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I am a gay lawyer based in California.  I started this blog in 2016 as a passion project to discuss LGBTQ+ laws, news, rants, inspo, and basically anything I feel is ignored or poorly covered by gay media – no small task.

Initially, my goal was to get deep in the weeds on legal issues.  Over time, I discovered that I enjoyed talking about all areas of the modern gay experience.  While my core will always be covering legal issues, both me and my followers (I have learned) like to hear about a lot more!

I graduated with my JD/MBA in 2015 and am admitted to the California State Bar.  I do not currently practice (and don’t really want to)!  My day job is in legal marketing.  I work at a large law firm doing market analytics and business development work which I really enjoy.  That said, I am often asked for attorney referrals.  If you contact me, I would be happy to try to find LGBT-friendly attorneys in your local area.  I am also happy to help anyone with legal questions in a general sense.

My blog and pages are a success because of authentic content and engaged followers.  I always strive to show multiple perspectives and talk about the issues you care about.  I love receiving messages, comments, feedback, and ideas for what to talk about next.  You can interact with me in many ways: comment on blog posts, Instagram posts, or YouTube videos.  You can also shoot me an email or Instagram message to get the conversation started.  Finally, if you are a person or brand that has interest in collaborating – let’s talk!

@Lex, Esq. – theproblemgays@gmail.com


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