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    Pride 50 Is Not What We’d Hoped For, But It Gives Us Hope

    Pride 50 Is Not What We’d Hoped For, But It Gives Us Hope

    By Fred Lopez– This was supposed to be a full-on celebratory Pride month, but 2020 had other plans.  While SF Pride had to cancel our in-person events in the wake…

    The 25th Pink Triangle Atop Twin Peaks Will Shine as a Beacon of Hope for the 50th Anniversary of SF Pride

    The 25th Pink Triangle Atop Twin Peaks Will Shine as a Beacon of Hope for the 50th Anniversary of SF Pride

    By Patrick Carney– Some traditions die hard. Sometimes we need a splash of color and a flash of light. The 25th Pink Triangle will have all of that. This quarter-century…

    It’s About Time

    It’s About Time

    By Dr. Marcy Adelman– A generation united is demanding an end to racial injustice and police violence. I have been involved in movement politics almost all of my adult life;…

    The Gay Gourmet: How to Make the Perfect Negroni

    The Gay Gourmet: How to Make the Perfect Negroni

    David Landis, aka “The Gay Gourmet,” shares how to make the perfect Negroni.…

    Donna Sachet: More Ways to Celebrate Pride 2020!

    Donna Sachet: More Ways to Celebrate Pride 2020!

    Legendary entertainer and San Francisco Bay Times columnist Donna Sachet shares more ways to celebrate Pride 2020. See Donna’s previous videos at the Bay Times website and YouTube channel.…

    Day 6 of Protests Following the Death of George Floyd

    Day 6 of Protests Following the Death of George Floyd

    Photos by Joanie Juster– Wednesday, June 3, will long be remembered by the thousands who took to the streets in Bay Area cities to protest police brutality, to honor George…

    Ann Rostow: RIP Larry Kramer

    Ann Rostow: RIP Larry Kramer

    By Ann Rostow– RIP Larry Kramer— You saw, I assume, that playwright/activist Larry Kramer died of pneumonia a couple of weeks ago. It’s ironic that he breathed his last at…

    The Time for Action Is Now

    The Time for Action Is Now

    By Dr. Marcy Adelman– This Pride my heart is heavy and filled with grief and anger for the murder of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and so many other…

    Use of Deadly Enforcement: Policing to Protect White Privilege Must End

    Use of Deadly Enforcement: Policing to Protect White Privilege Must End

    By Andrea Shorter– George Floyd is now laid to rest in his hometown of Houston, Texas. May he rest in peace knowing that while he was yet another in a…

    Marches and Protests Give Me Hope

    Marches and Protests Give Me Hope

    By Supervisor Rafael Mandelman– The last couple of weeks have been hard. As if the pandemic’s grinding and sometimes tragic disruptions of our lives were not enough, the shocking murder…