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GAY L.A.: In 1952, Gay and Latinx Angelenos Fought Back

When the police came for marginalized groups in the 1950s, a near-alliance was formed between two of L.A.’s most beleaguered (and intersecting) groups. The...

Trans Latina Director Premieres Debut Short Film at Outfest Fusion

A young trans woman navigates the electricity of mutual attraction and the ugliness of transphobia as a potential lover pursues her at a party...

L.A.THEATRE REVIEW: A Queer Eye for the Boxing Guy in “Members...

Playwright Oliver Mayer’s latest drama, “Members Only” delivers groundbreaking queer experience at LATC. By Jorge Paniagua When playwright Oliver Mayer’s best-known play, “Blade to the...

What L.A. is doing for National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day

The LGBTQ+ Latinx community is at higher risk for HIV than the rest of the Latinx community, and the Latino Commission on AIDS is...

L.A.’s First LGBTQ+ Lantinx Talkshow is the new “Gay View”

With the premiere out this past Thursday, “Glitterbomb” is here to build bridges to the everyday gay community. Like a pesky flake of glitter...

Queer Latinx Filmmakers Breaking the Silence

By: Zhang Qihang   In a line-up of six Latinx filmmakers, Kase Pena begins her speech with a protest against implicit discrimination in Hollywood. “There is still...

Punk Icon Alice Bag Helps With Relief in Mexico and Puerto...

Queer punk legend Alice Bag turned to the queer community for help with Mexico and Puerto Rico’s recent natural disasters.

Taking on Latinx and Chicanx Art, Identity, and Language

PST: LA/LA has been bringing artistic, intersectional cultural expression to the forefront for years.

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