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Macho Menos is a Latino queer slang play on the common Spanish phrase “mas o menos” which translates to “more or less”. This slang is used by Gay Latino men to claim their Queerness but to retain their machismo. The Macho Menos exhibition dissects and expands this term in order to examine the larger, complicated connections between queerness and machismo in Latino communities. Since birth Latinos have been taught to think in binary when it comes to gender. We cannot escape the masculine and feminine because the Spanish language is gendered.

Want to meet other fierce youth like yourself? This is the place to be! Have dinner with us, check out the clothing closet, play games, and get connected to your community! 24 and under only!

The Center and Queer Cultural Center are excited to present “Queer Aperture,” photography by Jeffrey Horvitz. Featuring community members, cultural, civic/political leaders and allies of the local LGBT community through an online and physical exhibit running all year round. See below to see this month’s featured community member and an interview with them or come into the Center today and peruse multiple images located on the 2nd floor, Market Street Overlook!

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What exactly are Center Circles you may be asking?

Center Circles creates opportunities for group’s people to come together around shared interests; to create strong programming for others in our community, learn new skills, and raise funds to support the ongoing work of the Center. Through a collaborative effort we will organize and facilitate a variety of activities that will hopefully reach a broad spectrum of different subsets of our LGBT and allied communities. 

Queer music, film, art, performance and activism festival. Your queer arts revolution!

Cecilia Chung: Featured in “Queer Aperture,” photography by Jeffrey Horvitz. Featuring community members, cultural, civic/political leaders and allies of the local LGBT community through an online and physical exhibit running all year round.

Each month We feature an additional photo and community member.  Check back soon for more!

What is your name? Cecilia Chung

How long have you lived in San Francisco Bay Area? 26 years

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