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    Randy Shilts: The Murrow of Castro Street

    Randy Shilts: The Murrow of Castro Street

    Before AIDS had its name, before it had the attention of the media, the government, or even the gay community, Randy Shilts was bringing information about it to the notice…

    Sean Dorsey Dance: Making Waves and Dancing Bold

    Sean Dorsey Dance:  Making Waves and Dancing Bold

    Bay Area dance fans have the rare opportunity to see award-winning LGBT dance company Sean Dorsey Dance perform twice in San Francisco this month. Sean Dorsey Dance, directed by transgender…

    Discovering Ultimate Freedom

    Discovering Ultimate Freedom

    It may seem paradoxical that freedom is obtained by way of commitment. Aligning ourselves with a deliberate choice may surface fears about settling, missing out on the next best thing,…

    Fantastic Comedy-Drama The New Girlfriend Will Leave You Feeling Enchanted

    Fantastic Comedy-Drama The New Girlfriend  Will Leave You Feeling Enchanted

    Nothing is what it seems in cheeky gay French filmmaker François Ozon’s fantastic new comedy-drama, The New Girlfriend. Based on a Ruth Rendell novel, the film opens with lipstick, eyeliner,…

    Sister Dana sez, “It’s Leather Week in EssEff! Celebrate!”

    Sister Dana sez, “It’s Leather Week in EssEff! Celebrate!”

    Sister Dana sez, “It’s Leather Week in EssEff! Celebrate!” By Sister Dana Van Iquity THE SPIRITUAL PURPOSE OF AGING is the title of the experiential workshop created under the auspices…

    Surviving AIDS – Looking Beyond the Meds

    Surviving AIDS – Looking Beyond the Meds

    On September 18, the eighth annual National HIV & Aging Awareness Day will highlight the massive change in the epidemic: half of all people with HIV in the U.S. will…

    Caitlyn Jenner to Speak at SF Opera House in February There is living large, and then there is Caitlyn Jenner. The well-known transgender woman clearly lives life to its fullest,…

    Ann Rostow: Gay Like Me

    Ann Rostow: Gay Like Me

    By Ann Rostow Gay Like Me When you’re part of a small minority, as we are, it feels as if every celebrity member of the group becomes a reflection on…

    In the News

    By Dennis McMillan SF Day of Action for Black Trans Liberation Draws Hundreds The statue of Simon Bolivar in United Nations Plaza was the site of a rally called by…

    Democratic Party Blues and City College Turns a Corner

    Democratic Party Blues and  City College Turns a Corner

    On August 12, the members of San Francisco’s Democratic County Central Committee met to vote on the Party’s endorsements for this November’s ballot. It was a grim night for the…

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