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Contributions of Lucie van Mens to Women’s Health ‘Were Beyond Measure’

Contributions of Lucie van Mens to Women’s Health ‘Were Beyond Measure’

Lucie van Mens, Director of Program Development and Support for The Female Health Company, developer of FC2 female condoms to safeguard against HIV, was yet another victim of the Malaysia…

Project Open Hand Expands Services, Launches Food = Medicine Pilot Study

By Kevin Winge For nearly 30 years, Project Open Hand has been here for our community. In the earliest days of the AIDS epidemic, founder Ruth Brinker prepared healthy dinners…

In Memoriam

In Memoriam

Anthony Turney December 23, 1937 – July 4, 2014 The Venerable Anthony Turney, Archdeacon for the Arts at San Francisco’s Grace Cathedral, died peacefully at Coming Home Hospice following a…

Fortnight in Review

Hello dear Readers, and Happy Pride Month! I’m actually thinking that I might have done my duty after several decades of loyal Pride atten­dance. Here in Austin, we don’t even…

A Year Like None Other: NCLR’s Litigation Work

A Year Like None Other: NCLR’s Litigation Work

By Christopher Stoll, Esq. Ever since NCLR’s founding, we have been at the forefront of some of the most important legal cases in the history of the LGBT movement, from…

NCLR Advances LGBT Equality Through Policy and Legislation

NCLR Advances LGBT Equality Through Policy and Legislation

By Maya Rupert, Esq. NCLR’s public policy and legislative team has been busy in Washington, D.C., working with the Obama administration and our friends on Capitol Hill to make sure…

News from the GLBT Historical Society & The GLBT History Museum

News from the GLBT Historical Society  & The GLBT History Museum

New Exhibit: ‘Queer Past Becomes Present’ “Queer Past Becomes Present” is the new exhibition in the freshly remodeled Main Gallery of the GLBT History Museum. The topics included in the…

Grant-Making Crusader Tim Hanlon Is a True Angel in America

Grant-Making Crusader Tim Hanlon Is a True Angel in America

Tim Hanlon, President of the Wells Fargo Foundation and recipient of this year’s National AIDS Memorial Grove Lifetime of Commitment Award, has helped to provide more than $17.8 million to…

History Repeats Itself

History Repeats Itself

  January 31, 1979, at the Nothing Special Bar on Castro. That was the day that I met William (Skip) Oakes. Not in my wildest dreams could I have imagined…

The Joy Continues, The Work Continues

The Joy Continues, The Work Continues

August brings with it more wedding bells, as equal marriage rights take effect in Minnesota and Rhode Island, and more and more couples marry in California. It’s a great feeling…

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