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    By Dennis McMillan San Francisco Records All-Time Low in Number of HIV Infections and Deaths San Francisco HIV infections and related deaths are at an all-time low, according to the…

    Ann Rostow: Seething Sapphic Septet “Came Out of Nowhere

    Ann Rostow: Seething Sapphic Septet “Came Out of Nowhere

    By Ann Rostow Seething Sapphic Septet “Came Out of Nowhere” Just when you thought we might be done with GLBT legal stories comes terrific news! The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission…

    Who Nominates a Supreme Court Justice Is the Best Predictor of How that Justice Will Vote in Gay Rights Cases

    Who Nominates a Supreme Court Justice Is the Best Predictor of How  that Justice Will Vote in Gay Rights Cases

    By Paula Canny, Esq. Last month, in a 5–4 decision, the United States Supreme Court ruled that denying marriage rights to same sex couples violates the United States Constitution. One…

    SCOTUS Stats Analysis of the Current Supreme Court by Paula Canny, Esq.

    SCOTUS Stats Analysis of the Current Supreme Court by Paula Canny, Esq.

    John G. Roberts, Jr. (born 1/27/1955, 60 years old) Nomination: George W. Bush on 9/6/2005 Senate confirmation: 78-22 on 9/29/2005 Senate composition: 55R-45D Windsor: He found DOMA was constitutional. Obergefell:…

    Why I Support a Department of Race & Equity in Oakland

    Why I Support a Department of Race & Equity in Oakland

    The City of Oakland has many reasons as to why we should be a leader on racial justice and social equity, but despite a diverse and dedicated population, and the…

    Taking Pride in Marriage and Family

    Taking Pride in Marriage and Family

    The United States Supreme Court decision establishing marriage equality across the country made this year’s San Francisco Pride Celebration a powerful affirmation. Finally, the law frees all of us to…

    Rainbow Honor Walk: Passionate Activist George Choy

    Rainbow Honor Walk:  Passionate Activist George Choy

    George Choy was a passionate advocate of civil and human rights for members of the LGBTQ communities of San Francisco and around the world. Driven by the belief that we…

    Dignity

    Dignity

    When we finally had a few moments (amidst the excitement and jubilation of June 26) to sit down and read the Supreme Court’s entire Obergefell marriage equality decision, we, like…

    Understanding Our Aging Bodies

    Understanding Our Aging Bodies

    Openhouse is doing a remarkable job addressing the barriers to connect LGBT seniors to aging support services. But there are still too many LGBT elders, in particular those over 80…

    Ready for Her, continued

    Ready for Her, continued

    Donna Sachet: “My strong support of Hillary Clinton for the next President of the United States comes from her unprecedented experience for the job. Who else has spent 8 years…

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