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HIV / AIDS News

HIV/AIDS News The major reservoir for HIV infection was identified this week, representing a major breakthrough in HIV/AIDS research, according to a study published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine.…

The LGBT Aging Policy Task Force

By Dr. Marcy Adelman  Guest Contributor On May 24, 2012 the San Francisco Board of Supervisors passed legislation establishing the city’s first LGBT Aging Policy Task Force. Subsequently, fifteen diverse…

“Red Lodge”: A Romantic Gay Dramady for Holiday Season Viewing

“Red Lodge”: A Romantic Gay Dramady for Holiday Season Viewing

By Gary M. Kramer Available now on the website www.circa87.com and on Amazon, writer/director Dan Steadman’s film Red Lodge is a funny, sweet and touching romantic comedy drama. Jordan (Joseph…

Profiles in Courage and Compassion: Sister Roma

Column Don’t Call It Frisco By Stu Smith When asked who embodies the true spirit of San Francisco, I point to Donna Sachet (profiled in the last issue of the…

The Trevor Project Gives the Greatest Gift of All

By Danny Cowan, Guest Editorial Whether you are preparing for a holiday celebration this season with your chosen family, your biological one, alone or with friends, I encourage you to…

To Be YGBC&S

Speak Up! Speak Out! Laugh Often! By Karen Williams To be Youthful, Gay, Black, Clean and Sober…
  
Not exactly lyrics to a song, but certainly words to a saga. I…

In Defense of a Tired Old Custom

By Tom Moon, MFT One of the reasons why so many people don’t get what they want out of life is because they’re not specific and clear with themselves about…

Local News

Castro Street Sidewalks to be Widened Funding has been secured and planning is starting for the long-discussed widening of pedestrian sidewalks in the 400 and 500 blocks of Castro Street (between…

National News Map

Compiled by Dennis McMillan Hollywood, CA - Matt Damon Did Not Deny Gay Rumors Regarding Ben Affleck – 12.14   Matt Damon and Ben Affleck’s meteoric rise to fame with…

Ten Things I Learned in 2012

By Zoe Dunning In the spirit of year-end reflections, here are ten things I learned in 2012: 1. Every vote counts. I was elected to the San Francisco Democratic Central…