Today is the beginning of LGBT History Month! Every year in October, LGBT History Month highlights 31 different LGBT icons, one for every day of the month. Every icon has a video and bio detailing their importance to the fight for LGBT rights, along with downloadable flyers, images, and other resources. A project of Equality Forum, LGBT History Month provides role models, builds community, and makes sure the LGBT community’s national and international contributions are heard.
Hey everyone, have we got something special for you! Do you love art? Well you have the chance to go to World Wide Art Los Angeles for free! World Wide Art L.A. is an international fine arts show that will serve as a visual montage of influential fine art in 2014, as it exists across the globe.
This video profiles 80’s pop sensation Rick Springfield and his life-long bout with depression. He opens up about his suicide attempt as a teenager and his struggles, and triumphs, throughout his childhood, career, family, and spiritual life.
It’s great to have the support of powerhouse artists like Cher and Demi Lovato (though she isn’t nearly on Cher’s level!)! Demi Lovato will be giving performances at LA Pride and NYC Pride this summer! More on that in a press release from NYC Pride below.
MULTI-PLATINUM SELLING RECORDING ARTIST, DEMI LOVATO GOES BICOASTAL FOR PRIDE
NEW YORK, NY | LOS ANGELES, CA – In honor of the 45th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, two of the largest Pride events in the world— LA PRIDE and NYC PRIDE—have joined forces to announce the participation of one of the biggest names in Hollywood in this year’s LGBT Pride celebrations, Demi Lovato. On June 8th, the multi-platinum selling recording artist will join the LA PRIDE Parade as Grand Marshal and her participation will include a special performance. On June 29, Lovato will head east to headline perform at NYC Pride’s legendary Dance on the Pier on Pier 26 in Tribeca.
You can get tickets for GMCLA’s Holiday Spectacular (December 14th & 15th) at the Alex Theatre by going to their website!
Now that Halloween has officially passed us by, I realized this week 2013 is screaming by as well. Check out this uber-gay New Year’s event in Los Angeles. If you’re throwing a cool gay New Year’s event send your flyer to email@example.com for consideration!
I saw these beautiful wedding photos while browsing around the internet today, and I just had to share. The women getting married are Shannon and Seema, and the photos are from Steph Grant. More pictures and a link to the full album on Grant’s website after the jump!
Karamo Brown is 32-year-old gay man, who is defying the odds as a single father.
Brown is best known for his role on MTV’s The Real World: Philadelphia, which originally aired 2004-2005. These days he keeps busy working as a TV host and model, while raising his two sons Jason and Chris in Los Angeles.
This is a freaking travesty! The humongous pink bulldog statue you see above was stolen this past Monday off the Santa Monica Boulevard median. The bulldog is one of six bulldog sculptures that were on the median for Sunday’s gay pride parade.
What we have here is Mr. Arturo Avina’s super-duper adorable kindergarten class from Olympic Primary Center of the Los Angeles Unified School District. They’re performing recent Tony winner Cyndi Lauper’s “True Colors”, and they look damn cute doing it! These are some kids who know about peace, love, and acceptance!
If this video doesn’t warm your heart, then you hate puppies. Period. Check out the video after the jump!