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CONNECT: LGBTQ Los Angeles events

By Stevie St. John

Looking for ways to connect with your community? Here’s a roundup of upcoming LGBTQ events in the L.A. area:

  • Evolution of Us
    Wednesday, April 23 - West Hollywood City Council Chambersevolution

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Lezlympics 
    Saturday, May 3 - Montecillo De Leo Politi Park (The Old Lodge/Elysian Park)lezlympics1

 

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Roundup: What’s happening in LGBT Los Angeles

By Stevie St. John

A look at what’s happening in LGBTQ Los Angeles and what’s being covered by local LGBTQ writers/media:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • I wrote an essay for The Week about the ambiguous sexual orientation of Community‘s Dean Craig Pelton. The show hasn’t defined the dean’s sexuality, but there are various hints that he is bisexual.thedean

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Roundup: What’s happening in LGBTQ Los Angeles

By Stevie St. John

A look at what’s happening in LGBTQ Los Angeles and what’s being covered by local LGBTQ writers/media:

  • There have been recent cases of meningitis in L.A. County, with gay men disproportionately affected. Five gay men have died. The department of public health is encouraging gay and bisexual men to get vaccinated.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • I’m grateful to the friends of Dr. Kurtland Ma who took the time to talk about his life. Ma, a gay man who recently moved to West Hollywood, died tragically. We profiled him on WEHOville.

    From Kurtland Ma's Facebook page

    From Kurtland Ma’s Facebook page

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CONNECT: LGBTQ Los Angeles events


By Stevie St. John

Looking for ways to connect with your community? Here’s a roundup of upcoming LGBTQ events in the L.A. area.

 

 

 

 

  • Simply diVine
    Saturday, April 5 – L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center’s Village at Ed Gould Plazadivine2

 

 

 

 

 

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A look at what’s happening in LGBTQ Los Angeles and what’s being covered by local LGBTQ writers/media:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A look at what’s happening in LGBTQ Los Angeles and what’s being covered by local LGBTQ writers/media:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • The South Bay LBGT Center, located in Torrance, is seeking board members. Here’s some info. from an e-mail:
     
    The South Bay LGBT Center is seeking energetic, hard-working and committed individuals to serve on the Board of Directors of the South Bay LGBT Center. Board members are the key decision- makers and agents for the organization and work to implement the Center’s mission.
     
    The Board of Directors is the only body legally responsible for the affairs of the organization, including policy setting and implementation, solvency, fiscal affairs and accountability.
     
    In a small organization, the Board of Directors frequently becomes a working board with individual members assuming direct responsibility for various phases of the organization’s day to day operation. That is the case with the South Bay LGBT Center.
     
    Attendance at all regular and special board meetings is expected. Unavoidable multiple absences are reviewed by the Board of Directors and must be approved.
     
    Among the qualifications to serve on the Board of Directors are the following requirements or preferences:
     

  • One year prior business or board experience or educational substitute.
  • Successful supervision or management of at least one South Bay LGBT Center activity desirable.
  • Participation in some aspect of the South Bay LGBT Center for at least six (6) months.
  • Financial commitment of at least $20.00 per month (self or others).
  • Willingness to be publicly out and identified by full name as a member of the South Bay LGBT Board of Directors.
  • Completion of the appropriate paperwork.Board of Directors members are appointed by the current Board of Directors for a term of six months or twelve months. Terms of office end on June 30 or December 31 and are renewable by a vote of the Board of Directors. If you are interested and feel that you meet the criteria listed above, you are invited to make your interest known and we will provide you with a more detailed job description including the legal responsibilities of being a Board Member and an Application Form to be completed and returned.
     
    Time has been extended
     
    Send your request to theboard@southbaycenter.org by March 31, 2014.Please be aware that expressed interest is not a guarantee of being selected to serve on the Board of Directors.

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