Panelists largely drawn from USC’s faculty will consider the role of queer culture, art and activism in the City of Angels. Moderated by English and gender studies professor Chris Freeman, the panelists plan to cover the years from 1950 to the present, a groundbreaking period for the LGBTQ community, by any measure.
Not everything began with Stonewall. Such is the pretext of Glenne McElhiiney’s On These Shoulders We Stand, a new and groundbreaking documentary about Los Angeles’s gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community from the 1950s through the early 1980s. On Thursday night, McElhiiney will screen her film on campus in Taper Hall Room 202 at 6 […]
As a part of “Five Days of Going Both Ways,” GLBT Student Assembly holds “Gay For Pay,” a panel discussion with gay porn stars.