Audition for Queerz for Fearz, Wesleyan’s First Queercappella Group

Queerz for Fearz is hotter than a menage a twa(t) between Lady Gaga, Rupaul, and every single member of the Village People. It’s a new a cappella group dedicated to queering the Wes music scene, finding new ways to perform gender, as well as fostering sex positivity and empowerment. We’re looking for queer-identified vocal musicians, especially underclasspeeps. If this turns you on, please attend the funnest and lowest stress audition you’ll ever have in your life, mostly guaranteed.

Date: Tues, Feb 2 & Thurs, Feb 4
Time: 8-10pm (2/2) & 4-6pm (2/4)
Place: Usdan 108 (2/2) & Usdan 110 (2/4)

12 thoughts on “Audition for Queerz for Fearz, Wesleyan’s First Queercappella Group

  1. anon

    I, for one, support it. There is certainly a lack of a capella on this campus and a lack of queer-based activities. I’m glad the two have finally met.

  2. anon

    I, for one, support it. There is certainly a lack of a capella on this campus and a lack of queer-based activities. I’m glad the two have finally met.

  3. anon

    I, for one, support it. There is certainly a lack of a capella on this campus and a lack of queer-based activities. I’m glad the two have finally met.

  4. straight kid

    um how is this discriminatory in any way? because nonqueers can’t join? so join one of the thousands of other a cappella groups on campus and stop being dumb.
    i think this sounds amazing. rock on queers.

  5. straight kid

    um how is this discriminatory in any way? because nonqueers can’t join? so join one of the thousands of other a cappella groups on campus and stop being dumb.
    i think this sounds amazing. rock on queers.

  6. straight kid

    um how is this discriminatory in any way? because nonqueers can’t join? so join one of the thousands of other a cappella groups on campus and stop being dumb.
    i think this sounds amazing. rock on queers.

  7. anonymous

    This seems needlessly discriminatory. It makes sense to me that queer students need a safe space to discuss issues. But this just excludes straight students for reasons I don’t understand at all.

  8. anonymous

    This seems needlessly discriminatory. It makes sense to me that queer students need a safe space to discuss issues. But this just excludes straight students for reasons I don’t understand at all.

  9. anonymous

    This seems needlessly discriminatory. It makes sense to me that queer students need a safe space to discuss issues. But this just excludes straight students for reasons I don’t understand at all.

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