Trans Actor Scott Turner Schofield Is an Activist Through His Art

Schofield is contesting that most of his advocacy for the LGBTQ+ community is done through simply producing art in Hollywood

Making Waves: History’s Largest Gathering of Black Surfers

Nathan Fluellen wants you to know that surfing is not reserved for chiseled blond bros. So he hosted the largest gathering of black surfers in history—in ruby red Huntington Beach

There Goes the Gayborhood!

West Hollywood has long billed itself as the queerest place on earth. But as the city becomes younger, straighter, and woker, its gay founding fathers are starting to feel left out

AOC, the Squad and Others Arrested in U.S. Capitol Abortion Protest

More than a dozen Democratic lawmakers were arrested at an abortion rights rally outside of the Capitol on Tuesday

Outfest’s Head On Bringing Back Its Film Festival Post-Pandemic

"We legitimately have to get what we saw our ancestors do in really big ways and not just ‘share and like,’" Damien Navarro told LAMag

At VidCon 2022, Influencers Discuss the Roe Reversal, Drag and Identity

LAMag took the opportunity to chat with TikTok comedian Brittany Broski, makeup influencer Patrick Starrr and Doing Things Media at the event.

Emmett Till’s Family Seeks Justice After Finding Unserved Warrant

The family of Emmett Till is calling for the arrest of a woman linked to his 1955 kidnapping and murder after an unserved warrant was found

The Wreckage of Roe: News and Notes on SCOTUS’ Abortion Ruling From Across Media

A look at the headlines from major media outlets and others on what is sure to be the biggest story of 2022

June Diane Raphael Says Without Roe v Wade Women Are ‘Essentially State-Owned Property’

“It is more important than ever for women to get into spaces with other women,” actress tells LAMag

50 Years of L.A. Pride in Pictures

How a modest march for civil rights became the biggest party in L.A.