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We’re just a couple dollars away from hitting our next big goal; what a way to end the year! If you want to help us reach it before the end of the month, you can become a patron.

Our latest Podcast episode has just been released for all patrons, if you want to hear it early and discuss it with other fans of the project, become a patron here.

We have a patron-exclusive poll going on over on our Patreon! Check it out now.

You heard it here first; we have a brand new video coming your way! Patrons get early access TONIGHT and have the opportunity to have their names included in the video. It’ll be available to you lovely folks on July 2, so stay tuned!

Become a patron to get early access in the future.

Surprise, Red Patrons!

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To show how much we genuinely appreciate everyone who supports us, we have a fundraiser exclusive for Red tier patrons too! New red tier patrons will receive a die-cut vinyl sticker with the same floral design featured on all FQH rewards.

Hop on over to our patreon and get yourself some cool rewards!

Cássia Eller

To talk about an artist is all too often to talk about their work. An artist’s creations can say much more about the person creating than was ever intended and can give us insight into their minds that we would never have had access to otherwise. It becomes difficult when there is a language barrier between the artist and oneself. There are translations of course, but so many translations are robotic at best, literally so if google translate is the only option. Instead, we can look to the impact of their work, and the effect their art had on their community. This is what we will be doing as we look at Cássia Eller, a Brazilian rock and MPB musician. (Read Full Article)

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1. Cool Rewards

Whatever you pledge, you can get awards like stickers, notebooks, and tote bags. At all levels, you get a personalized thank you, early access to the podcast, space at the monthly Skype hangout, and our eternal love. 

2. More Original Content

We love creating articles and podcast for everyone to learn from and enjoy. Sometimes we even have the pleasure of bringing in guest authors!

3. Less Stress = More Focus

The less we have to stress about funds, the more we can focus on content, support, and expansion.

4. The ability to support more queer projects + creators

More patrons mean we can bring in more guest writers to give their unique perspectives and interests. It also means we can support and share more queer-led projects each month. As we grow, we want our community and fellow creators to grow with us.

5. Ability to brainstorm and release new concepts

The more time we’re able to focus solely on this project, the more time we can brainstorm new ways to uplift, empower, educate, and support our community with new and exciting projects!

6. Expand Our Team

The more funding we have, the more folks we can bring into the project. That means new and better quality content. One of this project’s goals is to bring in more team members.

7. Higher Quality Content

The more time, training, and skills we can invest, the better quality content we can produce.

8. Bi-Monthly Chat

Another Patreon goal is to start a bi-monthly chat with all of our patrons!

9. Expansion

We’ve managed to start a website, bring in guest authors, launch various initiatives like Foster a Library, Project of the Month, and #MQHArtContest. We’d love to expand further in 2018!

10. Spreading Queer History

We run a series of articles and a podcast that work to tell the stories of the queer communities history. Above all else, that’s what it’s about; telling those stories not just to learn about our past, but to look toward the future.

Learning queer history is great, but making queer history is far greater.

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TBT to our very first article, featuring Sappho!

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[IMAGE DESCRIPTION: “Top 10 reasons for new patrons” over a pastel, brushstroke background]

1. Cool Rewards

Whatever you pledge, you can get awards like stickers, notebooks, and tote bags. At all levels, you get a personalized thank you, early access to the podcast, space at the monthly Skype hangout, and our eternal love. 

2. More Original Content

We love creating articles and podcast for everyone to learn from and enjoy. Sometimes we even have the pleasure of bringing in guest authors!

3. Less Stress = More Focus

The less we have to stress about funds, the more we can focus on content, support, and expansion.

4. The ability to support more queer projects + creators

More patrons mean we can bring in more guest writers to give their unique perspectives and interests. It also means we can support and share more queer-led projects each month. As we grow, we want our community and fellow creators to grow with us.

5. Ability to brainstorm and release new concepts

The more time we’re able to focus solely on this project, the more time we can brainstorm new ways to uplift, empower, educate, and support our community with new and exciting projects!

6. Expand Our Team

The more funding we have, the more folks we can bring into the project. That means new and better quality content. One of this project’s goals is to bring in more team members.

7. Higher Quality Content

The more time, training, and skills we can invest, the better quality content we can produce.

8. Bi-Monthly Chat

Another Patreon goal is to start a bi-monthly chat with all of our patrons!

9. Expansion

We’ve managed to start a website, bring in guest authors, launch various initiatives like Foster a Library, Project of the Month, and #MQHArtContest. We’d love to expand further in 2018!

10. Spreading Queer History

We run a series of articles and a podcast that work to tell the stories of the queer communities history. Above all else, that’s what it’s about; telling those stories not just to learn about our past, but to look toward the future.

Learning queer history is great, but making queer history is far greater.

[IMAGE DESCRIPTION: “Top 10 reasons for new patrons” over a pastel, brushstroke background]

1. Cool Rewards

Whatever you pledge, you can get awards like stickers, notebooks, and tote bags. At all levels, you get a personalized thank you, early access to the podcast, space at the monthly Skype hangout, and our eternal love. 

2. More Original Content

We love creating articles and podcast for everyone to learn from and enjoy. Sometimes we even have the pleasure of bringing in guest authors!

3. Less Stress = More Focus

The less we have to stress about funds, the more we can focus on content, support, and expansion.

4. The ability to support more queer projects + creators

More patrons mean we can bring in more guest writers to give their unique perspectives and interests. It also means we can support and share more queer-led projects each month. As we grow, we want our community and fellow creators to grow with us.

5. Ability to brainstorm and release new concepts

The more time we’re able to focus solely on this project, the more time we can brainstorm new ways to uplift, empower, educate, and support our community with new and exciting projects!

6. Expand Our Team

The more funding we have, the more folks we can bring into the project. That means new and better quality content. One of this project’s goals is to bring in more team members.

7. Higher Quality Content

The more time, training, and skills we can invest, the better quality content we can produce.

8. Bi-Monthly Chat

Another Patreon goal is to start a bi-monthly chat with all of our patrons!

9. Expansion

We’ve managed to start a website, bring in guest authors, launch various initiatives like Foster a Library, Project of the Month, and #MQHArtContest. We’d love to expand further in 2018!

10. Spreading Queer History

We run a series of articles and a podcast that work to tell the stories of the queer communities history. Above all else, that’s what it’s about; telling those stories not just to learn about our past, but to look toward the future.

Learning queer history is great, but making queer history is far greater.