Tag: Los Angeles
On Sept. 21, the L.A. LGBT Center celebrated its 50th anniversary in a “very L.A.” way — alongside famous actors, comedians, musicians and TV stars.
It’s illegal to have sex in public, but it’s also a fact that repressive laws often left LGBTQ people with few other options
The book, by photographer Matthew Dean Stewart and illustrator Stevie Hannigan combines the two artists’ work to celebrate our uniqueness
If you’re looking to have sex with some of the most beautiful men in the world, then L.A. is definitely your city
While many of us think of Stonewall as the first major fight for LGBTQ rights, there were predecessors, like the Cooper’s Do-Nuts Riot 10 years before
We see a lot of slut-shaming coming from the straight world, so shouldn’t the dynamic be different in our glitter and lube-infused world?
It often appears as if the United States and the West is under attack — from the right-wing Trump administration, from white supremacist and homophobic factions who denounce diversity and preach hate, from religious and xenophobic intolerance and a media that willfully ignores the truth. It’s easy to feel that[…]
He came from a rough background but Micah Perry has since built a career as one of the most well-known tattoo artists in the game
While now it’s mostly just an aesthetic, the radical faeries started out as a counter-cultural community — and changed the world for the better
They’re the nightlife collective ruling L.A.’s underground nightlife scene, hosting and throwing parties where queer people can be themselves