Trump Tries To Fast-Track Trans Military Ban

Just in time for the Holidays. Presumably unhappy with the results of the recent election, President Donald Trump is trying to advance his agenda in...

40 Years After Harvey Milk’s Death: Where Are We Now?

About 41 years ago, first openly gay elected official Harvey Milk made history after winning a seat on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors,...

COLUMN: Why the “Rainbow Wave” at the 2018 Midterm Election Matters for Future Queer...

By Elijah Root Sanchez The 2018 midterm election has been considered the most diverse election in terms of candidates and elected officials in America’s history....

A Breakdown of What all the LGBTQ+ Midterm Election Victories Mean

The Blue Wave that swept through the U.S. House certainly had a rainbow tinge to it, and the victories didn’t stop there. A record-breaking...

Top 10 Nationwide LGBTQ Victories in the Midterm Elections

With the dust settling on yesterday's midterm election results, it seems there is hope on the horizon for LGBTQ+ representation nationwide. Not only did a...

Rocking the Queer Vote: A Complete Guide on California Propositions

Sorting through the 11 state ballot initiatives. Election day is approaching and while it is easy to get distracted by who and what will be...

For Underrepresented LGBTQ+ Community, Our Votes = Our Voices During Midterm Elections

The House and Senate are red. The Trump Administration is directly targeting the LGBTQ+ community on a weekly basis. Your. Vote. Matters.  With midterms just...

CALL TO ACTION: Trans Right Rally in DTLA Monday Night in Response to Trump’s...

In response to the Trump Administration’s latest consideration to repeal basic civil rights for the trans community, the TransLatina Coalition is organizing a rally...

When Flowers BLOOM; WeHo Selects Queer Publication Founder as Poet Laureate

Founder and editor of LGBT literary magazine BLOOM, Charles Flowers is the new City of West Hollywood Poet Laureate. The City of east Hollywood’s...

A War on Cross-Dressing: Los Angeles’ Anti-Masquerading Ordinance of 1889 Targeted the Growing Queer...

A little over a hundred years after the City of Los Angeles was founded, the Anti-Masquerading Ordinance of 1889 was enacted to intimidate and...

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