As many of you may have heard, Edie Windsor, an activist whose landmark Supreme Court case is largely responsible for dismantling DOMA and making gay marriage legal in the US, died on September 12. We want to honor her memory and impact on our community at October’s QGMN with a special documentary screening of the “very long engagement” that started it all. Bring some tissues for this epic love story.
Doors at 7:30pm.
Movie at 8:00 or whenever we fill up!
All Ages. No Jerks. Please be respectful of the space. Queer Grrrl Movie Night is free and always will be.
Invite all your queer pals!
We want to focus on the representation of queer women in film, but this does not limit who is invited to this space. People of all genders, sexualities, and presentations are welcome!
About the name:
*We say queer girl because the movies we screen are about queer women, by queer women, and shown to create a space for queer women. All people who identify within the queer spectrum are welcome to attend!
About the space:
Queer Grrrl Movie Night at the amazing bar/music venue/cafe Black Cat!! It’s located on 14th street between Swann and S (1811 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20009). It’s only a 10 minute walk from the U Street/Cardozo metro, and near the 96, 52, 53, 54 bus stops. Movie night is in the back on the first floor of the space, which is ADA accessible.
If you have any questions/concerns about accessibility please message us. We will do all that we can to accommodate you.