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Another LGBTQ+ Nightlife Destination Has Fallen Victim to the Pandemic

Rage nightclub is the latest in a series of permanent closures for the once-vibrant local scene
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How Did L.A. Become a City Without Lesbian Bars?

It's been years since the area's last lesbian bar shuttered, but their absence has left women to find community in other ways

A Complete Guide to a Full Month of (Virtual) Pride Events

Though June’s Pride festivities have been canceled or postponed, you can still celebrate—virtually
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WeHo Landmark Circus of Books Returns to Life as Chi Chi LaRue’s Circus

Sex toys and porn are joined by art, books, and more at the adult movie director and drag diva's new Santa Monica Boulevard space
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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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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
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Legendary Author John Rechy Recalls L.A.’s Oft-Forgotten Gay Uprising

According to the 88-year-old, LGBTQ history is more complex than pre-Stonewall and post-Stonewall
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A Tour of L.A.’s Gay Landmarks, From Studio One to the Woman’s Building

From the site of the doughnut rebellion to the first gay church, a tour of the city's most important historical sites