California Elects Robert Garcia, the First Gay Immigrant in Congress

Garcia, a Democrat who served eight years as Long Beach mayor, won 71 percent of the vote against John Briscoe
Adam Levine: Deviant

Memo to Adam Levine and Erick Adame: Don’t Dignify Anyone’s Sexual Hysteria

Opinion: The latest in Good God People Are Crazy When It Comes to Sex comes from the Maroon 5 singer and a NY1 meteorologist

In Photos: A Cosplay Fantasia at DTLA’s Labyrinth of Jareth Masquerade Ball

Over 5000 fans of both the classic, 1986 Jim Henson film ”Labyrinth” and intricate. elaborate fantasy cosplay overtook the Millennium Biltmore in Downtown L.A.

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

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

Book Excerpt: How A Branch of the Getty Family Became LGBTQ Icons

LAMag is proud to present an exclusive excerpt from James Reginato's book, "Growing Up Getty: The Story of America’s Most Unconventional Dynasty," out this week from Gallery Books/Simon & Schuster.

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.

GRAMMY Museum Kicks Off Summer Concert Series With RuPaul’s Drag Race Stars

Manila Luzon, Bob the Drag Queen, and Trinity the Tuck took to the stage on the building's rooftop

Why Karamo Brown Wants To Do ‘Real World’ Reunion: Racism and Homophobia

“Let’s just go back and show the world you can grow and if not, I’m at a capacity now to help them grow. Back then, I was not," TV personality tells LAMag

50 Years of L.A. Pride in Pictures

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