Articles tagged with: Imperial Court of Alll Alaska (ICOAA)
The Duke and Duchess and Fairbanks invites you to a “Rumble in the Jungle” at the Blue Loon on Saturday, July 21, with proceeds benefiting the ICOAA. Rumble in the Jungle coincides with Fairbanks’ Golden Days Festival, when the Fairbanks LGBTQIA community celebrates Pride.
Life is about more than just surviving from day to day. “If I’m stuck on this earth,” writes Danny Ashton Earll, “I’m going to enjoy it as the man I was meant to be.”
Join the Barony of Spenard to clean up Spenard on Saturday, July 21 at the Taproot.
The ICOAA would like to invite everyone to walk in the 4th of July Parade in Downtown Anchorage. Please bring any banners or logos you might have and invite anyone who is part of or supports the GLBTQ community. Be Seen, Be Heard!
What is a transman? Danny Ashton Earll, a new contributor to Bent Alaska, shares the story of his life and journey as a transgender man in Alaska — and also shares resources he compiled for transmen during his reign as the ICOAA’s Mister Gay Alaska 2011–2012.
Help celebrate Emperor 38 Cory’s birthday by watching hot men and women take their clothes off for your entertainment…and for charity!!! — on Saturday, June 20 at Mad Myrna’s.
Kristara is back in Alaska for Pride with “Kristara Live and in the Raw,” a show to benefit the Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Alaska and Alaska Pride Fest, Saturday, June 9 at Mad Myrna’s. Featuring Alaska’s finest entertainers, and co-emceed by the all time favorite Mikey LaChoy.
Tuesday, June 5: It’s an athletic Pride Week evening, with a fun run (or walk) at Westchester Lagoon with Anchorage Frontrunners, a Pride hike to Flattop with Arctic Foxes Rugby Club, or a wet slide to pride with the Imperial Court at H2Oasis. Or, head over to UAA to learn about LGBT history with a screening of “On These Shoulders We Stand.”
Pride 2012, Saturday, June 2: T-shirts & lemonade, remembering our dead, a trip to the zoo, & a pageant
Saturday, June 2: lots to do for Pride! Drink Lemonade 4 LOVE in Anchorage, Wasilla, or Fairbanks, remember those who came before us, visit Identity’s booth at Anchorage’s Downtown Market, enjoy Gay Day at the Alaska Zoo, and finish it off with the glamor and fabulousness of ICOAA’s annual MGA Pageant at Mad Myrna’s!
It’s Memorial Day Weekend, which means it’s time for the Imperial Court’s annual Memorial Day picnic at Kincaid Park on Monday, May 28. That’s also the application deadline for candidates for Mr./Miss/Ms./Mister Gay Alaska, for the annual MGA pageant to be held Saturday, June 2.