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Sweat and Glitter

Sweat and Glitter

Happy New Year to our faithful San Francisco Bay Times readers! I hope your year is off to a good start. How many New Year’s resolutions have you made? How…

What to Start, Stop, and Continue in 2015

What to Start, Stop, and Continue in 2015

As 2014 winds down, it’s time for reflection of the past year and plans for the coming year. Professionally, politically and personally I find myself taking stock of where things…

Do Ask Do Tell

Do Ask Do Tell

On November 4, several women won local elections. Libby Schaaf will become the next Mayor of Oakland. San Francisco Supervisor Malia Cohen won re-election to the San Francisco Board of…

Castro Improvements, Armistead, and Upcoming Elections

Castro Improvements, Armistead, and Upcoming Elections

Castro Street This issue of the Bay Times is focused on how our “gayborhood” is changing, and nothing is more visibly changing than Castro Street! Thanks in large part to…

Endorsement Season

Endorsement Season

As many of you may know, I was elected to the San Francisco Democratic County Central Committee (DCCC) two years ago. This is the governing body of the party in…

Combine Politics with Pride

Combine Politics with Pride

Happy Pride Month! June is my favor­ite time of year. I love seeing the col­orful pride flags up and down Market Street, catching new flicks at the Fra­meline Film Festival,…

We in the LGBT Community Have Two Kinds of Family

We in the LGBT Community Have Two Kinds of Family

Like most people I know, I don’t have a family “tree” per se—it seems like more of a family vine. Lots of grafting, transplanting, dead branches and new shoots. I…

March Madness

March Madness

I love basketball. When I was young, we lived in an older Victorian duplex in Milwaukee. There were no playgrounds or parks with basketball hoops anywhere nearby, so my sister…

The Final Frontier?

The Final Frontier?

In the campaign to repeal Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, we often portrayed the military as the toughest culture in which to come out – close bonds with your colleagues, intimate…

Fighting to Save San Francisco’s Diversity

Fighting to Save San Francisco’s Diversity

Happy New Year to everyone! I hope your year has gotten off to a great start and that you haven’t broken too many resolutions so far . . . One…

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