Cooking Up Pride and Community at the LGBT Center’s Annual Garden Party
There’s nothing more queer than cobbling together something fabulous out of very little.
How Queer is Hummus Really?
“We unlock the doors and people show up,” he says, extending me a personal invitation as well. “And every dinner party I’m ever at, there’s always a moment that I have this out of body experience . . . I pause and I just feel like I float above the table and I feel community happening.”
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