In honor of Pride week, the Daily Californian A&E is bringing you the best of the queer arts community.
Meg Elison shares her experience of growing up with an openly gay friend in a deeply conservative town and asks the silent LGBTQIAA members to stand up in light of the recent Supreme Court decisions on same-sex marriage.
Pedro Almodovar’s latest movie “I’m So Excited” is not worth its title and is utterly forgettable.
Queer gamers seek to create safer gaming spaces in wake of cissexist comments.
In its ninth year, the festival includes a line-up of 57 short films examining queer life.
Lead from ‘Priscilla, Queen of the Desert’ reflects on how the show resonates with genderqueer community
Lead actor Wade McCollum discusses the different reactions to the show in small and large cities.
Bay Area designers combine fashion with political activism in advocating for LGBT rights.
Marc Acito’s heart-warming play follows same-sex penguins in love at Central Park Zoo.
Founded in 2002, the festival provides an innovative and groundbreaking medium for queer performers and dancers to express their art.