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    Donna’s Chronicles

    Donna’s Chronicles

    By Donna Sachet– The Kinsey Sicks blew into town and we couldn’t miss one of their hilarious shows. Terrence Taylor joined us at the Marines’ Memorial Theatre for Things You…

    Still We Rise

    Still We Rise

    By Tom Moon, MFT– In the days following the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings, I talked with women and gay men who had been re-traumatized by the whole spectacle. I heard stories…

    In Memoriam

    Edward “Eddie” Munoz A former staff member at Glide Memorial Church and the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus, Munoz volunteered for many benefits supporting the LGBTQ community. He bravely fought…

    From ComicFest to Vampire-slaying Buffy: Halloween in San Francisco

    From ComicFest to Vampire-slaying Buffy: Halloween in San Francisco

    Halloween has ancient pagan roots, which are still at the heart of Samhain for Wiccans, but in the words of lesbian poet Judy Grahn, it is also “the Great Gay…

    The Bully’s Pulpit

    The Bully’s Pulpit

    By David Perry– The bully pulpit has never been bullier: nor the Senate, the House and now the Supreme Court. That’s a lot of bull, ah bullying. There are bullies…

    Sister Dana sez, “After only nine people were interviewed (and excluding Kavanaugh and Dr. Ford), the FBI gave a secret report that was a total sham and a farce. Now I know what F.B.I. stands for: Fake Background Investigation.”

    Sister Dana sez, “After only nine people were interviewed (and excluding Kavanaugh and Dr. Ford), the FBI gave a secret report that was a total sham and a farce. Now I know what F.B.I. stands for: Fake Background Investigation.”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity– Sister Dana sez, “After only nine people were interviewed (and excluding Kavanaugh and Dr. Ford), the FBI gave a secret report that was a total sham and…

    A Darkly Funny Queer True Crime Story: Can You Ever Forgive Me?

    A Darkly Funny Queer True Crime Story: Can You Ever Forgive Me?

    By Gary M. Kramer– Can You Ever Forgive Me?, opening October 26 in the Bay Area, is director Marielle Heller’s fabulous dark comedy-drama—based on a true story—about Lee Israel (Melissa…

    Jessica Kingsley Publishers Launch Gender Diversity List

    Jessica Kingsley Publishers Launch Gender Diversity List

    By Michele Karlsberg– David Corey, manager of the U.S. sales and marketing office for Jessica Kingsley Publishers (JKP) is featured in this issue of the San Francisco Bay Times. It…

    The Key to Empowering Ourselves

    The Key to Empowering Ourselves

    By Scott Tsui– If your journey to love has been discouraging or despairing, this article could help you to find hope and to feel motivated about achieving relationship success. In…

    Supporting ‘One Fair Wage’ with Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda in San Francisco

    Supporting ‘One Fair Wage’ with Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda in San Francisco

    By Louise “Lou” Fischer– Last month, multi award-winning actresses and icons, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, visited Piccino Cafe in San Francisco to have “Coffee and Conversation” with supporters of…

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