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    Sister Dana Sez: Words of Wisdumb From a Fun Nun

    Sister Dana Sez: Words of Wisdumb From a Fun Nun

    Sister Dana Van Iquity Sister Dana sez, “Here’s the latest homophobic quote from the irReverend Pat Robertson: ‘’’In Jesus’ time, if two men decided they wanted to cohabit together, they…

    Sister Dana Sez: Words of Wisdumb From a Fun Nun

    Sister Dana Sez:  Words of Wisdumb From a Fun Nun

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity Sister Dana sez, “The latest polling on the U.S. Senate races is not good. Repugnicans need 6 seats to take control, and they’re easily within…

    Alan Turing: The Father of Theoretical Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence

    Alan Turing: The Father of Theoretical Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence

    Alan Turing, according to Winston Churchill, made the single greatest contribution to the Allied victory in World War II. Churchill’s colleagues agreed. Without Turing, one stated, “I and many people…

    Dreamy Convergence: Ann Hampton Callaway and the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus

    Dreamy Convergence: Ann Hampton Callaway and the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus

    Whoever paired multiplatinum-selling singer and composer Ann Hampton Callaway with the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus (SFGMC) gets our heartfelt gratitude. Swoon! To set the mood for what’s ahead, do…

    Geography Club Plays Out All the Dramas of Queer Teen Life

    Geography Club Plays Out All the Dramas of Queer Teen Life

    Geography Club, now out on DVD, is a loose adaptation of Brent Hartinger’s fine young adult book about gay teen Russell Middlebrook (the appealing Cameron Deane Stewart) navigating high school…

    MK Nobilette’s Mom Mindy Is Out and Proud Too

    MK Nobilette’s Mom Mindy Is Out and Proud Too

    San Francisco’s own MK Nobilette is the first American Idol finalist to come out while competing on the popular show, which has been on the air since 2002. So many…

    Holding Up Half the Sky While Carrying the Village Water Supply: International Women’s Day 2014

    Holding Up Half the Sky While  Carrying the Village Water Supply: International Women’s Day 2014

    Women hold up half the sky. – Mao Zedong March is Women’s History Month, which also marks International Women’s Day on March 8, 2014. The earliest adoption of an International…

    Shaun in San Francisco

    Shaun in San Francisco

    (Editor’s Note: We are pleased to launch a new column by San Francisco native Shaun Hassan Haines, who has served on the boards of several local LGBT organizations. In the…

    Two New International Films Worth Seeing: The Rocket and Bethlehem

    Two New International Films Worth Seeing: The Rocket and Bethlehem

    Two impressive international films—one light, one dark—open this weekend in Bay Area theaters. The Rocket, written and directed by Kim Mordaunt, is an enjoyable, albeit predictable, crowd-pleaser set in the…

    ODC’s LGBTQ Night to Feature Mesmerizing Dancer Corey Brady

    ODC’s LGBTQ Night to Feature Mesmerizing Dancer Corey Brady

    Corey Brady’s performances are so focused, passionate and memorable that audiences are transported into what feels like a magical spell woven by a true dance master. With the Oberlin Dance…