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A new documentary from a Las Vegas filmmaker looks at the LGBTQ experience during the first year of the pandemic.
Nevada’s LGBT citizens have been fighting for equality since statehood was established in the 1800s.
Remembering Gipsy, where the queer community “could be themselves at night”
Mental illness and suicide are massive problems in Nevada, especially for LGBTQ people.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Authorities are searching for a suspect who vandalized a Las Vegas community center serving gay, lesbian and transgender people.
The Center, a hub for the LGBTQ community located in downtown Las Vegas, has a new leader at a time when that community is feeling a bit under
The Queer Arts Film Festival brings life back to a dormant niche of the local film scene.
we’re going to delve a bit deeper into how members of the LGBTQ communities are feeling right now, as the reality sets in that one of the safest places in the world for gay people has been violated.
A statement last year by the LDS church on same-sex marriage was largely viewed as anti-gay, and many worried the policy would make LGBTQ members feel more marginalized.
Tiger Devore can talk extensively on a subject many people struggle to open up about - sex.
Neon lights, flashy signs and glamorous outfits could describe almost any Las Vegas-style event. But this one has one more thing that makes it stand out - a lot of rainbow colors.