Gay in LA discusses Asexuality

Gay in LA spoke with several members of ACE Los Angeles, a meetup and support group for Asexuals in Los Angeles to learn more about asexuality and the many forms it can take.

Gay in LA interviews Better Brothers Los Angeles founders Vincent Holmes and Scott Hamilton

February is Black History Month, so who better to interview than Vincent Holmes and Scott Hamilton, founders of Better Brothers Los Angeles. Better Brothers supports the Black LGBTQ community and is responsible for the annual Truth Awards which recognizes people of color and awards scholarships.

Gay in LA talks to Brett Henrichsen from Masterbeat

Masterbeat's New Year's Eve party is LA's "go to" New Year's event. This year it will be held online. We spoke with Brett Henrichsen, Mr. Masterbeat himself about what to expect and how he's dealt with the challenges of being an event producer in times of Covid.

Project Angel Food

Gay in LA talks to Richard Ayoub, Executive Director of Project Angel Food about their Covid challenges, how they've adapted and how you can help.

Micky's and Covid

Gay in LA interviews Jason Beers and Mike Vega, Micky's bartenders, to talk about the impact of Covid and what the future is looking like.

Oliver Alpuche, Owner of Redline, Founder of DTLA Proud

Gay in LA interviewed Oliver Alpuche and got his perspective on the coronavirus pandemic as it impacts bars and events. He also talked about DTLA Proud's documentary film, Proud in the Pandemic.

GayInLA com interviews Robert Ozn, Chair of the Los Angeles Bi Task Force

Bisexuals are fighting for a seat at the West Hollywood table along with Gays, Lesbians and transexuals. Robert Ozn, Chair of the Los Angeles Bi Task force says bisexuals are not recognized as distinct in the LGBTQ community, causing problems for those facing or discovering their bisexuality.

Downtown LA Proud Sunday, August 7th

03.29.2020 interviewed DTLA Proud Festival President Oliver Alpuche about what to expect at LA's first downtown gay-oriented festival.

GayInLA com Interviews NOH8 Co founder Adam Kouska

The NOH8 Campaign is a photographic silent protest created by celebrity photographer Adam Bouska and partner Jeff Parshley in direct response to the passage of Proposition 8. Photos feature subjects with duct tape over their mouths, symbolizing their voices being silenced by Prop 8 and similar legislation around the world, with "NOH8" painted on one cheek in protest.

Catholic Ministry with Gay and Lesbian

03.29.2020 interviewed David Kennedy from the Catholic Ministries with Lesbian & Gay Persons to talk about the organization and the Catholic church's views on gays.

Gay Varsity League

Interview with owner of Varsity Gay League on Santa Monica Beach.

DTLA Proud 2016

Coverage of DTLA Proud in Los Angeles Pershing Square 2016.


Interview with Bert Champagne from AIDS Walk at LA Pride 2016