Genderfork is Sponsoring an Art Show!

There is an AMAZING art show happening in San Francisco right now. It’s on the third floor of the LGBT Center, and will be running until March 6th. After that, it will be traveling elsewhere (keep an eye on their site to find out where).  Genderfork sponsored a creative, interactive piece that’s part of it.

By “creative and interactive,” I mean we built a slot machine. For gender and sexuality. Sort of. I can’t explain it, but it’s awesome, so I’m gonna try to show it to you…

So here is me, your friendly site founder Sarah Dopp, attempting to Show! You! It! on video…

The show is produced by the Undermining Acceptable Violence Collective, and opening night was a benefit for the Transgender Economic Empowerment Initiative. Both of these organizations are my on Complete and Utter Adoration List, so please go learn more about them!

tons of love,
Sarah


Posted by on February 4th, 2010 at 10:19 am

Category: general info, GF in the Community, video 6 comments »

6 Responses to “Genderfork is Sponsoring an Art Show!”

  1. Tara

    You know Sarah….

    I could just about hug you.

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  2. Sarah

    Just about?

    What’s it take to get upgraded to full hug status?

    [Reply]

  3. Tara

    Well, be within physical hugging proximity……..

    [Reply]

  4. Claudius Maximus

    Sarah, this is freaking cool. Thank you for all that you do.

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  5. Rebecca/Beck

    Stuff likes this makes me think that I should get the hell out of Canada and move to the US. But then I remember that you guys don’t have good health care. Or same-sex marriage (yet).

    Still this is super awesome. And so are you, Sarah. Love the baby fuzz, btw.

    -Beck

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  6. Sarah

    Beck — I hear Canada’s a little bit more awesome than we are in a LOT of areas. Don’t be quick to leave. :)

    [Reply]


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