Outfest LA 2015


Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival July 9 – 19, 2015 Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival is eleven days of not to be missed world-class films, panels, and parties. Full program will be announced on June 3 and Box Office opens to the public on June 15. The festival galas include: Opening Night Gala: Tig (Directed by […]


Caitlyn Jenner’s New Blog Series, “The Journey Begins”

Caitlyn Jenner with trans friends

By Alex Temblador Starting today, Caitlyn Jenner has released the first of many articles in a series called “The Real Me.” In this series, Jenner will explore the LGBT community and the issues that many transgender persons face in hopes of raising awareness. This first blog, although short, speaks about Jenner’s limited experience with the […]


Why The PRIDE Health Study App Is Great for the LGBTQ Community


By Alex Temblador Dr. Mitchell Lunn and Dr. Juno Obedin-Maliver of the University of California-San Francisco have just released a new iPhone app called PRIDE. This new downloadable app will ask users to share their health history and health concerns in an effort to launch the largest long-term health study of the LGBTQ community. The […]


Kimmel & Zea Prove That Kids Are All Right With Same-Sex Marriage


One of the most commonly-used arguments against same-sex marriage were children. Anti-gay and anti-marriage equality supporters have said that children deserve “one mother and one father” and that gay marriage will only confuse the children of the world. However, now that marriage equality has come to pass, we’ve seen in the following days, that kids […]


Bike Ride & Lunch with Meetup Group, The Southern California Gay and Lesbian Club (and Friends)


Join Meetup group, The Southern California Gay and Lesbian Club (and Friends), for a bike ride from North Hollywood Metro Station to Chinatown for Lunch. The bike ride is very pleasant and is suitable for all bike riders who can ride at least 16 miles one way from North Hollywood to Chinatown on mostly flat […]


A Supreme Court Verdict of Love: Same-Sex Marriage Wins

Bert and Ernie- marriage equality

By Alex Temblador Imagine waking up one weekday morning, a morning no different from the days before it. Except it is. See, today the United States government no longer looks at you as a second-class citizen. Today, the Supreme Court of the United States of America has officially stated that you have the right to […]


Trans Pride L.A. 2015


Trans Pride L.A. 2015 is a two-day event celebrating Los Angeles’s transgender and genderqueer community! Friday, June 19th, Trans Pride will feature their annual BigQueerConvo with guest speaker, transgender activist and one of the founders of transgender studies in the academic world, Sandy Stone (“The Empire Strikes Back: A Posttransexual Manifesto”) and will be moderated […]


Diversifying Law Enforcement: 1st Openly Gay Couple Graduates From Boston Police Academy


Police forces are stereotypically macho. We picture them as masculine men with a tough exterior and sometimes a hard interior to match, and the Boston Police force is no different if not more stereotypically heightened thanks to big screen films and television shows. Police forces aren’t historically diverse. In 2013, reports showed that only about […]