In Joe’s session we experienced a semi-autoethnographic presentation set against a rolling slideshow of queer and drag images, which were often accompanied by anecdotes and asides, e.g. “this is when my role was to pour oat milk over a drag artist”… Joe talked about ethics, feelings and hunches as research, and communities as people “coming” together. They explored queer hope, the politics of passing, and some of the nebulous relationships between queerness, grief, hangovers and sobriety.