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    Ann Rostow: We’ve All Been to Pulse

    Ann Rostow:  We’ve All Been to Pulse

    By Ann Rostow We’ve All Been to Pulse There’s a version of Pulse in every city, and we’ve all been there. We’ve all met friends there on a Saturday night. We’ve all…

    In the News: June 23, 2016

    Compiled by Dennis McMillan   Bay Area Cities Honor Victims of Orlando Club Shooting Through vigils, memorials, rainbow flags raised at half-mast and more, cities throughout the Bay Area joined…

    Thousands Rally for Orlando Massacre Vigil in the Castro

    Thousands Rally for Orlando Massacre Vigil in the Castro

    By Dennis McMillan Thousands gathered in the streets and on sidewalks near the Harvey Milk Plaza in the Castro in front of a stage on a flatbed truck to respond…

    It Is Not OK

    It Is Not OK

    By Dr. Timothy Seelig (Editor’s note: Dr. Seelig wrote the following piece on June 13, the day after the Orlando shooting.) Today, everyone is processing at their own pace and…

    Orlando Reflections

    Orlando Reflections

    “If a bullet should enter my brain, let that bullet shatter every closet door.” – Harvey Milk Sadly, the bullet that killed Harvey Milk nearly four decades ago has still…

    Dykes on Bikes® Fab Forty!

    Dykes on Bikes® Fab Forty!

    By Vick Germany This year marks the 40th anniversary of the San Francisco Dykes on Bikes® Women’s Motorcycle Contingent. Forty years ago, a small group of women motorcyclists, who were…

    One ‘Last Call’ as Maud’s Turns 50

    One ‘Last Call’ as Maud’s Turns 50

    By Paris Poirier and Karen Kiss As patrons heard “last call” at Orlando’s Pulse earlier this Pride month, they were ambushed by a madman. We all know the gruesome and…

    North Carolina #NO HB2!

    North Carolina #NO HB2!

    Mandy Carter has been, as she puts it, an “out, southern, black, lesbian, social justice activist” who has advocated for human rights for five decades. A Co-founder of the National…

    The Pulse of Pride

    The Pulse of Pride

    Joining the iconic march down Market Street in San Francisco on the last Sunday in June—or down any main street anywhere in the world at a Pride celebration—to us is…

    Revised Dignity Fund Legislation

    Revised Dignity Fund Legislation

    The Dignity Fund Coalition has revised its proposed legislation for additional revenue for San Francisco’s vulnerable elders and people living with disabilities. According to the current proposal, revenues are to…

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