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Portrait of Anne Lister (1791-1840), by Joshua Horner, ca.1830

Anne Lister (1791–1840), often referred to as ‘the first modern lesbian,’ was a wealthy, independent British landowner, businesswoman, and prolific diarist.


Morris Kight Residence and Morris Kight ca 1999
Kelly Wallace, June 28, 2021

Los Angeles has over 1,200 Historic-Cultural Monuments, yet only a dozen have been designated because of their association with the LGBTQIA community.


Forman Brown seated at the piano at Turnabout Theatre. Brown's novel, Better Angel
Nicholas Beyelia, June 25, 2021

In 1987, an elderly gentleman named Forman Brown stepped inside the indie bookstore, A Different Light Books, at 4014 Santa Monica Blvd in search of a novel.


Portrait of Alan Mathison Turing
Daniel Tures, June 23, 2021

Alan Turing was born June 23, 1912, in London. He was an extraordinary man well ahead of his time, who was recognized early on as a genius by his peers.


black cat now and then
Kelly Wallace, June 21, 2021

Los Angeles has over 1,200 Historic-Cultural Monuments, yet only a dozen have been designated because of their association with the LGBTQIA community.


Colorize vintage photo of Los Angeles Central Library with words "Library is now open"
Vince Zalkind, June 16, 2021

Happy Pride! If you’re here you probably already know who RuPaul is, you’re familiar with the political work of Harvey Milk, you’ve even got a Keith Haring art print on your wall…but do you know your local LGBTQIA trivia? Don’t let San Francisco get all the credit! L.A.


Collage of albums by LGBTQIA artists
Daniel Tures, June 16, 2021

Ever since the Stonewall riots brought the struggle for queer rights and representation to the forefront in June of 1969, June has been celebrated as LGBTQIA Pride Month.


Women gathered in a circle on a carpeted floor for a meeting at the Los Angeles Crenshaw Women's Center
Kelly Wallace, June 14, 2021

Los Angeles has over 1,200 Historic-Cultural Monuments, yet only a dozen have been designated because of their association with the LGBTQIA community.


Albert Van Luit Building, front entrance
Kelly Wallace, June 07, 2021

Los Angeles has over 1,200 Historic-Cultural Monuments, yet only a dozen have been designated because of their association with the LGBTQIA community.


Author Ryan La Sala and his latest novel, Be Dazzled
Daryl M., June 03, 2021

Ryan La Sala grew up in Connecticut, but only physically.


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