Networking is hard and weird. Meeting casually in a no pressure environment like this happy hour (we hope) is a way to network with people who care about the same things.  We'll provide nametags because meeting people might be easier with names, a conversation starter and also #pronouns. Come hang out with us every month in Boston or Providence!

 

There is something for mostly everyone who wants to find some mutually minded folks to hang out with and continue making plans to topple the patriarchy. Visit our Facebook page for pictures from our previous events in Boston and Providence. Over 500 likes and counting! Follow or like our page to learn about upcoming events.

We also raise funds every happy hour for a different non-profit. We raise the money by asking for a suggested donation of $5 at the door which then enters you in a raffle for our door prize! 

 

  • February Boston Happy Hour raised $101 for the Boston Abortion Support Collective
  • February Providence Happy Hour $83.00 for Youth Pride RI
  • March Providence Happy Hour raised $100 for Black and Pink
  • April Providence Happy Hour raised $50 for the Center for Sexual Health and Pleasure
  • May Boston Happy Hour rasied $95 for Black Lives Matter and the Flint Water Crisis
  • June Boston Happy Hour raised $75 for Hyde Square Task Force
  • June Providence Happy Hour rasied $55 for SAGE RI

Total raised to date: $559.00

 

 

About your Boston co-hosts:

Jamie  (middle) is a doctoral candidate at UMass boston finishing her dissertation about gender and conflict while living in Providence. She is also a clinic escort at Planned Parenthood. You are currently on her webpage and can find her writing about gender, security and repro health here. She is also on Twitter @jamiejhagen.

Brenda (right) is a a higher ed diversity professional and reproductive justice activist living in Boston. She volunteers with the Boston Abortion Support Collective (BASC). She writes at Boricua Feminist and you can find her on twitter at @boricuafeminist.

Jasmine (left) is a journalist and activist currently working as an admin in Back Bay. She lives in Cambridge and volunteers as a Big Sister with Big Sister Boston. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 About your Providence co-hosts: 

Jamie (see above)

Jana is a recovering academic and research analyst who studies gender, race, and sexuality in higher education. She lives in Providence and is the co-manager of a team in the Renaissance City Softball League, Rhode Island’s LGBTQ+ softball league (even though she doesn’t know how to play softball).

 

 

 

 Pictures from December's Feminist and Queer Happy Hour! (More pictures on our Facebook page.)

 

 

 

 

 

 


Pictures from October's Feminist & Queer Happy Hour from 5:30-8:30 at Miracle of Science bar.