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Inside the Echo Park Bungalow That’s a Shrine to Gay Male Sexuality (and So Much More)

35 years after the formation of the Tom of Finland Foundation, the house it calls home is as important to the community as ever
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50 Years After Midnight Cowboy, Gay Cinema Is Still a Work in Progress

The X-rated Oscar winner nudged open a door that would never quite close again
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Budweiser Made Another Cringey Grope at LGBTQ Cash and the Internet Really Hated It

Despite a rich history of sexually charged, heteronormative ads, the beer giant flew a flag for asexual pride
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A New Exhibit Lets LGBTQ Inmates Reach Out from Behind Bars

On the Inside organizer Tatiana von Furstenberg wants to spark a conversation about human compassion and prison reform
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Before Stonewall, the Queer Revolution Started Right Here in Los Angeles

L.A. gays launched the movement (and the battle cry) that shook the world
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100-Plus LGBTQ Icons and Iconoclasts Who Are Shaping Culture in L.A. and Beyond

In honor of pride month, we rounded up queer folks who are making L.A., well, proud