WGA Nominates Dustin Lance Black, Among Other Queer Creators, for 2018 Awards

The LGBTQ+ community created some of its strongest work in 2017.

In 2017 We Lost a Lot, But We Gained More

Looking back on one of the most tempestuous political years in recent memory, it’s tempting to harp on the negative. As California establishes itself as a major player in the fight against Trump, progress continues to march on.

“Falling For Angels” Episode Three is All About Masculinity

"He's on the down low."

L.A.-Based Web Series “Falling for Angels” is Just What We Needed

Pull up a tub of popcorn-- let's get into this thing!

It’s Not Too Early to Get Ready for L.A. Leather Pride 2018

Lather up that leather for 2018!

Who Put the “Moz” in Moz Angeles?

November 10 has officially been deemed “Morrissey Day” in Los Angeles. But how did the singer’s great love affair with the City of Angels begin?

What’s Happening? November 18- December 1

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

Satanic Panic Goes Gay

When Kenneth Anger Met the Black Pope.

Two Festivals Bring LGBTQ+ Films to Forefront

With the AFI Festival and Arpa Film Festival, Viewers are Treated to LGBTQ+ Offerings From Around the Globe.

What Did Edmund White Think of Gay L.A. in the ‘70s?

In White’s “States of Desire,” Los Angeles comes off as a town full of sexual activity; May – December romances, and perfect bodies.

Looking for Your Horror Fix? Head to the New Bev

Looking for a dose of vintage horror? The New Bev's end of October slate is to die for.

What’s Happening? October 20- 29

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

The Golden Age of Gay Podcasting

Werk It! Festival Brings Queer Voices to the Forefront.

“Transparent” Season 4 Suffers from Neglect

The groundbreaking show finishes its final season with creator Jill Soloway at the helm.