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Announcement: GenderFuck 2017 Is Tonight!

Tonight, GendeRevolution is presenting their annual “queer, body-positive underwear party” at the Event Oval on the first floor of the Diana Center. According to the Facebook event, “drag performances from Miz Jade, Lady Bedbug, and Lindsay Blowhan begin at 11pm, and WBAR will be DJ-ing in between sets.” As always, clothing is optional except for […]

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Party Testimonial: GenderFuck

Because homecoming and parent’s weekend are really the best time to take off your clothes and grind with your classmates, Bwog brings you another party testimonial: GenderFuck! Want to tell Momma Bwog about your crazy weekend? Email us at tips@bwog.com or use our anonymous tip form. I learned three things this weekend: Alcohol makes GenderFuck better, […]

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Like a Homecoming Dance, Only Better

Just in time for Parent’s Weekend and Homecoming, GendeRevolution presents GenderF*ck, Columbia and Barnard’s annual body positive, trans* and queer dance, tonight from 10 pm-2 am in Roone (enter via Broadway). Come by and dance in drag, underwear, or whatever makes you feel sexy. Free dance! Free food! More information here.

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