WTF Is The QC & Queerly Complex Events?

On August 28, 2007, shortly after Jason married John, Jason got the courage to launch a blog called Queerly Complex on Blogger. They shared deeply intimate portraits, from “Piss Trigger” to “The Fight with the Knife,” of their weird, queer life. It was radical candor through artistic expression, and it was a call for them to figure out who they were, where they fit into the world, and who were their comrades.  

The QC, a blog, continues this tradition by offering insight into the messy, chaotic, wondrous world of Jason Wyman & their fellow Queerdos through articles, illustrations, poetry, Queerspells, and so much more.

It is a platform to reveal their hidden vulnerabilities, share tactics that help them find their way, and celebrate the camaraderie and solidarity of Queer Love. Along the journey, Wyman will chat with fellow Queerdos and comrades, invite guest artists and writers to share their art, work, and stories, and may even publish a collection of select posts in print. The QC, a blog, is a free offering to all who seek some clarity, want to dream, and are working towards our collective liberation from shame, punishment, domination, and oppression. 

Queerly Complex Events bring Queerdos and our comrades together in mutual care, support, and aid to cultivate camaraderie & solidarity through art, media, and storytelling. 

Queerly Complex Events build on over two decades of Wyman producing intergenerational arts, media, healing, and education events, programs, and fellowships in the fields of youth development, community organizing, civic engagement, filmmaking, political education, and distance learning. All Queerly Complex Events focus on facilitating connection between guests with ease, grace, and care. Attention is paid to cultivate as accessible an environment as possible and communicate directly when known barriers to accessibility exist.

Coming in 2023, Jason in partnership with Crystal Mason will be producing workshops on tactics for cultivating belonging in virtual and physical space.

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The world is a much better place when we are free to be our full, gloriously, queer selves.