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    Fresh Meat Festival Offers the Artistic Antidote to Trump

    Fresh Meat Festival Offers the Artistic Antidote to Trump

    Jaw-dropping vogue dance, transgender opera, boundary-breaking hip-hop, world champion gay ballroom, queer bomba music and award-winning bachata dance hit the stage at the Fresh Meat Festival of transgender and queer…

    Sister Dana sez, “June 18 is Father’s Day.”

    Sister Dana sez, “June 18 is Father’s Day.”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity Sister Dana sez, “June 18 is Father’s Day, so may I be the first to wish all you daddies a happy day; and that includes leather daddies!…

    Speaking to Your Soul

    Speaking to Your Soul

    By Elisa Quinzi Now is the time for disciplined optimism. We can receive divine guidance via our hearts, and would do well to look for synchronicity and allow it to…

    Opening Night Film: The Untold Tale of Armistead Maupin

    Opening Night Film: The Untold Tale of Armistead Maupin

    Title Welcome to Genre Queer Frameline41, the San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival By Frances Wallace On behalf of Frameline, we warmly welcome San Francisco Bay Times readers to Frameline41,…

    Coming-of-Age Films at Frameline41

    Coming-of-Age Films at Frameline41

    By Gary M. Kramer This year’s Frameline Film Festival opens June 15, with a screening of The Untold Tales of Armistead Maupin, a documentary on the local author, and concludes…

    Exercising Consistently and Without Struggle

    Exercising Consistently and Without Struggle

    By Cinder Ernst Can you imagine exercising consistently and without struggle? In the last few columns we’ve been looking at you being your own personal trainer. (That is the crux…

    What Makes It Hard to Forgive?

    What Makes It Hard to Forgive?

    By Tom Moon, MFT A few years ago, while speaking at a workshop on the subject of forgiveness, I asked how many people in the auditorium had never experienced deep…

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