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Transgender Support Group
Sep
6
to Dec 26

Transgender Support Group

Every Wednesday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

This is a group for transgender people at all stages and gender variance, and for anyone who is questioning their gender identity and need someone to talk to. Friends and family members of transgender people are welcome. This is a place to discuss issues in a safe, welcoming atmosphere of inclusion.

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Bi & Beyond: Discussion Group
Sep
14
to Dec 27

Bi & Beyond: Discussion Group

Every 2nd and 4th Thursday from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Join us for a friendly social and support group for Bisexual and Pansexual people in the South Bay and South LA area. A social conversation group where people who identify as bisexual, fluid, pansexual, bi-curious, queer or questioning, along with partners and allies, can discuss topics on different degrees of attraction and other matters and meet people in a safe, nonjudgmental space.

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The Village Readers: The Center's Official LGBTQ Book Club
Feb
4
to Feb 3

The Village Readers: The Center's Official LGBTQ Book Club

  • The Village at Ed Gould Plaza (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

REPEATS MONTHLY ON THE 1ST WEDNESDAY

"Curling up with a good book is a fantastic and rewarding way to pass a few hours and stimulate your creative mind. But the best way to enjoy a great read and get even more out of the experience is by connecting with other bibliophiles, and enjoying a fun and thought-provoking discussion of the book you've just read. If your taste runs towards LGBTQ-themed literature, you'll find like-minded book lovers here."

This is a peer-led drop-in admission group. No membership or admission approval required. Everyone is welcome to attend and there is no need to RSVP.

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The Secret History of Wonder Woman
Nov
12
7:00 PM19:00

The Secret History of Wonder Woman

  • Mark Taper Auditorium Central Library (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

In her years of research, Lepore—Harvard historian and New Yorker staff writer—has uncovered an astonishing trove of documents, including the never-before-seen private papers of Wonder Woman’s creator, William Moulton Marston. Marston, who also invented the lie detector—lived a life of secrets, only to spill them onto the pages of Wonder Woman comics. Lepore discusses this riveting story about the most popular female superhero of all time, illustrating a crucial history of twentieth century feminism. The event is free, but there is limited seating and you must RSVP through the ALOUD event website athttp://www.lfla.org/event-detail/1054/The-Secret-History-of-Wonder-Woman 

 

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Pasadena Lesbian Book Club: The Children's Hour by Lillian Hellman
Oct
10
7:00 PM19:00

Pasadena Lesbian Book Club: The Children's Hour by Lillian Hellman

REPEATS EVERY MONTH - Join Group for upcoming events and locations

Join us!

If you are tired of telling yourself, "I have a hard time sitting down and reading the latest books on the bestseller list or books people have recommended to me or that I've found of interest, bought and are still sitting on my shelf", join our group. Not only will you read a plethora of books that you might never have read, you'll also get a chance to discuss them with other lesbians! This group is for women who love women. The goal of this group is to discuss books of all genres (with an emphasis on women's or lesbian themes) and to meet other lesbians in a fun, safe, and social environment.

The Pasadena Lesbian Bookclub started in 2006. We meet each month at someone's home and typically have 15 to 25 people in attendance. For more information, please visit:http://www.meetup.com/queerbooks-67/

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Blu: Black Lesbians United - The 6th Annual Retreat
Oct
3
to Oct 5

Blu: Black Lesbians United - The 6th Annual Retreat

  • Blu: The 6th Annual Retreat (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Annual Retreat - October 3-5, 2014 - ALL DAY

To register for the BLU Retreat, please navigate to our registration website at http://blu2014.eventbee.com

If you are unable to register online, or if you want to pay with a check, please contact us at blu@blublacklesbiansunited.org or by phone at 323-739-4258 for additional instructions.

The early registration rates are as follows:

Cabins, Camping, or RV: $225

Shared Suites$325 SOLD OUT

Private Suites $425.

What is the BLU Retreat? The BLU retreat is an opportunity for women of African Descent to celebrate, build community, and share good times with women who love women. In the last four years, over 500 women descended upon our 120 acre private wooded retreat in the hills of Malibu to make magic…

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Pasadena Lesbian Book Club: Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole
Sep
12
7:00 PM19:00

Pasadena Lesbian Book Club: Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole

REPEATS EVERY MONTH - Join Group for upcoming events and locations

Join us!

If you are tired of telling yourself, "I have a hard time sitting down and reading the latest books on the bestseller list or books people have recommended to me or that I've found of interest, bought and are still sitting on my shelf", join our group. Not only will you read a plethora of books that you might never have read, you'll also get a chance to discuss them with other lesbians! This group is for women who love women. The goal of this group is to discuss books of all genres (with an emphasis on women's or lesbian themes) and to meet other lesbians in a fun, safe, and social environment.

The Pasadena Lesbian Bookclub started in 2006. We meet each month at someone's home and typically have 15 to 25 people in attendance. For more information, please visit:http://www.meetup.com/queerbooks-67/

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Spotlight on Diversity: A Conversation & Celebration of LGBT Media Representation
Aug
17
5:00 PM17:00

Spotlight on Diversity: A Conversation & Celebration of LGBT Media Representation

Celebrate LGBTs in Media!

"Join us to commemorate BAYCAT's 10 Years Bold Anniversary, launch The Box Scene Project's Mirror Scholarship & Fellowship, and celebrate the impact and importance of LGBT media representation! This star-studded event will feature an hour-long panel & Q&A with some of the most talented LGBT actors, creators, and activists. Also, kick-ass mom and LGBT activist, Amelia, from Huffpost Gay Voices is this year's recipient of The Box Scene Project's Citizen Spotlight Award! The panel & award ceremony will be followed by musical performances from talented LGBT artists. Get your tickets now, because this is a celebration you won't want to miss (and the money goes to a great cause)!"

Buy Tickets at: http://spotlightondiversity.theboxsceneproject.org

 

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