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    Discover the Capacity to Love

    Discover the Capacity to Love

    By Scott Tsui– While vacationing in Mexico, I met a married gay couple from Texas, Jack and Richard. They’d been together for 32 years. Their relationship began when they started…

    The Cure for Your Holiday Spending Hangover

    The Cure for Your Holiday Spending Hangover

    By Brandon Miller, CFP– It’s okay. Most of us overindulged during the holidays. We ate too much. Spent too much. Did whatever too much. But that’s what January is for.…

    Two Coupes Offering Unique Experiences

    Two Coupes Offering Unique Experiences

    By Philip Ruth– Expensive cars must be luxurious. That’s a long-standing American value: Buicks, Cadillacs, Lincolns and Chryslers kept the assembly lines running with velour, vinyl and fake wood. A…

    Finite Disappointment, Infinite Hope

    Finite Disappointment, Infinite Hope

    By Tom Moon, MFT– Last time I described a process for letting go of unproductive thoughts and habits in 2019. This time I want to discuss why it is also…

    Hip Pain: From Denial to Diagnosis

    Hip Pain: From Denial to Diagnosis

    By Cinder Ernst– I am sharing part of the journey that led to my hip replacement. I’ve been dealing with pretty yucky left hip pain and dysfunction for a number…

    Somos Tr3s Emphasizes Love Without Labels

    Somos Tr3s Emphasizes Love Without Labels

    By Gary M. Kramer– Somos tr3s/We Are Thr3e, now out on DVD, is out gay Argentine writer/director Marcelo Briem Stamm’s sweet drama about the relationship that develops between Ana (Flor…

    It’s All a Mystery to Me

    It’s All a Mystery to Me

    By Michele Karlsberg– Michele Karlsberg: Ann Aptaker, author of Flesh and Gold, book four in the Cantor Gold Crime Series, is featured in this issue of the San Francisco Bay…

    Sister Dana sez, “So it’s only just over a week after the year changed, and you have already broken your New Year’s resolutions.”

    Sister Dana sez, “So it’s only just over a week after the year changed, and you have already broken your New Year’s resolutions.”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity- Sister Dana sez, “So it’s only just over a week after the year changed, and you have already broken your New Year’s resolutions. Why not be a…

    The Rainbow Wave and the Most Diverse U.S. Congress Ever

    The Rainbow Wave and the Most Diverse U.S. Congress Ever

    History was made on January 3 as ten openly LGBTQ individuals were sworn into the U.S. Congress: two in the Senate and eight in the House. The prior record was…

    Two California Politicians Who Have Made LGBT History Are Sworn into Office

    Two California Politicians Who Have Made LGBT History Are Sworn into Office

    On Monday, January 7, former State Senator Ricardo Lara (D-Bell Gardens) was sworn into office as California Insurance Commissioner, while former Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom was sworn in as Governor…

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