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Queerphoria: Nature is Gay! Deepening Pilina Between Queerness and ʻĀina

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The University of Hawaiʻi-based public service project Queerify is presenting their Spring 2024 series Queerphoria from February 17 - April 29. The program is designed to amplify queer voices, mobilize queer folks to speak our truths, and connect queer folks and allies with information and one another for a stronger, healthier community.  To learn more, … Continue reading Queerphoria: Nature is Gay! Deepening Pilina Between Queerness and ʻĀina

Chamber of Sustainable Commerce Pau Hana Mixer

SALT 691 Auahi St, Honolulu

The Chamber of Sustainable Commerce is a network of businesses striving for the triple bottom line: people, planet & prosperity. Theyʻre hosting pau hana networking gatherings across the islands and the next Oʻahu mixer will be on Thursday, April 4 from 6-8pm at SALT / Our Kakaʻako. Learn more here.

Hawaiʻi Gay Kickball League 2024 Championship Games

Kapiolani Regional Park 3840 Paki Avenue, Honolulu, HI

The Hawaiʻi Gay Kickball Leagueʻs Season 8 kicked off on January 20 and everyone is welcome to come out and enjoy a new season of camaraderie, competition, and community spirit. The League  invites players of all skill levels to join in celebrating diversity, inclusivity, and the joy of kickball under the Hawaiian sun. For more … Continue reading Hawaiʻi Gay Kickball League 2024 Championship Games

Wanda Sykes: Please & Thank You Tour

Hawaii Theatre Center 1130 Bethel Street, Honolulu

“I’ve been doing dates sporadically throughout the years, but this time I’m doing a legit tour, and I’m very excited about it" says Wanda Sykes, Emmy winning, fourteen-time nominated stand-up comic, writer, actress and producer. In 2023 Sykes is nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards for her latest Netflix Special Wanda Sykes; I’m and Entertainer … Continue reading Wanda Sykes: Please & Thank You Tour

Queerphoria: A Rose Is Still A Rose–Healing from Sexual Assault

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The University of Hawaiʻi-based public service project Queerify is presenting their Spring 2024 series Queerphoria from February 17 - April 29. The program is designed to amplify queer voices, mobilize queer folks to speak our truths, and connect queer folks and allies with information and one another for a stronger, healthier community.  To learn more, … Continue reading Queerphoria: A Rose Is Still A Rose–Healing from Sexual Assault

G4G Oahu + The Pantry Volunteer Gathering

The Pantry 2522 Rose Street, Honolulu, HI

Come join Gay For Good ʻOahu (G4G) at The Pantry near the airport and get to interact with some of their weekly clients that come for food items. Wear comfortable clothing, and closed-toe shoes are required. Sign up ASAP as spots are very limited. Date: Wednesday, April 10 Time: Noon–2:15 pm Location: The Pantry, 2522 Rose Street, Honolulu, … Continue reading G4G Oahu + The Pantry Volunteer Gathering

Honolulu AIDS Walk Fundraiser Rave

Hawaiian Brian's HB Social Club 1680 Kapiolani Blvd, Honolulu

Come dance the night away at HB Social Club for a fundraiser rave that benefits Hawai’i Health & Harm Reduction Center’s annual Honolulu AIDS Walk. The event is on Friday, April 12, 2024, doors open at 9:00 pm and the party continues until 1:30 am, featuring local DJs – SVJ, Hellen Earth, Jay Gorden, Kazuo, … Continue reading Honolulu AIDS Walk Fundraiser Rave

Lei Pua ʻAla: Community Participation

Lei Pua ʻAla

Lei Pua ʻAla is a multidimensional project to document and memorialize gender and sexual diversity across the uniquely multicultural landscape of Hawaiʻi. The team behind the project is inviting community participation to help bring forward stories of the people, places, and events that have shaped the history of Hawaii’s Māhū - LGBTQ+ communities and to … Continue reading Lei Pua ʻAla: Community Participation

Day of Silence

The Day of Silence (DOS) is a student-led day of action established in 1996 and supported by the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network since 2001. Itʻs an annual day of silent protest against the bullying of LGBT students and their supporters. The 2023 event will be held on Friday, April 14. Learn more by … Continue reading Day of Silence