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    Donna’s Chronicles, “Like it or not…”

    Donna’s Chronicles, “Like it or not…”

    By Donna Sachet– Like it or not, the world has changed significantly as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and the many restrictions its contagion has wrought upon every one…

    Goodbye and Good Riddance 2020

    Goodbye and Good Riddance 2020

    By Liam P. Mayclem– 2020 was our “annus horribilis” (horrible year), to paraphrase Queen Elizabeth II. For most, 2021 cannot come soon enough, and this next year I hope will…

    A Desire to Marry the Prince, Not the Princess

    A Desire to Marry the Prince, Not the Princess

    By Honey Mahogany– I remember the very first time I actually vocalized my queerness. I was very young, just barely in pre-school. I remember that I was sitting with friends…

    Help Save the Iconic Cliff House, A San Francisco and LGBTQ Community Treasure

    Help Save the Iconic Cliff House, A San Francisco and LGBTQ Community Treasure

    “Change can be so constant you don’t even feel the difference until there is one. It can be so slow that you don’t even notice that your life is better…

    A Look Back on the Year 2020 in Queer Cinema

    A Look Back on the Year 2020 in Queer Cinema

    By Gary Kramer– 2020 was unlike any other year for moviegoing as most of it was done at home. But that doesn’t mean there were not great films. Looking back…

    Remembering and Celebrating a Few Greats

    Remembering and Celebrating a Few Greats

    By Jan Wahl– From Ruth Bader Ginsburg to John Lewis, Max von Sydow to Kobe Bryant, 2020 has been a challenging year of loss.  I am usually optimistic, but this…

    Interracial LGBTQ Holiday-Themed Children’s Book Receives Disturbing Backlash

    Interracial LGBTQ Holiday-Themed Children’s Book Receives Disturbing Backlash

    By Michele Karlsberg– True Colors Lab has released this year’s most anticipated children’s book, Two Dads Under the Christmas Tree, by Tobias Miles and illustrated by Milan Samadder. The backlash to this…

    Sister Dana sez, “The mean old Republican GRINCHES…”

    Sister Dana sez, “The mean old Republican GRINCHES…”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity– Words of Wisdumb from a Fun Nun– “Sister Dana sez, “The mean old Republican GRINCHES in Congress have refused to pass a relief bill for their citizens…

    About Our Cover

    About Our Cover

    The artist fnnch believes art is for everyone. He notes that, even outside of a pandemic year, only about five percent of a city’s residents and visitors tour its art…

    Home for the Holidays (Literally)

    Home for the Holidays (Literally)

    By David Landis– 2020 will go down in history as the year of the homebody—literally. I was getting ready to write my December column (stay tuned for the Old Skool…

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