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    Harry Britt Will Always Sing in Our Hearts

    Harry Britt Will Always Sing in Our Hearts

    By John Lewis and Stuart Gaffney– On June 24, the LGBTIQ movement lost one of its greatest unsung heroes, Harry Britt. As not nearly enough people know today, Harry Britt…

    Lyon-Martin’s Virtual Rainbow Celebration

    On Thursday, June 25, Lyon-Martin Health Services hosted “A Virtual Rainbow Celebration” to honor the recent passing and remarkable life of national icon Phyllis Lyon (1924–2020), and to commemorate the…

    Remembering Progressive Icon and Longtime Democratic Party Activist Jane Morrison (1920–2020)

    Remembering Progressive Icon and Longtime Democratic Party Activist Jane Morrison (1920–2020)

    Tributes continue to pour in for longtime Democratic Party activist and legendary San Francisco progressive Jane Morrison, who died earlier this month. As the last post on her Facebook page…

    Pride Brunch LIVE! Raised Record Amount for PRC

    Pride Brunch LIVE! Raised Record Amount for PRC

    By Gary Virginia and Donna Sachet– Thanks to the support of many, the 22nd Annual Pride Brunch honoring the Grand Marshals and Awardees of  San Francisco Pride 2020 was a…

    Pink Triangle 25th Anniversary

    Pink Triangle 25th Anniversary

    Founded in 1996, the annual Pink Triangle installation atop Twin Peaks continues its important role as both a celebration of pride and a memorial to man’s inhumanity to man. 2020’s…

    W. Graham Robertson: The Aesthetic Ideal

    W. Graham Robertson: The Aesthetic Ideal

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky– W. (for Walford) Graham Robertson, painter, playwright, and set designer, knew simply everybody. Among the elegant and fashionable of London and Paris, he was dear friends…

    Gay Filmmaker Recounts Survival Story From 1926

    Gay Filmmaker Recounts Survival Story From 1926

    By Gary Kramer– Gay filmmaker Richard Bell’s handsomely-mounted period piece, Brotherhood, tells the true story of an ill-fated camping trip at Balsam Lake in Canada on July 20, 1926. This…

    Writing About Plus-Sized Characters

    By Michele Karlsberg– Michele Karlsberg: Author Cindy Rizzo is featured in this issue of the San Francisco Bay Times. I recently attended the Golden Crown Literary Society (GCLS) Virtual Conference, where…

    Sister Dana sez, “Now that PRIDE MONTH is over, are we supposed to stop celebrating Pride?”

    Sister Dana sez, “Now that PRIDE MONTH is over, are we supposed to stop celebrating Pride?”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity– Words of Wisdumb from a Fun Nun– Sister Dana sez, “Now that PRIDE MONTH is over, are we supposed to stop celebrating Pride? Of course not! Pride…

    Donna’s Chronicles: What Began as a Rumor…

    Donna’s Chronicles: What Began as a Rumor…

    By Donna Sachet– What began as a rumor and quickly grew to a worldwide pandemic shows no immediate signs of ending. People keep talking about a return to normal and…

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