OutWrite is a celebration of LGBT Literature. The weekend is full of book readings, writing workshops, book discussions, poetry readings and more. Several LGBT book publishers regularly exhibit at OutWrite. We will have both new and used LGBT books for sale all day long on Saturday August 5th. The 7th Annual OutWrite LGBT Book Festival will take place Friday August 4th through Sunday August 6th with most events taking place at the Reeves Center in Washington DC. Most of the book readings and the exhibit hall will take place on Saturday August 5th.
Yaoi/Yuri North is the annual LGBTQ-centric programming track that runs as part of Anime North. Programming features a variety of informative panels and events including fandom-specific discussions, queer lifestyle, and yaoi/yuri fandom topics, as well as evening/overnight viewings and a multitude of contests. Popular panels from previous years include World History of Homosexuality, Gay Sex 101 (18+), Crossplay 101, Fandom Ate My Soul, Psychology of Yaoi, Yuri in the West, and Yuri 101....continue »
HavenCon is the first all-inclusive geek and gaming convention in Texas to focus on the LGBT+ and Ally communities.
It is an event people from all over can attend to enjoy their favorite fandom without the fear of judgment or harassment for simply being themselves. Various artists, vendors, creators, and developers can come to show their support for the community or to raise awareness for an LGBT-focused project of their own....continue »
Once a year, approximately 1500 people get together in New York City to mingle, get to know each other, enrich, broaden, and even extend their lives through the amazing medium of LGBT books. The New York Rainbow Book Fair is America’s longest-running LGBT book fair, and the largest LGBT book event in the country. It has grown every year since its beginning in 2009. It brings together thoughtful, interesting people of all ages, from early teens to those in their 70s and 80s; from a spectrum of countries, ethnicities, gender identities, and viewpoints....continue »