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    There’s No Staying Home on November 6

    There’s No Staying Home on November 6

    By Peter Gallotta– The past few weeks have felt like some of the darkest days since November 2016. Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination and speedy confirmation to the Supreme Court was a…

    Which LGBTIQ Case Will Reach Brett Kavanaugh and the Supreme Court First?

    Which LGBTIQ Case Will Reach Brett Kavanaugh and the Supreme Court First?

    By John Lewis and Stuart Gaffney– We, like millions of Americans, were deeply disturbed and disillusioned by the U.S. Senate’s confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. And as…

    Lewis, Foster and Chu for #GOTV

    Lewis, Foster and Chu for #GOTV

    By Andrea Shorter– With mid-term elections just a few weeks away, there are three names that are helping me to stay focused in the work to turn out the blue…

    Invest Like a Girl? That’s a Compliment!

    Invest Like a Girl? That’s a Compliment!

    By Brandon Miller, CFP– A favorite taunt of schoolyard boy bullies trying to bolster their fragile egos is to tell other boys that they do something “like a girl,” as…

    Crossovers Continue Their Push

    Crossovers Continue Their Push

    By Philip Ruth– If you’re shopping for a new vehicle, then you might have noticed some of the factors that made September 2018 a notably slow sales month. Interest rates…

    Still We Rise

    Still We Rise

    By Tom Moon, MFT– In the days following the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings, I talked with women and gay men who had been re-traumatized by the whole spectacle. I heard stories…

    In Memoriam

    Edward “Eddie” Munoz A former staff member at Glide Memorial Church and the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus, Munoz volunteered for many benefits supporting the LGBTQ community. He bravely fought…

    From ComicFest to Vampire-slaying Buffy: Halloween in San Francisco

    From ComicFest to Vampire-slaying Buffy: Halloween in San Francisco

    Halloween has ancient pagan roots, which are still at the heart of Samhain for Wiccans, but in the words of lesbian poet Judy Grahn, it is also “the Great Gay…

    The Bully’s Pulpit

    The Bully’s Pulpit

    By David Perry– The bully pulpit has never been bullier: nor the Senate, the House and now the Supreme Court. That’s a lot of bull, ah bullying. There are bullies…

    Jessica Kingsley Publishers Launch Gender Diversity List

    Jessica Kingsley Publishers Launch Gender Diversity List

    By Michele Karlsberg– David Corey, manager of the U.S. sales and marketing office for Jessica Kingsley Publishers (JKP) is featured in this issue of the San Francisco Bay Times. It…