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A post shared by ONE Archives (@onearchives) on Los Angeles has been very gay for a very long time.(There’s a great book about it, if you’re interested!During World War II, women came to work in factories while the men were away, lured by the chance to wear pants and get paychecks.
One of them, The Black Cat, was host to what LA Magazine calls “the first time in American history that the gay community laid claim to the right to equal treatment under the law” when an uprising occurred in response to a brutal police raid, two years before Stonewall.
Welcome to the first of hopefully many in our Queer Girl City Guides 2.0 Relaunch, which’ll kick off this summer.
Whereas the old guides were a hybrid of info on “fun things to do in this city” (e.g., restaurants, parties) and “resources for residents” (e.g., medical clinics to visit, religious institutions to join, sports leagues to sign up for) the new will be more of the former and less of the latter, with special attention paid to businesses owned by women, LGBTQ people and people of color.
Due to this massive chunk of land we’re looking at, we’ve intentionally limited the scope of this guide to specific geographical areas — mostly we’re looking at what this map would call Central L. (This terminology is a key example of “name gentrification“.) It’s actually Central Los Angeles, and there is another neighborhood called East L. This area is now known for its artsy queer scene, and has outpaced the West Hollywood of is set in Silver Lake, known as the city’s “most hipster neighborhood,” and all these neighborhoods have become the preferred settings for quirky indie comedies and prestige dramas in the last ten years.
All have a higher Asian population than elsewhere in the city.