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.
The first Pride was a riot. Trans and gender-nonconforming individuals, people of color, and LGBT individuals in New York had had enough, and they stood up. They fought the Police and systems of oppression in the streets outside the bar “Stonewall Inn.” The insurrection continued for the next several nights. These uprisings made significant headlines and rippled throughout the globe, with similar fights happening in England and across the United States.
What is PRIDE month without little glamour? In celebration of LGBTQ+ Pride month Las Vegas PRIDE magazine captured the spirit of PRIDE with members of our community at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
You have to get up pretty early in the morning to get a jump on Keyska Diva. Already a six-time titleholder, Keyska visited Las Vegas for the first time in 2006. Three months later, she pulled up stakes in Texas and made the Las Vegas valley her home.