The City of Long Beach has been named one of the best cities in the nation for the LGBTQ community to live and work in the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index, city officials announced earlier this month.
Anyone in downtown Long Beach this weekend no doubt saw the sea of purple descending on the city streets, eventually revealing themselves to be gamers of all walks of life in town for one thing: TwitchCon.
Fourth District Councilmember Daryl Supernaw’s office responded to the Post on Friday with a statement, which was also included in the councilmember’s weekly newsletter released the same day.
Transgender workers throughout the state facing employment barriers will soon be receiving help following Gov. Jerry Brown’s signing of the Transgender Work Opportunity Act last Friday.
Among this week’s viral Long Beach controversies, Satanism has apparently infiltrated the sacred institution that is our Long Beach Public Library (LBPL) system.
Kicking off this Thursday is the city’s longest-running film festival, set to bring more than 1,500 people through the doors of the historic Art Theatre to view films embodying the experiences of LGBTQ communities.
On Friday The LGBTQ Center of Long Beach expressed disappointment that a new Chick-fil-A would be opening near the Traffic Circle.
In a pre-dawn announcement today, President Donald Trump said via Twitter that the United States military would no longer accept or allow transgender people to serve in any capacity.