Community Bulletin Board

The Los Angeles LGBT Center’s LifeWorks program is in need youth mentors. If you would like to share your time and help shape the life of an LGBTQ youth please see visit .

They are looking for mentors that are 30 years of age or older (but can recruit slightly younger), stable and can commit to a minimum of 4-6 hours per month for one full year.

Email cover letter and resume to Volunteer & Department Relations Supervisor Carissa Oberlin at [email protected]


Everyone is welcome at the clinic but please note that they can only legally provide physician’s letters to patients of St. John’s. So any client that is not a St. John’s patient need to request a Declaration Letter from their licensed physician or psychologist (not LCSW). If you have questions, contact Jason Hill at 323-541-1600 ext. 2328 or at [email protected].


Transgender Talent is producing a newsletter. If you would like updates on casting calls, production news, press releases and much more, just click the link below to get on the mailing list:

Originally piloted in the SF Bay Area, they2ze is now available for the greater Los Angeles Area! The app, which connects transgender-spectrum youth to inclusive care and health services that are rated by their peers, has been developed by our friends at YTH (youth+tech+health).  Find inclusive resources, tools, and information, all targeting youth who identify within the transgender spectrum and for medical and service providers who serve them.

[email protected] Coalition presents a new bi-weekly fresh produce program called FOOD HAVEN! They are partnering with Food Forward to provide free fresh vegetables and produce to clients and community members in need of food.

Folks are welcome to come to their Drop-In Center between 2pm and 4pm to collect as much produce as they desire. They encourage people to bring a plastic or reusable bag since they cannot guarantee that bags will be available. They also cannot guarantee that certain types of produce will be available consistently or at all (in the past they’ve been able to offer potatoes, chives, avocados, lettuce, and peppers). Participants do not need to be TLC clients or need to become TLC clients to participate in the FOOD HAVEN program.

For more information about FOOD HAVEN, please contact the TLC Outreach Specialist, Liza Aseballos at 213-355-2963 or [email protected]

[email protected] Coalition has created a six month transitional housing program for transgender and gender non-conforming people hoping to receive temporary assistance in their path toward more permanent housing.

Folks who are interested can reach out to Michaé Pulido [email protected] / 213-201-3400 for more information and to begin the application process!


The Mission statement:

This is a direct response to this administrations memo on Oct. 21, 2018 considering to narrowly defining gender as a biological, immutable condition determined by genitalia at birth to establish a legal definition of sex under Title IX

This rally is to focus on cultivating stronger allyships between our straight & LGB brothers & sisters as well as the Transgender community itself

This is call to action to all communities we need to make a statement that we are here for our Trans Families!!

Our community grows more fearful everyday under this administration & it’s time we let them know we are here, we love you and they #WontBeErased because we won’t let it happen!!

#WontBeErased #TransIsBeautiful

National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE) Trans Equality Reception

Come support the National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE) and The LGBTQ Center Long Beach at our Long Beach Trans Equality Reception!

This will be an evening of socializing with NCTE Executive Director, Mara Keisling over drinks and light fare. Join in for a conversation on the current state of transgender rights and a look at how the 2018 election will shape the direction of transgender equality in the future.

Learn more about issues impacting trans individuals and support NCTE in their work to end discrimination against our community.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 6:30 – 8:30 PM

All guests will be encouraged to make a meaningful gift in addition to purchasing a ticket. Donations can made prior to the event easily by clicking here. For more information, please contact Daniel Shad at [email protected].

Trans* Lounge member Natalie Nicole Dressel and Flat Tire Theatre Company presents

There is Evil in This House
Written by Natalie Nicole Dressel
Directed by Sofija Dutcher

A pop-culture obsessed Transgender woman copes with the realities of having grown up in a haunted house, the trauma of coming out to her mother, and uncovers the painful truth about the demons that haunt her still.

Friday, November 2nd at 8:00pm
Saturday, November 3rd at 2:00pm
Saturday, November 3rd at 8:00pm
Friday, November 9th at 8:00pm
Saturday, November 10th at 2:00pm
Saturday, November 10th at 8:00pm

520 N. Western Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90004

Will be available starting October 19th!

