Since JoJo Siwa got on the scene she has done everything a little different and a little better than the generation before. Her larger-than-life personality and even bigger hair bows helped her burn and turn to the fast lane of popularity.
The UK is and has been at the forefront of LGBTQ+ rights for a long time. We reached out to Emily Cloke, British Consul General for the Southwest US, to learn more about what the British Consulate is doing in this part of the country.
Emily Bryan will tell you that Queery Seattle is, “A queer-owned and operated creative agency that prices unique community resources and programs to help the queer community. Using branding, content, strategy, and creativity to give back and help elevate our LGBTQIA+ family.”
The always-outrageous Sin Sity Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence proudly announces their annual Project Nunway Challenge fashion show event on Saturday, Nov. 13, 2021 at the New Orleans Square courtyard in The Historic Commercial Center District.
Did you know there is a day dedicated to bringing awareness to mental health issues, not only locally, but around the world and to mobilize efforts in support of mental health? World Mental Health Day is formally recognized on October 10 every year.
Gender Justice Nevada was founded in 2011. They champion the healing, dignity and just for LGBTQ+ people including transgender, non-binary, gender non-conforming, intersex and other gender diverse people.
There are plenty of reasons to gay trip in town this fall. Make a day of it. From Gilcrease Orchards in the northwest, to the Clark County Wetlands in the east, the weather is perfect to start getting outdoors and enjoying the outside again.
Queer men of my generation were raised to be straight. I have to believe it wasn’t done out of malice but lack of knowledge. That didn’t make it any less damaging or the journey to self-acceptance any less brutal. To that end, I have spent a lot of time seeking validation. Sadly, in my community that does not make me special, but all too ordinary.
Judy Bowenwiener and Dr. Jason Flatt of UNLV School of Public Health have founded a new group, Building HOUSE Las Vegas. This new group is working with local leaders to create affordable and welcoming housing for LGBTQIA+ people aged 50+ in Las Vegas.