the Pride - Heavenly Bodies is Los Angeles’ only known monthly transgender nightlife event featuring live performances hosted by trans model and activist, Sasha Colby.  Proceeds from specialty cocktails made with Illegal Mescal are donated to the Trans Wellness Center to bring additional support and awareness to the trans community.

Hosted at the Abbey in West Hollywood, this past Sunday was a night to remember, as the number one Beyonce impersonator – Miss Shalae brought her ballroom version of Queen Bey. 

As equality and acceptance for the LGBTQ community slowly becomes the norm across the nation, a beautiful by-product has emerged: There are more places than ever for people of all sexual preferences to come together and party. Here in L.A., queer nightlife has long been a primary source for joyful revelry and creative expression, and promoters and owners alike keep evolving, growing and "(gay)me-changing" beyond social stereotypes, with new hot spots in new parts of town.

Henry Giardina | First, there was prop 64, the historic law that made the recreational purchase of marijuana legal on the streets of West Hollywood. Now, a new measure could make it possible for the city’s bars and restaurants to sell alcohol until 4 a.m., extending the city’s nightlife two hours past the traditional 2 a.m. sale limit.

Democratic San Francisco Senator Scott Weiner introduced the bill earlier this year as a modification to an older version from 2017.

It was all about the main event at Jeffrey Sanker‘s 29th Annual White Party Palm Springs on Saturday, April 28, at the Palm Springs Convention Center.

This year’s White Party theme was Ice Word–a frozen wasteland that inspired an array of creative costumes that were big and elaborate, or next to nothing. You had horsemen, White Walkers, mermen, gladiators, Elsa from the Disney movie Frozen and a lot of guys in skimpy white underwear, because it’s impossible to look cool and keep warm at the same time.

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