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The Big Gay Cabaret

  • Parent Category: News
  • Published: Friday, 28 December 2018 10:46
  • Written by Jason Scott

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The Big Gay Cabaret is back and it’s BIGGER and GAYER than ever
Saturday, January 19, 2019 at 3 PM – 5 PM
Our Saviour's Lutheran Church, Fresno, CA
2101 N Fruit Ave, Fresno, California 93705

We're raising money for Fresno Rainbow Pride Parade and Festival in June by showing off our own Pride! Come witness some of Fresno's most talented LGBTQ+ performers, along with a few of our favorite allies, as we sing and dance and act our hearts out, in order to raise money for a great cause.

Donations accepted at the door.

Performers include Alec Allnite, Logan Cooley, Lia Dewey, Michael C. Flores, Miguel Gastelum, Juan Guzman, Regina Harris, Christy Hathaway, Jeremy Hitch, Teya Juarez, Bill Knezovich, Terry Lewis, Nia Luchau, Chris Mangels, Jessica Meredith, Erik Olson, Dakota Simpson, Harley Sinn, Matthew Smoke, and Nicole Spate.

First Qistory Meeting

  • Parent Category: News
  • Published: Monday, 24 December 2018 16:44
  • Written by Jason Scott

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All are Welcome!

Join us for the first Qistory (queer history) community meeting. Qistory is working to record and preserve the stories and lives of LGBTQ people in Fresno & the Central Valley for future generations.

Come to the meeting to learn more about Qistory and how you can get involved.

Starbucks @ 741 E Olive Ave, Fresno. Tuesday Jan 15th 6pm-8pm

Diva X exits Club Legends

  • Parent Category: News
  • Published: Monday, 17 December 2018 16:00
  • Written by Jason Scott

The Diva X and The Xotica Show (started in 2004) announced they are leaving Club Legends, via a facebook video. The troop began at the club in January of 2013, shortly after the closure of The Express. They will continue to perform at Taste Tuesdays , an 18+ LGBTQ Night hosted at Aldo's Nightclub.


Announcement begins at approx 4:00

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Fresno Diocese’s LGBTQ ministry suspended

  • Parent Category: News
  • Published: Sunday, 23 December 2018 17:00
  • Written by Jason Scott

Bishop ArmandoA ministry geared toward the Catholic gay community has been suspended by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fresno. The reasons behind the suspension are unclear.

Called the LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning) Ministry, the group was touted as one of-its-kind in the diocese, and established in 2015 by John Prandini.

Teresa Dominguez, chancellor at the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fresno, told The Bee that the diocese had indefinitely suspended the ministry after Bishop Armando X. Ochoa was made aware of claims the ministry “may have evolved beyond its primary mission.”

But Dominguez and diocese officials declined to say how the ministry may have gone outside that mission. Staff at the St. Paul Catholic Newman Center where the ministry was housed were instructed to not speak with The Bee.

Continue reading at The Fresno Bee

Fresno EOC hiring LGBTQ+ Program Manager

  • Parent Category: News
  • Published: Wednesday, 12 December 2018 10:20
  • Written by Jason Scott

FresnoEOC LGBTQProvides community outreach and client recruitment under the direct supervision of the Sanctuary Director. The LGBTQ+ Program Manager fosters an inclusive environment in which LGBTQ+ community members can thrive and access resources, evaluates and oversees the program to ensure meeting funding requirements, and ensures alignment with Fresno EOC Sanctuary and Youth Services program objectives.

Assist in the fulfillment of the agency's vision, 'For Those We Serve,' by empowering individuals who thrive as healthy, self-sufficient and contributing members of our communities.

Review job requirements and apply, here.