Recent Comments

    Home » 2017 » May (Page 2)

    Queer Films at the 2017 San Francisco Documentary Film Festival

    Queer Films at the 2017 San Francisco Documentary Film Festival

    By Gary M. Kramer– The San Francisco Documentary Film Festival, May 31–June 15, features several films with LGBT content. Here is a rundown of four interesting films screening at the…

    Sister Dana Sez, “At Least We Can Still Celebrate Harvey Milk.”

    Sister Dana Sez, “At Least We Can Still Celebrate Harvey Milk.”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity Sister Dana sez, “Maybe the Federal Government is a whole lotta bad news lately, but at least we can still celebrate HARVEY MILK DAY (May 22) as a huge…

    How to Get the Best Cake for Your Special Day

    How to Get the Best Cake for Your Special Day

    By Ayme Dickson Wedding cakes are a key component to any wedding. Allow time to meet with prospective bakers so that you can find someone with a design aesthetic similar…

    Curated: Thalia, Muse of Comedy

    Curated: Thalia, Muse of Comedy

    In the Legion of Honor Permanent Collection Although acquired as a portrait of the duchesse de Châteauroux, a mistress of Louis XV (1710–1774), Jean-Marc Nattier (1685–1766) has, in fact, personified…

    Student Voice: 10th Graders Contemplate Works by Artists Robert Mapplethorpe and Alice Neel

    By Jenn Bowman (Editor’s Note: Teacher Jenn Bowman of San Francisco’s Mission High School is teaching LGBTQ Studies. In this column, Bowman’s students share their thoughts about LGBTQ-related matters, including…

    How to Be Your Own Personal Trainer, Part 2

    How to Be Your Own Personal Trainer, Part 2

    By Cinder Ernst Easy Fitness strategies and systems make exercise easy to do. If exercising were easy for you to do, then you wouldn’t need a personal trainer, right? In…

    NCLR-40 Years of Advancing LGBTQ Equality

    NCLR-40 Years of Advancing LGBTQ Equality

    More than Resistance: Persistence and LGBTQ Movement-Building By Kate Kendell, Esq. During a BBC interview (http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04yvljf) earlier this year, I stated that San Francisco is leading the resistance. And we…

    Some Grief Lasts a Lifetime

    Some Grief Lasts a Lifetime

    By Tom Moon, MFT Q: I was with Tim, the love of my life, for fifteen years. He died fifteen years ago this month. My years with him were the…

    Forty Years Later, NCLR’s Work Still Honors Its Family Law Beginnings

    Forty Years Later, NCLR’s Work Still Honors Its Family Law Beginnings

    By Catherine Sakimura The National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) was founded in 1977 to help mothers who were losing their children when they came out as lesbian or bisexual.…

    BOYS BITE BACK: Sean Dorsey Dance

    BOYS BITE BACK: Sean Dorsey Dance

    As the shadow of the Trump Administration’s rule falls over LGBTQ communities across the U.S., award-winning LGBT dance company Sean Dorsey Dance bites back with new full-throttle dance, luscious queer…

    Page 2 of 512345