Mi Estori is an annual event held by Queer-Trans Creators of Color who take space for emerging artists to present their work. 2018 brings a time of unreality, therefore Mi Estori will be highlighting Legends and Mitos (Myths) of Queer-Trans People of Color, undocumented individuals, individuals with disabilities, and religiously persecuted individuals. Please join the artists presenting the legends and mitos in the fabrics of culture, spiritual beliefs, and popular culture.

They are looking for folks to submit their work to perform, read, or recite on November 17th. Please forward off to anyone that you may know or submit yourself! The RSVP deadline is November 3rd. By RSVP-ing, you are simply telling the event organizers that you are interested in performing. The submission deadline is November 10th that means that the date you need to have your written or performance piece done is November 10th.

They will be finalizing their location soon and announce it to all those who submitted as well as posting on their social media: Facebook and Instagram.

If you have any questions, you can email Charlie at [email protected]

G.A.R.R.A.S. (Ground Breaking Activism Redirecting & Reforming All Systems) is an annual fashion show and fundraiser event that highlights the Trans, Gender-nonconforming community and their allies as high fashion models, designers and stylists while raising funds for the [email protected] Coalition. Through this event, Trans, Gender-nonconforming communities and their allies demonstrate their talents, leadership and activism skills.

The event helps to redefine activism in recognition that every event participant is an activist who impacts their lives and that of others. Participants provide their art, time, talent and many other multiple skills while raising funds to uplift and mobilize the Trans & Gender-nonconforming community to create a space of self-expression and total acceptance.

Threats to the transgender community have never been greater. Join JQ International and Trans Can Work on Sunday, November 18 from 1-3 pm at the Third Annual Trans Equality Brunch for an important and timely panel discussion with members of the transgender and genderqueer community.

Transgender Day of Remembrance, which occurs annually on November 20th, is a day to memorialize those who have been murdered as a result of transphobia and to bring attention to the continued violence endured by the transgender community. At the Trans Equality Brunch, community members will hear the voices, stories, and experiences of diverse and accomplished transgender and genderqueer community members, with hopes of being better friends, family, allies, and supporters of full equality for the entire LGBTQ+ community.

To increase visibility and create awareness of such an important cause, JQ and TransCanWork have gathered an esteemed panel of members of the transgender and genderqueer community to speak about their experiences.

Please join us for food, conversation, and enlightenment at the City of West Hollywood Government West Hollywood City Council Chambers located at 624 North San Vicente Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA 90069. The event is free with RSVP and includes brunch. Brunch will be from 1 – 1:30 pm, with panel discussion and program from 1:30 – 3 pm.

This community-wide panel event is made possible by a Social Programs Grant from District 3 Supervisor Sheila Kuehl and hosted by the City of West Hollywood.

Celebrating our audacity to thrive

This is an important year for our community by reclaiming our strength and standing in solidarity with one another to embody the resilience we have always represented.

This year we are highlighting the resilience of Trans survivors of violence and honoring our Trans military veterans and currently enlisted Trans service members.

Your favorite kinky monthly party is bringing you another rad party! In the spirit of November 20th being Transgender Day of Remembrance, we are excited to celebrate our Trans/ GNC community and honor those trans warriors that led our battles. Come hug, play, and dance your asses off with each other!

THE TRANS WELLNESS CENTER will be collecting clothes and  donations. *Clothes donated must be in wearable condition!

Seeking LGBTQ folks to come and share their stories for a series of trading cards

Come join Queer Kids for free drinks, snacks, and fun. We will be taking photos for our Los Angeles series trading cards and providing a queer-friendly, safe and inclusive space.

Queer Kids is a series* of collectible LGBTQ+ trading cards featuring your very own local Queer community. This community project is designed to be a resource for queer individuals and focuses on giving back.

Sunday, November 18, 2018

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

631 Wilshire Blvd,

3rd Floor
Santa Monica, CA 90401

Queers and allies welcome! Photographs will be taken on a first come basis.



If you have an event or announcement you would like to share with our community, please send promotional materials and details to Trans* Lounge Program Manager Gina Bigham at [email protected].