Being gay and out in San Francisco is about as revolutionary as opening a frozen-yogurt place, but being those things as a touring punk-rock band in the early ’90s certainly qualified as groundbreaking. With nine albums and many, many gigs notched in their belts, pioneering queercore act Pansy Division has earned a place among punk’s elders, but the band is hardly trudging toward retirement. 2009 saw a new album, That’s So Gay, as well as lead singer Jon Ginoli’s fascinating autobiography Deflowered: My Life In Pansy Division; this May the band released a live CD and DVD. Of course, being the passionate punks they are, Ginoli and crew play here not to push product, but for the altruistic purpose of lending their power chords and cheeky one-liners to Austin Pride 2010. Attack Formation offshoot Butcher Bear And Charlie opens, along with local Queen and Buzzcocks tribute bands Magnifico and Orgasm Addicts.