J.T. is a leading member of a prominent LGBT organization. I asked specifically about managing perceptions around “colonization” and “appropriation” when working on issues related to attendance diversity in large LGBT organizations. His advice was simple. Give the power to the people. Recruit leaders in underrepresented communities and empower them to create new events the… Continue reading BQT: Notes From Conversation with J.T.
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BQT: Notes From Conversation with J.C.
J.C. suggested a large emphasis on information technology and demographics research in order to drive targeted advertising through existing channels within the communities. Specifically Grindr, Scruff, and the already large Facebook presence of the organization. He has had great success with similar events in the past using demographics-targeted Facebook posts in the past. He also… Continue reading BQT: Notes From Conversation with J.C.
BQT: Notes From Conversation with K.A.
There are many safe queer spaces in San Francisco which are representative of the demographics of San Francisco. These spaces are largely dominated by caucasian cis-males for several reasons. These spaces in San Francisco, though relatively representative of the demographics of San Francisco, are not representative of the demographics of the broader bay area because… Continue reading BQT: Notes From Conversation with K.A.