A Look Behind Genderqueer “Rubbish and Dreams”

Queer artists of Los Angeles, get ready for an enriching evening on Saturday, April 13. The California LGBT...

GAY LA: When Lesbian Visibility Was an L.A. Specialty

In 2017, West Hollywood’s Plummer Park hosted an exhibit titled Lesbians to Watch Out For: ’90s Queer L.A. Activism.

L.A. LGBT Center’s New Campus for “Most Vulnerable People” in Community

Just in time for its 50th anniversary, the Los Angeles LGBT Center celebrated the grand opening on Sunday of the highly anticipated two-acre...

Los Angeles LGBT Center’s New Campus

The Los Angeles LGBT Center is hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Anita May Rosenstein campus in West Hollywood on...

Hollywood’s First Out Gay Star Was So Much More

 In the 1920s and 30s, William Haines refused to play by society’s rules.  In the studio system of...

Bringing Queer Dramady to the Stage with “An Evening of 1 Acts”

Get ready for an evening of fast pace entertainment, L.A. In the world of flash fiction, one might read incredibly dense prose...

Flagging Your Page in History

The history behind the woman who made the rainbow flag. By Jorge Paniagua Lynn Segerblom wants to share her story – one that provides a different...

Q&A: Season Opener for Angel City Derby This Weekend

Meet Angel City Derby (ACD), a fierce bunch of women, girls and gender non-conforming individuals with one thing in common: They love to skate...

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...

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...

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