Christian Port

board director of the San Gabriel Valley LGBTQ Center

Christian Port on KCRW

At two Pride events in LA, KCRW asked queer-identifying people what’s on their minds as several states have been trying to enact anti-trans and anti-drag legislation.

‘It should never be political to love someone’: LGBTQ+ community in LA

At two Pride events in LA, KCRW asked queer-identifying people what’s on their minds as several states have been trying to enact anti-trans and anti-drag legislation.

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