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    LGBT in Oakland: How Far We’ve Come, and Our Next Steps

    LGBT in Oakland: How Far We’ve Come, and Our Next Steps

    (Editor’s Note: A while back, we mentioned the future launch of a new San Francisco Bay Times column authored by Oakland Vice Mayor Rebecca Kaplan. We are now delighted to…

    Childbirth Without the Doctor?

    Childbirth Without the Doctor?

    Recently, a couple of web sites, Opendoor.com and openlistings.com, have gotten a lot of press. The premise of these sites is to take the agents out of the real estate…

    How to Win as a San Francisco Home Buyer in Today’s Market

    How to Win as a San Francisco Home Buyer in Today’s Market

    It’s no secret that the San Francisco housing market is hot, hot, hot. Limited inventory and lots of competition leave buyers questioning, “What does it take for my offer to…

    Bayard Rustin: Undaunted Crusader for Civil Rights

    Bayard Rustin: Undaunted Crusader for Civil Rights

    Bayard Rustin believed devoutly in the American ideal, the “self-evident” truths that all of us “are created equal” and endowed “with certain unalienable Rights,” including “Life, Liberty, and the pursuit…

    From a Couple to a Thrupple

    From a Couple to a Thrupple

    Q: My husband and I have been together for eleven years. We were monogamous for three years, and then we transitioned to an open relationship, which has worked well for…

    To Love Is Not to Possess

    To Love Is Not to Possess

    The Sound of Music movie was near and dear to my heart, even before I spent a college semester abroad in Salzburg, Austria. The school I attended was located in…

    Why Whitman and SFGMC?

    Why Whitman and SFGMC?

    This spring, the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus presents “Passion” on April 1 & 2 at Davies Symphony Hall. “Passion” features three stunning premieres that span three centuries, from Walt…

    Superb Futuro Beach Captures the Eroticism and Emotions of Its Characters

    Superb Futuro Beach Captures the Eroticism and Emotions of Its Characters

    Karim Aïnouz’s superb new film, Futuro Beach, opening March 13, is a stunning drama about a hunky Brazilian lifeguard, Donato (Wagner Moura), who bonds—both emotionally and in the naked, physical…

    Ice Hockey Gets Hot

    Ice Hockey Gets Hot

    In downtown San Francisco, there are warriors in our community who play tough hockey once a week. Behind and on top of Moscone Center, there is an ice rink (across…

    Accept the Transient Nature of Everything

    Accept the Transient Nature of Everything

    Have you ever noticed that the things we long for make us a bit sad or melancholy when we actual have them? Jason Silva passionately expresses this in his video…

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