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GAY L.A.: The Last Los Angeles Bathhouse

Before the AIDS epidemic, bathhouses acted as a community center. But with way more sex. “To the left of me,” wrote David Colker for the Los Angeles Times in a 1994 article, “four men were having sex. Only two of them were actually looking at each other.” So begins most bathhouse...

DEAR AIDAN: My Sister’s Dating a Scumbag!

Dear Aidan: My sister is dating a guy who is just not good for her. She is in college and I don't understand why she has to date a guy who is a high school drop out, runs with the wrong crowd and rude to service people! What should I...

Painting Yourself the “Color Bonita”

There’s a certain narrative that often follows the LGBTQ+ Latino Community, or lack thereof. “There’s not a whole lot of visibility for queer Latino men,” Merced-based artist Christopher Ramirez said. So he set out to change that. Ramirez’ performance art “Color Bonita,” which debuts at the LGBT Center of Los...

CALENDAR: The best goings-on around and about L.A., period.

Open Mic Night When: Friday, Jan. 11 from 5:30–7:30 p.m. Where: The Village at Ed Gould Plaza What: Open Mic for poets, singers, comedians and musicians Why: An event aimed toward LGBTQ youth and allies 24 and younger, it is a great way to meet fellow young,...

New Year, New State Law-Mandated Gender Representation

The new year brought a handful of new state laws, including SB179, which allows for a third gender marker option "x" on driver's licenses and state IDs. Check out what other laws are coming to Cali in this video made possible by Apartments.com.

PREVIEW: The Dark Humor, Satire of “Hir”

Described as hilarious and terrifying, “Hir” is a dysfunctional family dramedy for a new era: a highly intelligent, heartfelt and deeply, darkly humorous portrayal of a family in crisis, in which domestic abuse, the trauma of war and the acceptance of gender neutrality are illustrated in a nearly absurd,...

City of WeHo’s Lesbian Speakers Series Features “Self Starters” Wednesday

As a double minority, it can be hard for queer women to lead an industry, let alone make a noticeable impact. So where do aspiring queer professional women look for guidance? The City of West Hollywood's Lesbian Speakers Series - a series of “free talks, performances and readings featuring...

Monday Night Rally Outside Ed Buck’s WeHo Apartment for Suspicious Deaths of Two Gay...

"This man is not a problem to the Black Community; He's a problem to every community!" A crowd of over 100 people showed up to a rally outside the home of prominent LGBTQ+ political activist and campaign donor Ed Buck Monday night after a second gay black man was found...

Another Gay Black Man Found Dead in Ed Buck’s WeHo Apartment

A dead LGBTQ+ man of color was found dead in the apartment of Democratic diner Ed Buck – for the second time. According to Buck’s attorney, Seymour Amster, the man died in the West Hollywood apartment sometime between midnight and 2 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 7. His name has not...

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