The Las Vegas Lounge
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900 East Karen Avenue C101, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
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Michelle Austin's 3rd Annual
AVN Trans Party
at the Las Vegas Lounge
LAS VEGAS, NV—Top trans adult star Michelle Austin will be throwing her third annual Trans Party on January 27 at the Las Vegas Lounge. Proceeds from the party will benefit The Center of Las Vegas. This is the second year that Austin has collaborated with The Center to help raise funds for their trans programs.
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The event starts at 11 p.m. and will continue until 2 a.m., with appearances expected by Tyra Scott, Dicky Johnson, Tyler St. Syn, Betty Black, Eddie Wood, Robbi Racks, Kristen Kraves and Micha Angela. There will be performances by some of the adult stars and the regular cast of Ladies of Secret at 1 a.m.
Lots of trans porn stars come out to celebrate with other porn fans right in the heart of Vegas, and this year will be no different. The party is sponsored by Kennston Entertainment and VTS Video Productions.
TS Tyra Scott TransSEXUAL Party Las Vegas Lounge
Michelle Austin's 1st
Trans AVN Party
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Bartender Lisa's FAREWELL
This was the Las Vegas Lounge bartender Lisa's FAREWELL show. Folks came out and showed their love and celebrated with her. 2016 at Las Vegas Lounge. The drag show starred Nalita Maama Jennifer Hallie Jennifer Wilson Anye Gotti Catherine E. Raya Robbi Racks Tina Moradi Angela StarrCarmen Lopez Toni James JP Nomi Malone Alyssa Rachel Tolentino Bianca Boaz Desarae PendavisKara Young-Ross Victoria Torres Tui Fuala'au and others
Las Vegas Lounge - LVL History
Transgender people have long been part of Las Vegas history. Nowhere in Las Vegas has the presence of transgender people been felt more than in entertainment. Many glamorous transgender entertainers first appeared on the Las Vegas Strip.
On New Year's Eve 1999 Gary Stringer, also known as Debbie, opened the formerly gay Las Vegas Lounge at 900 East Karen Avenue as a transgender nightclub. Today the LVL is hosted by new owners and the bar is now being managed by Jenn, a transgender individual that has a rich history with the LVL herself. Jenn brings the backing of many local transgender people and her own lifes experience starts a new and exciting future for the legendary Las Vegas Lounge.
Bartender Lisa St. Laurent - from an interview by Leslie Ventrua at Las Vegas Weekly
“My day is very simple,” says Lisa St. Laurent, a 45-year-old bartender at the Las Vegas Lounge and Miss Pride 2015. “I’ve been [at the Lounge] 16 years. It’s a bar that caters to trans [people], anyone who cross-dresses, whatever. We get gay guys and lesbians and couples, people that are curious or have a taste for it.”
St. Laurent says she realized she was trans as a teenager, but like some trans people, she originally thought she was gay. With a father in the Marines, St. Laurent “didn’t want to be a disappointment,” so she moved out at 14. “That night, I went out to go to the store and ran across this trans girl, and she introduced herself. Obviously I didn’t know. I thought this was a beautiful black girl in front of me. … She said, ‘Oh, I’m not a girl,’ and she explained the situation and that was it— the deal was sealed.”
More than 32 years after her transition, St. Laurent says there are still a lot of stereotypes regarding the trans community that need dismantling, even in places where inclusiveness seems vital to the mission statement. “There’s a certain type that America likes to put out there, and we’re not all like that," she says. "In 2005, I went to the local Center and I wanted to help my sisters and reach out to them. The Center basically looked at me and wouldn’t help me. They thought I was like everyone else and pretty much closed the door in my face. People, straight and gay, don’t understand the unknown, so you get a lot of discrimination or people who look down on you."
Now, St. Laurent is respected throughout the community, “but when I first came on the scene, I would get a lot of flack. I was a working girl at one point … but that part of my life I own. I’ve never done drugs. I don’t drink. I’ve been very fortunate in my life.”