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    How to Make People Feel Guilty

    How to Make People Feel Guilty

    Guilt-tripping is an ancient, and often highly profitable, art. In every culture, there are people and institutions that actively work to instill guilt, because people who feel guilty are easier…

    Sister Dana sez, “Why even bother having a Grand Jury? Grand JOKE is more like it. But I ain’t laughing.

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity Sister Dana sez, “Why even bother having a Grand Jury? Grand JOKE is more like it. But I ain’t laughing. Fire the prejudiced prosecutors if…

    We Are Being Summoned to Ask Deeper Questions Now

    We Are Being Summoned to Ask Deeper Questions Now

    By Gypsy Love What do you live for, lover? As our calendar year draws to a close, the cosmos requests that we reevaluate the reliability of current convictions. Celestially, we’re summoned…

    New Year’s Eve Party Planning Tips By Courtney Lake

    New Year’s Eve Party Planning Tips By Courtney Lake

    Ringing in the New Year among friends and family is one of the things I cherish most about the holiday season. Thanksgiving may mark the start of the holiday festivities,…

    Queer Films of 2014

    Queer Films of 2014

    The year in queer film 2014 got off to a great start in January with the release of arguably the best queer film of the year, Alain Guiraudie’s explicit, erotic,…

    Coming to a Holiday Event Near You: Musician Stephanie Teel

    Coming to a Holiday Event Near You:  Musician Stephanie Teel

    Recently I caught up with San Francisco native Stephanie Teel, an icon in the Bay Area music scene and beyond. Kit Kennedy: Your dad Mark Teel was a renowned sax…

    Name Game

    Name Game

    Michele Karlsberg: How important are names to you in your books? Do you choose the names based on liking the way they sound, or based on their meaning? Do you…

    A Still-Relevant Question Our cover features a quote widely attributed to acclaimed African American writer Ernest Gaines: “Why is it that, as a culture, we are more comfortable seeing two…

    Ann Rostow: Tis The Season

    Ann Rostow: Tis The Season

    By Ann Rostrow Tis The Season Uh oh. It’s that time again. The holiday vortex when our GLBT news bin mysteriously empties while our obligation to GLBT readers remains binding.…

    Dance-Along Nutcracker ‘Goes Don Ho-Ho-Ho’ This Year with Hawaiian Theme

    Dance-Along Nutcracker ‘Goes Don Ho-Ho-Ho’ This Year with Hawaiian Theme

    By Heidi Beeler Next weekend, the San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band whisks Sugar Plum wannabes away for a tropical island vacation for its 2014 Dance-Along Nutcracker®: Frosty’s Hawaiian Holiday. The…

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