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    Ushering in a Welcome Progressive Wave

    Ushering in a Welcome Progressive Wave

    By Peter Gallotta– On November 7th, Democrats throughout America breathed a small sigh of relief. The “blue wave” may not have been the tsunami many of us were hoping for,…

    Donna’s Chronicles

    Donna’s Chronicles

    By Donna Sachet– Thank you, Palm Springs, for showing us a fabulous time over Pride Weekend! With so many friends down there, it was impossible to see them all, but…

    A Victory and a Massacre

    A Victory and a Massacre

    By Cleve Jones– (Editor’s Note: For this issue’s remembrance of Supervisor Harvey Milk on the 40th anniversary of his and San Francisco Mayor George Moscone’s assassinations on November 27, 1978,…

    Authenticity: How to Be Real

    Authenticity: How to Be Real

    By Scott Tsui– A gay man named Joe recently told me how his relationship ended. His ex, Pete, caught him telling too many lies. Joe’s lies were so plentiful that…

    Necessity Is the Mother of Adaptation

    Necessity Is the Mother of Adaptation

    By Cinder Ernst– I discovered a useful and appropriate workout video a few weeks ago that I really love. It’s called “Intu Flow” by Scott Sonner. You can find the…

    Don’t Forget to Rank Your Vote on November 6

    Don’t Forget to Rank Your Vote on November 6

    By Rebecca Kaplan, Oakland City Councilmember At-Large– We didn’t win the fight for LGBT equality overnight. It took time, education, outreach, activists and lawyers to change not only the laws,…

    Baptist Princess to Activist Mom

    Baptist Princess to Activist Mom

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– How does a bouncing baby born into Baptist royalty in the heart of Texas end up as a militantly liberal mom marching in gay pride parades…

    Donna’s Chronicles

    Donna’s Chronicles

    By Donna Sachet– Once again, the Mr. International Freedom contest brought out a stellar group of contestants, a dazzling show and a boisterous audience! This third annual sold-out contest, benefiting…

    Couples Who Can Play Together Stay Together: The Love Match

    Couples Who Can Play Together Stay Together: The Love Match

    By John Chen– The title of this piece is not referring to swinging couples. Wait, come to think of it, Esliban Rodriguez and Toby Hays actually do swing together, but…

    How to Introduce Your Older/Younger Partner to Your Family

    How to Introduce Your Older/Younger Partner to Your Family

    By Dr. Frankie Bashan– Large age differences in lesbian relationships are more common than you think. According to a 2013 survey, LGBT people are more likely than straight people to…

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