Myriam Gurba | KCET
Myriam Gurba lives and works in Long Beach, California. She wrote the short story collection "Painting their Portraits in Winter." Her forthcoming memoir "MEAN" will be released by Coffee House Press in November.
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L.A. is the golden home of America’s queer rights movement, the site of several uprisings and protests that predate New York's historic Stonewall riots.
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L.A.'s Ovarian Psycos change the way women ride bikes.
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L.A.'s legendary queer night club brought together weirdos, artists, and tastemakers, changing both underground and mainstream culture forever.
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The mixed media paintings of Njideka Akunyili Crosby portray domestic scenes with references to the composition of Dutch Golden Age artworks.
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Created by Toronto-based artists Allyson Mitchell and Deirdre Logue, and sponsored by the ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives, "Killjoy's Kastle" is a lesbian feminist haunted house where herstory and Halloween collide.
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During Gay Days, Disneyland becomes even more magical than usual. For LGBTQ visitors, it is an opportunity to fuse nostalgia with desire to rewrite the past and present. It also allows Disney to do what it perhaps does best, capitalize upon yearning.