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    Little Gay Book Brings Women Together

    Little Gay Book Brings Women Together

    Dr. Frankie: The Lesbian Love Doctor– By Dr. Frankie Bashan– (Editor’s Note: To coincide with the launch of our new dating service (https://baytimesdating.com/) we are introducing two new columnists with…

    Celebrating NCLR’s Everyday Heroes

    Celebrating NCLR’s Everyday Heroes

    Our 2018 honorees are fighting with us to stop the Trump-Pence transgender military ban  Imagine reading an email from a friend that said how sorry she was and asked if…

    What to Expect at NCLR’s 41st Anniversary Celebration

    What to Expect at NCLR’s 41st Anniversary Celebration

    The Dinner that inspires. The Party that explodes. Glamour It’s called the LGBTQ Party of the Year for a reason. Suits. Gowns. Glitter. Style. Our trendsetters make their own rules.…

    Low Back Pain Relief Hacks

    Low Back Pain Relief Hacks

    By Cinder Ernst– Low back pain gets in the way of so much: your workout, your day and your fun, just to name a few. In this article we are…

    Cracks in the Cement Ceiling and More from GGBA

    Cracks in the Cement Ceiling and More from GGBA

    By Paul Pendergast– On Friday, May 12, Equality California is going to be honoring Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) and LaVerda Allen for the historic inclusion of LGBT-certified businesses in…

    MarcoMania: Turning Pounds into Hope

    MarcoMania: Turning Pounds into Hope

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– One of my favorite songs is “I Come from Good People.” I do come from good people. I also come from fat people—hearty stock, as we…

    LGBT Community Leaders Explain Their SF Mayoral Candidate Endorsements

    LGBT Community Leaders Explain Their SF Mayoral Candidate Endorsements

    By Roma Guy and Debra Walker– London Breed is the exact person we need to lead San Francisco. All of us supporting her have long recognized her ability to identify…

    The Shavings of an Almost Olympian

    The Shavings of an Almost Olympian

    By John Chen– Did you know that competitive swimmers shave their bodies? Many of them are not naturally smooth like me and many of my Asian brethren. And yes, they…

    A Fantastic New Exhibit and Book About Our Shared Humanity: hapa.me – 15 years of the hapa project

    A Fantastic New Exhibit and Book About Our Shared Humanity: hapa.me – 15 years of the hapa project

    By Stuart Gaffney How many times has a stranger on the street asked you the question, “What are you?”—as if you looked like you were from outer space? In fact,…

    Keeping Score of the San Francisco Mayor’s Race

    Keeping Score of the San Francisco Mayor’s Race

    By Louise “Lou” Fischer I’m a sports superfan. I’ll watch, and sometimes play, anything that involves a ball or a puck: baseball, basketball, ice hockey, tennis, rugby, football, volleyball and…

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