What’s Happening: July 31- August 12


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WHEN: August 12-13

WHERE: Los Angeles Convention Center

WHAT: A gathering of the foremost beauty gurus on Instagram, IRL

WHY: For the beauty-obsessed, get some FaceTime with the makers of your favorite YouTube tutorialists. And finally learn how to do that flawless #wingtip.

AntiPatriarchal Masculinities

WHEN: August 3- September 10

WHERE: Los Angeles LGBT Center, The Village at Ed Gould Plaza

WHAT: Artist Sugiyama uses portraiture to explore the possibilities of breaking the binary through non-oppressive masculinity.

WHY: Anti-Patriarchal for the win.

Ovarian Psycos: Clitoral Mass

WHEN: August 5, 11 A.M.

WHERE: Los Angeles State Historic Park

WHAT: L.A.’s favorite queer bicycle brigade takes to the streets for its 6th annual Misa Negra bike ride.

WHY: The ride is open to all, and, in the words of the psycos themselves, we need solidarity now more than ever.

Modern Tarot with Michelle Tea

WHEN: July 27, 7:30 to 9:30 P.M.

WHERE: Otherwild

WHAT: Iconic queer writer Michelle Tea spills the T on tarot readings and mystical magic while reading from her new book.

WHY: It’s in the cards, babes.

Scare L.A. 2017

WHEN: August 5-6

WHERE: Los Angeles Convention Center

WHAT: Halloween comes early as L.A.’s spookiest citizens come together to haunt the city en masse. And drink.

WHY: Why wait ‘til October?

Eat Only When You’re Hungry

WHEN: August 10, 7:30 P.M.

WHERE: Skylight Books

WHAT: Lindsay Hunter reads from her new book about an estranged father and son.

WHY: Special guest Roxane Gay will also be in attendance.

The Spirit Guild Tour

WHEN: August 2, 4:30 P.M.

WHERE: The Spirit Guild, 586 Mateo St.

WHAT: A tour (and tasting) of L.A.’s finest clear alcoholic beverages.

WHY: Gin and vodka are both gluten-free.

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