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    Negotiating Meiwaku and Getting Your Fair Share of Rice

    Negotiating Meiwaku and Getting Your Fair Share of Rice

    By John Lewis and Stuart Gaffney– We’ve just returned from a wonderful two weeks in Japan, where we gave talks on marriage equality, HIV/AIDS, and LGBTIQ rights, and met with…

    Lesbian Romance Is Full of Quiet Passions

    Lesbian Romance Is Full of Quiet Passions

    By Gary Kramer– Out lesbian director Céline Sciamma’s Portrait of a Lady on Fire, opening February 14 in the Bay Area, is an exquisite, exceptional romantic drama. Set in the…

    Making Out: A Literary Journey

    Making Out: A Literary Journey

    By Michele Karlsberg– Michele Karlsberg: Kissing can feel fabulous, but are we trying to do something more through this common expression of affection? For Kathryn Bond Stockton, making out is…

    Off the Wahl: Four Fabulous Films

    Off the Wahl: Four Fabulous Films

    By Jan Wahl– Wonderful movies stay wonderful, deep, rich and unforgettable. Whether you are seeing a movie for the first time, discovering new pleasures, or revisiting old friends … good…

    Rikki Streicher: Champion of Individual Freedoms and LGBT Rights

    Rikki Streicher: Champion of Individual Freedoms and LGBT Rights

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky– Legendary entrepreneur, community business leader, and passionate sports activist, Elizabeth “Rikki” Streicher, was a leader in the movement to gain human rights for LGBT people in…

    Sister Dana sez, “Every year I wonder: why do we make such a big deal over VALENTINE’S DAY?”

    Sister Dana sez, “Every year I wonder: why do we make such a big deal over VALENTINE’S DAY?”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity– Sister Dana sez, “Every year I wonder: why do we make such a big deal over VALENTINE’S DAY? A day named after Saint Valentine, a 15th century martyr, who on…

    LGBT Athlete Supports, Promotes Local Artists Through Gourmet Meals

    LGBT Athlete Supports, Promotes Local Artists Through Gourmet Meals

    By John Chen– Zac Stein, a multi-sport athlete, loves good food and aspires to build a loving and trusting community in our Bay Area. “I believe the foundation in building…

    Imani Rupert-Gordon Shares Plans for NCLR Ahead of Organization’s New Era

    Imani Rupert-Gordon Shares Plans for NCLR Ahead of Organization’s New Era

    On March 16, Imani Rupert-Gordon will assume leadership of the National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR), launching a new era for the 43-year-old LGBTQ legal organization. The announcement of her…

    Beach Blanket Babylon Star Renée Lubin to Perform and Serve as Grand Marshal at SF Mardi Gras Benefit

    Beach Blanket Babylon Star Renée Lubin to Perform and Serve as Grand Marshal at SF Mardi Gras Benefit

    San Francisco’s Krewe de Kinque (KDK) Mardi Gras club is gearing up for “Diners, Divas & Dives,” the theme for Bal Masque XVII, to be held at The Café on…

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