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For Cyrus Grace Dunham, Gender Is a Journey Without a Clear End

The Glassell Park resident—and sibling to big sister Lena—details their dysphoria in the new memoir, 'A Year Without a Name'
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Scotty Bowers, Storied ‘Facilitator’ of Old Hollywood’s Gay Underground, Has Died at Age 96

He claimed to have arranged hundreds of trysts for stars dating back to the 1940s
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After a Stop at the Abbey, Kamala Harris Promises an LGBTQ Advocate in the White House

The candidate swung by WeHo in advance of tonight's LGBTQ town hall
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The Star Wars Universe’s First Openly Gay Couple Is “the Cutest”

A franchise that's launched decades of rumors finally has a confirmed pair of gay animated extraterrestrials
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How the West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval Became the Biggest Costume Party in the World

Founded in 1987, the gathering now stretches for miles and packs in a half million raucous revelers
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After Alleged Transphobic Incident, Las Perlas Faces “Rougher Road” to WeHo Opening

The DTLA mezcal bar has reportedly changed security companies after trans women were booted
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Los Angeles Has Become a Hub for a Wave of Queer Street Artists

From commissioned murals to wheatpasted posters, gay art is popping up all over L.A.'s streetscape
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How the Boulet Brothers Made Space for Freaky, Femme Energy in L.A.’s Queer Party Scene

The alt-drag power couple says goodbye to Queen Kong, a weekly party that diversified a masculine scene
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A Landmark Book on Gay History Has Been Updated and Re-Released for a New Generation

Charles Kaiser picks up where he left off in "The Gay Metropolis"
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In Circus of Books, a Filmmaker Explores How Gay Porn Became Her Family’s Business

The Ryan Murphy-produced doc is more than a eulogy for a gay L.A. landmark, it's a family portrait