Stonewall is Starting a Queer Oral History Project!

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Do you identify as queer? Have you wondered about the experiences of queers from different generations? If you’re into intergenerational storytelling, then come to Speakers’ Bureau’s queer oral history event!

This workshop will be a jumping off point towards sharing and recording our experiences as queer people in groups in order to mix our stories onto CD’s as well as have a live stream from so folks can listen to our queer histories from the net!

There will then be another follow up event where we will begin compiling work to make into a zine. If you or someone you know is unable to attend the event, don’t worry! Speakers’ Bureau is also collecting art pieces (comics, drawings, poetry, etc.) to put into a Queer People’s History Zine! There’s a 1,000 word limit to written works and we also request that pieces can fit easily onto a rectangular page. There are a few ways you can submit your art: 1, you can physically drop stuff off at the Stonewall office (there is an envelope on the door). 2, you can email with your attached artwork. Or, 3, you can mail your work to Stonewall at P.O. Box 7383, Olympia, WA 98507

We’re so excited and hope you are too! See you on the 18th!

Gay Prom is Coming!!



Come dress up in your best Sea Creature evening wear and hang out, dance, eat snacks, sing your heart out in karaoke, take photos, and dance more! I hope to see you all there!!

Stonewall is Looking for a Drag Show Coordinator!

Stonewall Youth has been performing annual Drag Shows since 2000. The Drag Show is a fun opportunity for queer youth to get on stage and share their talents with the community! Every year the show grows larger, gets more creative, and draws larger audiences.  We cannot wait to see what this years’ will be like!!

The Drag Show began as a series of amazing queer performers showing off their talents in individual acts.  Since then, it has taken on many different forms – from cabaret style performances to full-scale musical productions with a live band.

The role of the Drag Show Coordinator or “Community Director” is to collaborate with Stonewall Youth staff, volunteers and interns to direct the Stonewall Youth Drag Show Extravaganza Summer Theater Program. The position of Community Director is a part-time, 3 month long position beginning mid March and ending in mid June. The Director will be compensated with a $1,000.00 stipend with the completion of the project.   Applicant must be available for rehearsals many evenings and weekends.

Please let us know if you are interested in working on the Stonewall Youth Drag Show Extravaganza Summer Theater Program, we need your help and expertise in making this amazing program happen!!! Applications are due March 1st so don’t wait!

You can read the full job description here and email resumes to