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Long, Dark History of West Hollywood’s Barney Beanery Against the LGBTQ+...

“Fagots Stay Out,” a misspelled sign over the bar at Barney’s Beanery in West Hollywood read since the 1940s. The founder of Barney’s Beanery,...

Social Groups and Sororities United the L.A. Trans Community of the...

Imagine body dysphoria prior to the 1950s and ‘60s – No support, no rights. Heck, the term “transgender” didn’t even exist until the ‘60s....

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

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...

LGBT HISTORY MONTH: Los Angeles’ First Porn Theatre Getting Renovated

Often titled the oldest stage venue in Los Angeles, Theatre Merced has a long standing, titillating history in the LGBTQ+ community. In January 1971,...

The Pride L.A. Wants Your Coming Out Stories!

Everyone has a story, and the Pride L.A. wants to hear yours. With National Coming Out Day right around the corner (Thursday, Oct. 11), the...

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