Meet Brady McGill, the passionate Las Vegas native dedicated to making the world a better place through his role as President and CEO of Las Vegas PRIDE in the September 2023 issue of Vacationer Magazine. With 15 years of unwavering commitment, Brady has transformed this all-volunteer, non-profit organization into a beacon of hope and inclusivity for the LGBTQ+ community.
MPOX is related to the virus that causes smallpox and sometimes shows up as flu-like symptoms and as sores and lesions. It’s not an STI but can be transmitted through all the fun stuff – like skin-to-skin contact, swapping bodily fluids, sharing sheets and kissing.
In a world where barriers often limit the potential of marginalized communities, Casey Xavier, Esq., stands tall as a trailblazer and champion of justice in Nevada.
In celebration of Pride Month, the Biden-Harris Administration announced new actions to protect LGBTQ+ communities from attacks on their rights and safety.
Femme representation is beautiful and important in the queer community. We all appear differently and express our sexuality and appearance in various ways while still identifying as Femme. We embrace everything feminine, but we are much more than just that.
To retell my story is to relive it… the scary moments, the sadness and anger, the embarrassment, and the less-than-human “customer service” provided verbally and non-verbally. Oh yeah, and the physical pain, there’s that too.
Las Vegas is a city much more than the bright façade of lights and sculpted stucco. The dazzling shows of world-class entertainers were what diverted me from a career in Broadway’s endless revivals and rigid design hierarchy.
Since 2014, Las Vegas PRIDE OUTside has hosted monthly hikes around the valley. These events are free to attend, open to all, and a nice way to get some exercise and time in the great OUTdoors.
Despite being complete opposites, we share a profound similarity in our identities, beliefs, love, and perspectives on the world. Prior to our encounter, we both sought love in relationships that proved unworthy, resorting to drugs and alcohol. These experiences clouded our understanding of what love truly entailed.
Battlelines are forming across the United States as anti-LGBTQ+ hate groups and politicians are pushing to eliminate our community’s rights and our ability to control our own bodies. But this year in Nevada, it was a different story.