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    We Can Do This

    We Can Do This

    The Dignity Fund legislation is on the move and needs your help. The Dignity Fund would establish a set-aside from 2% of property taxes to meet the needs of San…

    Coming Out

    Coming Out

    Coming out is a very personal process. Some, like my husband, did it during high school. Some wait until college or later, while others might choose to stay in the…

    Speaking to Your Soul

    Speaking to Your Soul

      By Elisa Quinzi This precursor to summer is meant to feel light and romantic. We can all use some youthful innocence and joy in our lives right now.  …

    LGBTQ Chronicled: 1933–2016

    LGBTQ Chronicled: 1933–2016

    An extensive new photo exhibit celebrating our community and with a focus on Gay Pride opens June 18 at the Harvey Milk Photo Center. The exhibit, which launches with a…

    Served Up Fresh: Fresh Meat Festival of Transgender & Queer Performance Celebrates 15th Anniversary

    Served Up Fresh:  Fresh Meat Festival of Transgender & Queer Performance Celebrates 15th Anniversary

    Bay Area audiences look forward to it all year long. We plan outfits around it, line up dates for it, and buy our tickets early (because it always sells out).…

    Looking Back on a History-Making School Year, and Looking Forward to the Fall Semester

    Looking Back on a History-Making School Year, and Looking Forward to the Fall Semester

    (Editor’s Note: Teacher Lyndsey Schlax of the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts recently taught the nation’s first on-site high school LGBT course, according to district officials. She…

    Leave Your Troubles Outside, Life Is Beautiful at the Cabaret

    Leave Your Troubles Outside, Life Is Beautiful at the Cabaret

    Direct from Broadway, the acclaimed masterpiece Cabaret returns to San Francisco for performances June 21–July 17 at SHN Golden Gate Theatre. It is part of the 50th Anniversary Season of…

    Changing the World Through the Power of Queer Cinema

    As a media arts non-profit, Frameline’s programs connect filmmakers and audiences in the Bay Area and around the world. The festival’s integrated programs provide critical funding for emerging LGBTQ filmmakers;…

    Frameline40 Local Filmmakers & Ties

    Frameline40 Local Filmmakers & Ties

    Bernal Heights Freedom to Marry Producer Jenni Olson lives in the Bernal Heights, Glen Park area. The Presidio also gets a mention, as funding for the film came from the…

    Hits and Misses at Frameline40

    Hits and Misses at Frameline40

    It’s that special time of year, The Frameline Film Festival! Featuring hundreds of LGBTQ features, documentaries and shorts, this year’s festival–the 40th!–offers a terrific program of independent and international voices…