Thousands Gather For 'All Black Lives Matter' Pride MarchThousands of people marched throughout the Los Angeles area on Saturday to highlight demands for justice for all black lives, particularly black LGBTQ+ people.
'All Black Lives Matter' Painted On Hollywood Street In Honor Of Pride Month, Push For Racial Equality2020 Pride celebrations mark the 50th anniversary of annual LGBTQ+ Pride traditions as protests are erupting across the country in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Peaceful Protest Led By 'LGBTQ+ For #BlackLivesMatter' Underway In West HollywoodA protest led by group "LGBTQ+ For #BlackLivesMatter" was underway in West Hollywood Wednesday at the intersection on Santa Monica and La Cienega Boulevard.
LA Pride Festival Cancels In-Person Celebration, Will Go DigitalOn its 50th anniversary, the iconic Los Angeles Pride Festival and Parade, which normally draw hundreds of thousands of people to West Hollywood in June, will be going digital because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Hallmark Apologizes For Removing Ads Featuring Same-Sex Couple After BacklashA commercial meant to show a celebration of love became the center of controversy after Hallmark blocked it from airing on its channel.
Chick-fil-A To Stop Donating To Charities Associated With Anti-LGBTQ BeliefsAccording to the company, beginning next year, they will only donate to charities that focus on education, homelessness, and hunger. 
Stars Shine On Rainbow Carpet To Celebrate LGBT Center's 50th BirthdayCBS2/KCAL9's Jeff Nguyen was on the rainbow carpet rubbing elbows with the likes of Jane, Lily, Jennifer, Kathy and well-known "Survivor" contestant Zeke Smith, who is transgender.
3 Transgender Women Thrown Out Of Downtown LA Bar Speak OutThree transgender women and a gay man who claim they were verbally and physically assaulted before being forcibly removed from a downtown Los Angeles bar last month held a news conference Monday to discuss their ordeal.
As Nation Remembers 50th Anniversary Of Stonewall, LA Dedicates Rainbow CrosswalkSuch a crosswalk would have been unthinkable 50 years ago. So much has changed -- and so much has not.
Democratic Presidential Hopefuls Come To LA To Court The LGBTQ VoteTwo Senators and democratic presidential hopefuls (namely Kamala Harris and Cory Booker) made the scene
Major Spike In Number Of LGBTQ Characters On Broadcast TV, Report FindsMore than 8 percent of all series regulars on scripted broadcast shows in 2018 identify as LGBTQ.