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Venice Chamber of Commerce Cancels Venice Pride Membership, Sign Lighting

Venice Chamber of Commerce canceled Venice Pride’s membership, according to a letter from the Chamber attorney, Michael Wallerstein that was published on Blogtown. In the same letter, the Chamber disclosed that the Venice sign would be taken down in June for "unrelated maintenance," effectively cancelling the Venice Pride sign...

Queer Kids Trading Cards Take Over L.A. — How Many Have You Collected?

"I'll trade you a graphic designer for an equal rights advocate." The generation that was raised on trading cards is all grown up, but still yearning to collect them all. Queer Kids is here to help. With trading cards primarily featuring Queer People of Color (QPOC), this Los Angeles based...

DEAR AIDAN: Feeling Unappreciated in Relationship

Dear Aidan, I am in a relationship where I feel as though I am doing most of the work. I am emotionally supportive, understanding, and try to show my partner a lot of love! However, I am not feeling the same level of effort coming from her! I feel as...

OH SPIT! Queer Spoken Word Hits Long Beach

Catch Sister Spit at the LGBTQ Center of Long Beach Saturday! Nationally touring queer spoken word showcase Sister Spit will be making its stop at the LGBTQ Center of Long Beach on Saturday, March 16 at the acclaimed Icehouse Arts Complex. Having shifted the tour’s focus towards highlighting LGBTQ artists...

Q&A: 9 Months with Courteney Cox

By Staff Writer 9 Months with Courteney Cox takes an intimate approach, giving viewers raw access to people from all over America of various race, religion, and class as they self-document their 9-month journey of pregnancy. Featuring a range of stories from a cancer-stricken mother to pregnant teenagers considering adoption...

WEHO READS: Jacob Tobia’s “Sissy”

WeHo Reads welcomes gender nonconforming writer, producer, and performer Jacob Tobia in conversation with Jesse Tyler Ferguson, star of ABC Television’s Modern Family about Tobia’s new book, “Sissy: A Coming-of-Gender Story.” The event is presented by the City of West Hollywood’s Arts Division and Book Soup and co-sponsored the ONE Archives Foundation. From...

COLUMN: My Story Kicking Tobacco’s Butt

The very first time I picked up a cigarette, I was in 7th grade. It wasn’t due to peer pressure, and I wasn’t aware that the tobacco industry aggressively targets the LGBTQ+ community. I was struggling with severe depression, suicidal ideation and coming to terms with my sexual orientation....

Second Person with HIV Potentially Cured

What was once essentially a death sentence, now has hope for a cure. A second person has been confirmed HIV-free earlier this week after having a bone marrow transplant for cancer treatment. The first person thought to be cured of HIV was an American man named Timothy Brown, originally coined...

CALENDAR 3/8 – 3/30: The best goings-on around and about L.A., period.

Letter Writing for Lesbian, Bi, & Queer Women’s Health When: Sunday, March 10 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Where: LGBT Center, 1220 N. Highland, L.A. What: We have the opportunity to tell our state legislators that we need to prioritize LBQ women’s health. We are going to...

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