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Drag Kings of Los Angeles seek more representation. By Melanie Camp July 16 is International Drag Day, an annual celebration that recognizes the art of drag all over the world. However, within the drag community, not everyone is getting their fair share of the spotlight. The drag world, it seems, is still a cis man’s […]

The post Are Drag Queens Hogging the Stage in LA? appeared first on The Pride LA.

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The year is 1997 and hotshot young pilot Lieutenant Kay McClure dreams of being the first to fly a new hybrid fighter jet.  She begs the legendary Major Anne Clarkson to train her.  Major Clarkson pushes Kay impossibly hard despite the concerns of Monique, Major Clarkson’s lover.   Making its westcoast premiere with the Filigree […]

The post THEATRE PREVIEW: Passions of Lesbian Lovers in the Military in “100 Planes” appeared first on The Pride LA.

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Dear Aidan, I have a person that I see often in the community who is always out to get me. I am unsure what his problem is with me but every time I see him and say hello, he either gives me the cold shoulder or gives me the look up and down. I realized […]

The post DEAR AIDAN: Why Doesn’t He Like Me? appeared first on The Pride LA.

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Before AIDS, Airbnb and Grindr changed the face of gay life forever, there were limited ways of finding your people, especially if you were a lone, gay man venturing into the unfamiliar territory of the West Coast. In the 1960s, a gay man named Bob Damron starting seeing America through a different lens. Where were […]

The post GAY LA: The Fate of Damron Address Book? appeared first on The Pride LA.

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Queer business owners rejoice!  The City of Los Angeles has announced the addition of LGBTQ certification to the Los Angeles Business Assistance Virtual Network (BAVN). BAVN is a free online portal provided by the City of Los Angeles and the Mayor’s Office of Economic Development that connects businesses with City contracting opportunities, according to a […]

The post LA’s LGBTQ+ Certification for Businesses appeared first on The Pride LA.

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A gay high school teacher, who is about to turn 50, needs to be cajoled by his friends to embrace the future and let go of a past he struggles with – especially the Reagans’ troubling AIDS legacy. The world premiere dramedy Nancy F***ing Reagan runs July 12 – August 4 at the Secret Rose […]

The post THEATRE PREVIEW: Nancy F***ing Reagan appeared first on The Pride LA.

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Queer representation is every-evolving, ever-progressing. Yet, it can still be frustrating trying to identify with mainstream media. We all want to belong, to find our tribe, to be a part of a Queer Family. What does that look like? Photographer Jordan Daniels attempts to tackle this unknown in his recent photography project, This is Queer […]

The post ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: This is Queer Family appeared first on The Pride LA.

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By Jorge Paniagua It took months, but advocates a part of the Los Angeles LGBT Center are celebrating a substantial win for the Lesbian, Bisexual and Queer women’s community. Gov. Gavin Newsom recently approved a $17.5 million fund to create the Lesbian, Bisexual, and Queer (LBQ) Women’s Healthy Equity Fund under the California Department of […]

The post Gov. Newsom Signs LBQ Women’s Equity Fund appeared first on The Pride LA.

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After finishing her first season on RuPaul’s Drag Race, Gia Ichikawa said she found herself confused. While the show changed her life, “I was literally a hairstylist working a salon, cutting hair,” and performing drag after-hours, Ichikawa began to battle with her own gender. Was she a cis male gay man who liked playing the […]

The post Crowning the Kollectin Queen appeared first on The Pride LA.

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By Jorge Paniagua Jessica Jean nearly became part of a growing statistic after downloading the popular LGBTQ+ dating/sex app Grindr. Violence against transgender people continues to be a daunting issue within the LGBTQ+ community. Los Angeles, alone, recorded a nearly 13 percent increase in hate crimes toward LGBTQ+ people and black community members last year, […]

The post Another Trans Victim from Dating App Robbery appeared first on The Pride LA.

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