Check out the Things to Do calendar for even more events and fun! Silverado SW 3rd : Where to go if you like old brick, daddies, and zaddies. Boys mostly dance on weekends. If Silverado embodies Old Portland style and classic gay ambience, Stag represents New Portland with its contemporary SoCal lounge decor, single stage, and range of male beauty standards.
And while things are scary as hell in the real world, at Up, we are gayer, queerer, louder, prouder, and more ourselves than ever. We fought for generations to get where we are against a world that criminalized and stigmatized us for just being who we are. It has 50 years since the Stonewall Riots, and we stil have a long way to go as persecution still persists all over today. But at this event, we celebrate all the blood, sweat and tears that have been and will be shed. We celebrate every fiber of our being and reject any notion that we are anything less than deserving of all the best. We celebrate the defiance that started a revolution and the wonderfully beautiful community we have become. And the only real crime will be not dressing up for this event.
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Outside the door, a bake sale raises money for nonprofit Trans Lifeline. Inside, everyone from tweens in star-spangled knee-socks to white-haired seniors in ballcaps do-si-do with whomever they please. Square dancing has long been a symbol of corny, conservative traditionalism. Since the s, LGBT square dances have built welcoming, boisterous scenes that have upended gender-normative traditions. These days, says year-old caller, banjo player, and queer Portlander Steph Noll, Old Time—style square dancing has a lot in common with the riot grrrl scene she grew up with.