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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 perspective on the LGBTQ+ rainbow flag’s origin. Not only would Segerblom appreciate credit for her work in designing the now internationally-recognized LGBTQ+ symbol, but she’s ready to create new […]

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The Palm Springs Police Dept. is looking for an unidentified man who shot two people while outside popular gay bar toucans early Sunday morning.  Neither victims’ wounds were life-threatening. Police said that the incident started inside the bar when two people got into an argument and were thrown out of the establishment. Authorities haven’t released […]

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The 30th Annual GLAAD Media Awards are coming to L.A. on March 28. Rich Ferraro has been working with GLAAD for 10 years. In that time, he’s been able to see queer representation in global media catch up to the way queer folks live their lives today. Starting with only a handful of nominees in the […]

The post In 30 Years, GLAAD Has Come a Long Way appeared first on The Pride LA.

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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 competitively in the form of roller Derby. The Pride L.A. spoke with three skaters to see what derby life is all about. Check it out: In one sentence, what is Angel […]

The post Q&A: Season Opener for Angel City Derby This Weekend appeared first on The Pride LA.

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The Venice Chamber of Commerce has released a statement in response to Venice Pride Board President Grant Turck’s request for the Chamber to “reverse course and to confirm its intention” in writing regarding the recent revocation of Venice Pride’s Chamber membership. In an open letter to the Venice Board of Chamber last week, Turck claims that […]

The post Venice Chamber Justifies Cancelling Venice Price Membership, Pride Sign Lighting appeared first on The Pride LA.

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By Matthew Verdun M.S.  People often start a change journey with self-help books, but there is much more to self-help than just books. Self-help is a broad category that includes books, videos, groups, other online forums, and workshops. Self-help is so popular that it is a $10-billion industry. There are several reasons people turn to […]

The post The Value of Self-Help appeared first on The Pride LA.

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Venice Chamber of Commerce canceled Venice Pride’s membership, according to a letter from the Chamber attorney, Michael Wallerstein that was published on Blogtown. In the same letter, the Chamber disclosed that the Venice sign would be taken down in June for “unrelated maintenance,” effectively cancelling the Venice Pride sign lighting previously scheduled for June 1. […]

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“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 yearning to collect them all. Queer Kids is here to help. With trading cards primarily featuring Queer People of Color (QPOC), this Los Angeles based community group is looking to […]

The post Queer Kids Trading Cards Take Over L.A. — How Many Have You Collected? appeared first on The Pride LA.

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Dear Aidan, I am in a relationship where I feel as though I am doing most of the work. I am emotionally supportive, understanding, and try to show my partner a lot of love! However, I am not feeling the same level of effort coming from her! I feel as though she is taking me […]

The post DEAR AIDAN: Feeling Unappreciated in Relationship appeared first on The Pride LA.

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Catch Sister Spit at the LGBTQ Center of Long Beach Saturday! Nationally touring queer spoken word showcase Sister Spit will be making its stop at the LGBTQ Center of Long Beach on Saturday, March 16 at the acclaimed Icehouse Arts Complex. Having shifted the tour’s focus towards highlighting LGBTQ artists of color in 2018, Sister […]

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