date for the 2020 Queer Gathering is August 7-9, so mark your calendars!!! Also, new this year, we are accepting donations (and will also be applying for grants) to offer travel stipends for those who cannot otherwise afford to attend the event, prioritizing to people of color. If you’d like to make a […]
Thanks to everyone who came to 2019 Twin Oaks Queer Gathering! It was great to see old friends and make new ones. If you didn’t fill out a paper evaluation at the gathering, please take a few minutes to let us know how we did and what you’d like to see next year at https://forms.gle/EKZyjiifQFtRKkYm6
NO! Giving and Receiving No with Comfort, Grace, and Glee For many of us, especially women, femmes, and AFABs, saying “no” can be a challenge—we’ve been taught that our social acceptance and even our safety depends on our compliance and malleability. Many of us also struggle with feelings of rejection when we are given “no,” […]
On Sunday night of 2019 Twin Oaks Queer Gathering, we’ll be showing a series of short films featuring QTPOC and Asexual identities – and others of course cuz intersectionality!
Kids are totally welcome! Parents maintain bottom-line responsibility for their children, however, we will have some amount shared childcare and kid-activities available so that parents can experience some time on their own (please email us for details). If you want to hang out with kids for a couple hours, you can sign up for a […]
Check out our new 2019 schedule (subject to change). It has the best of last year plus a few changes we think you’ll enjoy 🙂
The Campaign for Southern Equality has generously given Twin Oaks Queer Gathering a $300 grant in order to help facilitate outreach to folks from marginalized populations and subsidize registration costs for those who cannot afford the suggested registration fee. Thanks, y’all!
Diversity Richmond has generously given Twin Oaks Queer Gathering a $1000 grant in order to help facilitate outreach to folks from marginalized populations and subsidize registration costs for those who cannot afford the suggested registration fee. Thanks, Diversity!
Cel is a seed grower, homeschool teacher, and an artist. Cel is also transgender and uses masculine (he/him) or neutral pronouns (they/them or co/cos). He is formerly a member of Baltimore Free Farm, an urban garden and co-operative house. There, Cel was involved in reclaiming dumpster and pre-dumpster food among other things. After growing tired […]