Show, Share & Tell

The Los Angeles LGBT Center’s Senior Services and Trans Lounge are joining forces once again to offer this new weekly INTERGENERATIONAL sharing and storytelling group.

In this 90-minute online group, folks from our Seniors Services program and Trans* Lounge will come together as one to share a poem, song, recipe, or arts and crafts that you’ve created or just their amazing experiences. Whatever is near and dear to you. There is so much we can learn from one another and there is always a story behind each painting, book, article of clothing, object, or even your pets. We want to hear all about it!

Join us each Wednesday and tell us the stories behind the treasures in your home. All are invited to share, although it is not required to participate.

Gina Bigham (she/her) is Program Manager of the Trans* Lounge at the Los Angeles LGBT Center and a woman of trans experience. She has been a Center employee since 2011 and has made her mark on the organization as the long-time lead organizer of Trans Pride L.A., one of the oldest and best attended trans
specific pride events in the country.

Along with her work at the Center, Gina is also known throughout the community as one of the co-founders of WildSide’s Sin City Soirée. Founded in 2007 and continuing to this day, the Sin City Soirée is a week-long empowerment party in Las Vegas bringing together hundreds of trans individuals from all over the globe.

Born and raised in San Francisco and a Los Angeles resident since 2009, Gina adores spending time at the beach (#bikinilife) and quiet time at home with her cat, Trixxi. She is committed to empowering all that cross her path and making the trans journey as easy to navigate as possible for as many as possible.


Ash Nichols (they/them) is a queer non-binary trans human, who spends their days gathering stories and facilitating other groups of humans. Ash has been a theatre and performance artist over the past decade throughout California. Ash has been a producer and manager specializing in new works, community-engaged projects, installations, non-traditional and other weird art things that defy categorization.

Ash is fond of nurturing, instigating, and challenging redefinitions of masculinities in the world, both as their own person, and through more official avenues. Ash currently works with Trans* Lounge, and proud to be a part of making workshops, groups and classes accessible to their community.