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The Ability to Self-Identify Is a Matter of Safety as Well as Self-Expression

The Ability to Self-Identify Is a Matter of Safety as Well as Self-Expression

For many members of the LGBT community, the ability to self-identify is as much a matter of health and safety as it is an important outlet for self-expression. The outrage…

National and Local News Briefs

Compiled by Dennis McMillian Lewiston, ID – Lewiston City Councilors Oppose Proposed Nondiscrimination Ordinance – 9.12 The good news is an ordinance that would make it illegal in Lewiston, ID,…

SF Fireballs’ Hot Season Lands Them a Spot at the Gay Softball World Series

SF Fireballs’ Hot Season Lands Them a Spot at the Gay Softball World Series

By Tony Jasinski The Gay Softball World Series, with over 5,000 participants and fans from 44 leagues in North America, is one of the world’s largest annual LGBT sporting events.…

The Choice to Move

The Choice to Move

My spouse and I recently moved to a smaller home after 30 years in our beautiful painted lady on Castro Street. As we downsized, donated, gave away and sold some…

Positive Resource Center to Honor SF Bay Times Photographer Rink

On October 1, Positive Resource Center will present the Emerson Community Volunteer Award to San Francisco Bay Times photographer Rink, who has been photographing our community for nearly five decades.…

Ann Rostow: Tough Times

By Ann Rostow Hello, dear readers. I changed the name of my Wi-Fi network last night and now my main computer no longer goes on line. The little tablet I’m…

Heading Toward the Supremes

Heading Toward the Supremes

All eyes will be on Washington later this month, as the United States Supreme Court has announced that on September 29, they will consider whether to hear one or more…

Ann Rostow: Conference Call

By Ann Rostow Conference Call Put September 29 on your calendar. That’s the first meeting of the Supreme Court’s 2014/2015 session. You know how those meetings go, right? The nine…

Down and Out on the Streets of San Francisco

Down and Out on the Streets of San Francisco

San Franciscans hate homelessness. Some of us blame the homeless themselves for their circumstances. Others see, in the disorder in our BART stations and on our sidewalks, the obscene consequences…

National and Local News Map

By Dennis McMillan  Salt Lake City, UT – Utah Marriage Equality Plaintiffs Ask U.S. Supreme Court to Review Case – 8.28 The three couples challenging the State of Utah’s ban…

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