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    Whose Pandemic?

    Whose Pandemic?

    By Jewelle Gomez– A friend recently commented that she’d seen my photograph and was surprised to notice that my hair was all white. She was no more surprised than I…

    Moon Over San Francisco

    Moon Over San Francisco

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– On a recent Saturday evening, Bobby Jo and I attended an event in the far East Bay. We were actually there to watch a friend participate…

    Donna’s Chronicles, “Saturday was a marathon of Imperial partying..”

    Donna’s Chronicles, “Saturday was a marathon of Imperial partying..”

    By Donna Sachet– Saturday was a marathon of Imperial partying, not for the faint of heart, as the Golden Gate Gaymes convened in Mariposa Bay Front Park near Chase Center…

    The Return of Bay Area LGBT Flag Football

    The Return of Bay Area LGBT Flag Football

    By John Chen– Football season has officially begun! Arguably the most exciting time of the year for sports fans, football is the most popular sport in our country and brings…

    Rainbow Honor Walk to Honor Phyllis Lyon, Lesbian Activist and Civil Rights Trailblazer, with Sidewalk Plaque

    Rainbow Honor Walk to Honor Phyllis Lyon, Lesbian Activist and Civil Rights Trailblazer, with Sidewalk Plaque

    The Rainbow Honor Walk this week announced that it has chosen Phyllis Lyon, the world-renowned San Francisco-based activist for lesbian rights and visibility, as its next honoree in the board’s…

    Community: Cost of Entry

    Community: Cost of Entry

    By Derek Barnes– What have you done for the community lately? If you’ve asked yourself this question recently, I invite you to read on to gain a broader perspective of…

    Donna’s Chronicles, “As we begin the cautious process of returning to some semblance of life…”

    Donna’s Chronicles, “As we begin the cautious process of returning to some semblance of life…”

    By Donna Sachet– As we begin the cautious process of returning to some semblance of life before COVID, we applaud those venues that are fashioning creative approaches to live entertainment…

    Carrying Soni Wolf’s Memory Forward in the Fight for LGBTQ+ Equality

    Carrying Soni Wolf’s Memory Forward in the Fight for LGBTQ+ Equality

    By Kate Brown, Ph.D.– Moving to San Francisco in 2000 was a defining moment in my life. I had just finished college at the University of Colorado, Boulder, and was…

    Hearts on the Streets of San Francisco

    Hearts on the Streets of San Francisco

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– The loveliness of Paris seems somehow sadly grey The glory that was Rome is of another day I’ve been terribly alone and forgotten in Manhattan I’m…

    ‘Add to Cart’

    ‘Add to Cart’

    By Jewelle Gomez– Long ago, when I lived in Manhattan, I sublet my apartment for several months while I moved in with a lover in the Bronx. A friend, Stacy.…

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