Event description

For Pride Month, we are excited to have former keynote speaker, Jay Toole join us! This “Super Butch” will share stories from Stonewall and her various other travels as a long time community activist. Celebrate our history and let’s talk about the work needed in community to continue towards lived equality, empowerment, and liberation.

Saturday, June 19th
12:00 pm Pacific Time
Online or by phone

RSVP on our Facebook event

Contact Joe@BUTCHVoices.com with any questions.

Closed Captioning via Zoom. More info


BUTCH Voices is inviting you to an online community gathering space where butches and masculine of center folks, and our allies can connect virtually! During this pandemic we need ways to connect with community now more than ever.

Have a topic you’d like us to cover? Let us know – Email topics@butchvoices.com with your suggestions.

These virtual events will have butch/MoC folks at the center of the conversations. Allies are welcome and encouraged to attend. Please be mindful about the time and space we each take up during the event. As any BUTCH Voices event: BIPOC, trans folks of all identities, people with disabilities, and those at the intersections of these and other marginalized communities are centered and prioritized.

Virtual Attendance Guidelines:
This event is for adults over 18 only. In order to comply with Zoom’s terms of services, participants must be fully clothed if on camera. Please add your scene or go-by name and pronouns when joining a zoom meeting. No recordings or screenshots are permitted.

BUTCH Voices Netiquette:
In order to foster a positive community environment, please express your points of view and opinions with mutual respect and avoid the use of terms and adjectives that are derogatory. BUCTH Voices centers BIPOC folks in our leadership, presenters, performers, volunteers, and attendees. Racism, colorism, discrimination based on documentation status, anti-feminism/anti-womanism, transphobia, femmephobia, biphobia, ableism will not be tolerated.

BUTCH Voices fosters diversity, inclusion and promotes respect for others, gender identify and pronouns; engage in respectful dialogue; assume best intent of others; take care of yourself; and let us know if you don’t feel safe.

Please follow these guidelines during our virtual events, including our upcoming virtual conference, to make it a success.