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Meet LGBT History Month icon Ethel Allen

Meet LGBT History Month icon Ethel Allen.

(Editor's note: October is LGBT History Month, celebrated annually to recognize the notable achievements of LGBT people throughout time.

Diversionary Theatre hosts trans panel discussion

 San Diego’s Diversionary Theatre recently hosted a discussion on trans and gender nonconforming portrayal in theatre today. The event was sponsored by Transfamily Support Services, the Human Rights Campaign, the Metropolitan Community Church of San Diego, the North County LGBT Resource Center, and Neutral Corner.

End AIDS. End Stigma.

End AIDS. End Stigma.

I distinctly remember the homophobic bullying I experienced as young person, starting in the 3rd grade, being connected to a narrative that the only future I had in front of me was one in which I contracted HIV, died of AIDS, and burn in hell for all eternity. I was nine years old.

Stop killing us

Black trans artist Mila Jam opened up the event by singing the national anthem, while an honor guard comprised only of trans service members and veterans presented the colors. In front of the stage, transgender community members sat facing the audience holding signs with the names, faces, and ages of each of the trans people that had been murdered this year.

He won't shave until he sees red in San Diego

He won't shave until he sees red in San Diego

You have probably met Edward Jaime at one of many places in Hillcrest. He can be seen working at #1 Fifth Avenue and Flicks but you might not recognize him after next Saturday. That's okay, it's for a good cause. 

Interfaith leaders stand by Chula Vista Library's Drag Queen Storytime

Drag Queen Storytime happens in just under a week in Chula Vista and Interfaith leaders are offering their support to the City of Chula Vista, the Chula Vista Public Library, and Chula Vista Councilmember Stephen Padilla.