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Sports Pride in 2015

Sports Pride in 2015

June has become Pride Month in locales around the globe, celebrating who we are as LGBTQ people, and the diversity of our lives and loves and choices as equal human…

Victory and More

Victory and More

Dr. Marcy Adelman We have much to celebrate, given all of the recent marriage equality gains both here and around the world. At last our beautiful loving relationships are being…

Harvey Milk Club Leads the Way, the Mission Rises Up, and New Leadership at City College

Harvey Milk Club Leads the Way, the Mission Rises Up, and New Leadership at City College

Happy Birthday, Harvey Milk The Harvey Milk Club gave our community a great present for what would have been Milk’s 85th birthday on May 22. The Club took over the…

An Issue Our Community Has Grappled with for Years

An Issue Our Community  Has Grappled with for Years

Last week, a friend and I were talking about Pride Month, since she had just come back from her employer’s Pride Month reception and celebration. I asked her how it…

Let’s Talk About Daddies

Let’s Talk About Daddies

What makes a daddy? By the old definition, it’s a man who had children. Now, in our new LGBT world full of niches, daddies are older men who could have…

Queer Cultural Center Brings Together Generations in June Programming Lineup

Queer Cultural Center Brings Together Generations  in June Programming Lineup

With so much media (and social media) focused on the millennials, senior LGBTQ people seldom get to see our lives, cultures, and concerns represented in the arts—on stage, screen, or…

Speaking Out for Civil Rights

Speaking Out for Civil Rights

Californians have adopted laws by ballot initiative for over a hundred years. The people have this power in order to hold state leaders accountable and to enact laws elected officials…

Adult Protective Services – An Integral Part of the LGBT Community’s Safety Net

Adult Protective Services – An Integral Part of the LGBT Community’s Safety Net

The overarching mission of the Adult Protective Services (APS) program in San Francisco is to protect elders and adults with disabilities from abuse, neglect, exploitation, and self-neglect. APS strives to…

In Memory of Sam

In Memory of Sam

Regular readers of this column may recall that back in September I wrote about a college friend of mine who had lost his mind and ended up living on the…

Five Building Blocks of Successful Change

Five Building Blocks of  Successful Change

In my day job, I am a change management consultant. Usually when I tell people that at a cocktail party I get a perplexed look. I watch the other person…

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