• Art Market Photos


    Art Market Photos

    In the heart of Taos’ historic district, the charming gift shop Taxonomy transformed into a vibrant hub of creativity for a special weekend event: the Queer Art Market. The shop, known for its eclectic collection of local crafts and unique finds, buzzed with excitement as artisans and visitors gathered to celebrate the creative community. The…

  • Queer Art Market


    Queer Art Market

    The Taos Queer Art Market recently took place at the Taxonomy store, nestled in the heart of the Taos Historic District. This unique event celebrated the creativity and diversity of the LGBTQ+ community, bringing together a wide array of talented makers and artists. Located at 102 Dona Luz, the Taxonomy store is a treasure trove…

  • Roller Disco


    Roller Disco

    Remember the fun of strapping on some roller skates and launching yourself into the mix at the local rink? Now is your opportunity to relive those nights of magic. This year for Pride we will be taking over the Youth and Family center’s roller rink and turn it into a disco scene. The mirror ball…

  • Drag Out and Dance


    Drag Out and Dance

    Last year for Pride we invited Donnie Chalepah to Taos to DJ for our Gayest Drag Show Ever! He did an amazing job and really enjoyed himself. For the last several months he has been itching to get back to Taos to visit his new friends. We are thrilled to welcome him back to the…

  • Gayest Bake Sale 2022!


    Gayest Bake Sale 2022!

    Gayest Bake Sale Ever!! This event is a celebration of the brightest and boldest baked goods in Taos. Please drop off your goodies at Cid’s Food Market any time between 9am and 1pm on Friday, June 3.  We welcome your fabulous cookies, cakes, pies, candies, jams, granola, bread, cinnamon rolls, donuts, the skies the limit!!! Individually wrapped and bagged items are encouraged…

  • LGBTQIA+ New Mexico


    LGBTQIA+ New Mexico

    Original article by Carolyn Carlson at The Paper. Dr. Jordan Biro Walters and Dr. PJ Sedillo are two college professors who researched and shared their writings about our unique New Mexican and Burqueño gender landscape. Queer New Mexico Biro Walters was born and raised in San Francisco and came to the University of New Mexico…