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“Care Should Never Feel Wrong”: How the Center Is Transforming Medical Care

I often refer to myself as a “professional lesbian.” I say it because it’s funny and everyone thinks that lesbians are buzzkills. But I also say it because it’s true. I bring that part of my identity into my work because there’s no way around it—my sexuality is inherent to who I am as a […]

RuPaul’s Drag Race Contestant Q Uplifts HIV Services at the Los Angeles LGBT Center

RuPaul’s Drag Race contestant Q  joins the Los Angeles LGBT Center to uplift and highlight HIV treatment and prevention services.

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“Our Lives Matter”: Our Elders Raise Their Voices for Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

“We need to educate people. We need to help them understand that we are important, our lives matter.”

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
Los Angeles LGBT Center and AIDS/LifeCycle Honor World AIDS Day

Drag superstar Valentina and the LA Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence honor lives lost and call for an end to stigma.

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Paris Hilton Makes Surprise Visit to the Center’s Youth and Senior Culinary Arts Students

TV star and media personality donated sets of cookware to program students.

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Cynthia “Cyndi” Harrison Honored with Inaugural Sharon Franklin Brown Award for Employee Excellence, Celebrating 24 Years of Service

Harrison has provided care to thousands as a nurse practitioner at the Center’s Jeffrey Goodman Clinic in Hollywood.

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Celebrating Bi Visibility Day: Breaking Stereotypes and Embracing Diversity

On September 23rd, we celebrate the international holiday of Bi Visibility Day. Bi Visibility Day was created to recognize and celebrate the bi+ community. It originated in 1999 at the International Lesbian and Gay Association Conference in Johannesburg, South Africa after three bi+ activists, Wendy Curry, Michael Page, and Gigi Raven Wilbur saw the need […]

There’s Never Been a Better Time to Try DoxyPEP

With a nationwide shortage of syphilis treatment, DoxyPEP is a safe and effective way to prevent transmission of STIs.

What You Need to Know About Hurricane Hilary

The storm is expected to bring heavy rain, storm force winds, and potential flooding to Southern California.

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Roxane Gay Celebrates Audre Lorde Health Program at WxW: ‘Care in the Truest Sense of the Word’

WxW: For Women. By Women. returned to the Center after four years with a keynote address by author Roxane Gay.

Bridging Communities While Honoring the Diversity of AANHPI Month: Emiko Kenderes’ Journey at the Los Angeles LGBT Center

Emiko Kenderes reflects on her journey as a mental health clinician and advocate for AANHPI inclusion.

Mpox Resurgence: What You Should Know

Mpox, formerly known as the human monkeypox virus, is an infectious disease that can occur in humans and some animals.

Center South Celebrates Three Years of Service in South Los Angeles

Center South provides free and low-cost programs and services for the community of South LA.

LGBTQ+ Youth, Seniors, and ‘Drag Race’ Queens Celebrate Chosen Family at Inaugural Intergenerational Thanksgiving Dinner

The Center’s intergenerational Thanksgiving celebration uplifts chosen family over a hot meal.

Dispensing Culturally Competent Care: The Center’s Patient-Centric Pharmacy Does Much More Than Fill Prescriptions

The Los Angeles LGBT Center’s state-of-the-art pharmacy fills approximately 18,000 prescriptions each month.

Trixie Mattel Inspires LGBTQ+ Youth to be their Best Selves at Models of Pride

Established 30 years ago, Models of Pride is the world’s largest free conference for LGBTQ+ youth and their allies.

For Mi Centro’s Caín Andrade, Service Is Central

Program director Cain Andrade plans to grow Mi Centro’s array of services for the Latinx community of Boyle Heights.

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