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You Can’t Spell “Queer” Without “Whores”

May 31, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - June 2, 2018 @ 9:00 pm

May 31, June 1-2

Sex workers are the invisible faces of the gay and queer rights movements. This show brings Queer and Trans sex workers to the forefront to express their feelings about the marginalization they have experienced through a variety of different artistic mediums. Come to bear witness and bring cash donations.


Vee Chattie is a performer, comedian, sex worker, and activist currently residing in Seattle by way of Boston, MA. When they’re not on stage or compelling rich men in the sheets and the streets they can be found tending to their collection of carnivorous plants and aquatic pets. Vee is a producer of The Vibriety Show, Your Hooker Jokes Are Lazy, and a co producer of The Comedy Crater open mic and showcase.
Niamh Juniper Timmons is a crazy crip NB Transgirl in love with pizza and 1996 Carrie Brownstein. They make zines, bad comics, and performance art. She’s been featured on Autostraddle, Buzzfeed, and recently curated the performance show “I’m Too Tired for This Shit!”
Jade Dynasty is a professional dancer, poet, musician, model, organizer and artist. She has performed alongside big names like “Mykki Blanco” & “Cakes Da Killa” as well as been featured in music videos by local artists Michete, DARK SMITH, & DAQWEEN. Follow her on Instagram @Jadaraid !
Laura LeMoon is a Sex Worker, trafficking survivor and writer. She can be found eating Mexican food with her elderly, disabled service dog, Little Bear, and avoiding human contact.
M.G. exists at the intersections of black resilience, queer resistance and water soft skin. As a Seattle-based singer-songwriter, poet, filmmaker, organizer and radical queer slut she uses mixed-media art to spill her secrets, share her passion for political change and amplify the voices of her community. Her confessional works have been shown at Twist: Seattle Queer Film Festival, Gay City and featured on The Stranger and Afropunk.


May 31, 2018 @ 7:00 pm
June 2, 2018 @ 9:00 pm
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