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    Reimagining Life

    Reimagining Life

    As a young man full of life and energy in 1982, I was forced to give up my dreams and ambitions because of a new disease that swept the country.…

    Olivia: So Much More than a Travel Company Twenty-five years ago, Olivia Travel offered its first all-women cruise. To say that the venture was a success would be an understatement.…

    The Year of Equality

    The Year of Equality

    By Stuart Gaffney, Marriage Equality USA After the San Francisco City Hall weddings of 2004, a group of newlyweds, community organizers, and dedicated activists came together to plan an historic…

    Ann Rostow: I Get a Kick Out of You

    Ann Rostow:                                                                                                                                                               I Get a Kick Out of You

    By Ann Rostow I Get a Kick Out of You I was just reading about the fact that Psychology Today continues to run classified ads for conversion therapists, when I clicked onto…

    Dennis McMillan: In the News

    Dennis McMillan: In the News

    By Dennis McMillan Senator Leno Introduces New Effort to Close Ellis Act Loophole Senator Mark Leno has introduced new legislation that would help mitigate the negative impacts of Ellis Act…

    AsiaSF Offers Gender Transcendence

    AsiaSF Offers Gender Transcendence

    By Lord Martine Blazing into its 17th triumphant year, AsiaSF, in a city of icons, has achieved iconic status as the must-visit entertainment landmark that continues to pioneer the modern…

    Empress of the Greatest, Gayest City on Earth

    Empress of the Greatest, Gayest City on Earth

    By Khmera Rouge “Where else, but here in San Francisco?” This is a simple question that I have asked myself many times over since moving to the Bay Area. It…

    Role Model Alma Soongi Beck, Esq., Mixes Legal Savvy with Community Service

    Role Model Alma Soongi Beck, Esq.,  Mixes Legal Savvy with Community Service

    Even the most confident and strong among us can feel defeated by legal troubles, but that’s where Alma Soongi Beck, Esq., comes in like a superhero, resolving complex issues concerning…

    Lenore Chinn Challenges Social Conventions Through Her Award-winning Art and Poetry

    Lenore Chinn Challenges Social Conventions Through Her Award-winning Art and Poetry

    Realist painter Lenore Chinn’s bold and distinctive works command attention. We’ve found ourselves captivated for lengthy periods, absorbing every emotion, brushstroke and minute detail. As great fans of her paintings,…

    Fighting Discrimination in Education

    Fighting Discrimination in Education

    (Editor’s Note: This article marks the debut of new San Francisco Bay Times columnist Assemblymember Phil Ting, who has been a longtime ally of our community. As you can see…

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