Community Bulletin Board

Palm Springs Speaks is offering the Los Angeles LGBT Center members a 10% discount on any level of ticket by using the promotional code: LACenter when they buy tickets online, available at  or directly on Eventbrite.

See an exclusive first look of Razor Tongue and also a special screening of Sarah Parlow’s Lit Girl, a LIT AF narrative PSA.

Q&A moderated by Zackary Drucker and after party to follow! Street parking only. Ride-sharing recommended.

WHEN: Tuesday, January 22, 7:30 PM
WHERE: Renberg Theatre
Los Angeles LGBT Center’s Village at Ed Gould Plaza
1125 N. McCadden Pl.
Los Angeles, CA 90038

See the trailer here:

Please join St. John’s for their FIRST EVER Transgender Career Fair in South Los Angeles!

You will be provided with a free lunch and validated parking. All you would need to bring is:

1) Your resume

2) Your desire to work!

DATE: Wednesday, March 13th from 12:00pm to 4:00pm.

ADDRESS: 400 W. Washington Blvd,
Los Angeles, CA 90015

PARKING: St. John’s Well Child and Family Center
326 W. 23rd Street
Los Angeles, CA 90007

**Park at St. John’s and then walk directly across the street to the white tent at the LA Trade Tech Campus** There will be signs and a registration table.

For further information, please contact: Jason T. Hill at [email protected].

As of January 4, 2019, the Center’s Friday evening drop-in group; Transgender Perceptions has moved back to room 209 at the Village!

Parking will still be available for you at our Youth Center on Highland (1220 Highland Ave. LA 90038. One block from the Village).

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 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]

A Transitional Housing Program for Trans / GNC / Intersex Folks!

This is not an emergency housing option, unfortunately. This is a transitional housing option to allow trans community members to stabilize and move toward more permanent housing. This is a 6 MONTH program that will provide case management, assistance with saving funds, and provide a trans friendly living space for folks having difficulty finding trans friendly housing. The house is located in South Los Angeles.

Find the preliminary requirements above. Please share with your networks and contact Michaé Pulido at [email protected] or 213-201-3400 if you have any questions!

Click here for a list of shelter locations and transportation schedules.

Titled Beyond the Binary, this research project seeks to elevate the voices of transgender and gender non-conforming individuals through an artistic mode of storytelling called body mapping. The goal of this project is to glean data that will further inform gender affirming care for all and represent present complexities in trans / non-binary individuals social identities and experience.

The artist will be traveling throughout California during January and February to meet with willing participants for a one time meeting and to facilitate the art directive of body mapping.

*All information gathered will be kept confidential and the participants profiles will never be at risk of disclosure.

Contact: [email protected] or by phone: (408) 209- 5808

As you may or may not be aware, we have an amazing queer oasis in our midst. Cuties is a safe queer space and host many events for the LA queer community. They’re also just generally a great and welcoming hangout. Being a coffee shop, it’s a safe space for not just the queer community at large, but for those of the community who are not allowed to be in or are uncomfortable/unable to be in alcoholic spaces for one reason or another.

However, Cuties needs your help! In order to keep their doors open and continue to provide the programs and services the café has become known for, Cuties is seeking an infusion of $12,000 in funds from the Patreon supporters. Unlike Kickstarter, where a donor gives to a project once up front, Patreon works on a subscription model, where donors commit to be billed for a monthly contribution. The suggested tier is $10 each month, which includes a monthly cup of coffee and access to a subscribers-only online content feed, but contributions from $2 to $250 per month are encouraged, with special rewards for each level.









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].