But it’s more than just a chance to vogue the night away. Committed to creating an intentional space for marginalized members of the queer community, Papi Juice is allowing others to be who they are without fear of judgement or isolation. Feeling identified and excited at the same time? Then, get ready because they’re celebrating the last party of this year: this Saturday, October 20, head to Elsewhere in Brooklyn for the night of your life. But before, read this interview, where we speak with the guys behind the queer party collective about the beginning of Papi Juice, its impact on queer and trans people of color, and what it means to be a queer person of color in modern America.