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Right Where I’m Supposed to Be

Right Where I’m Supposed to Be

By Tisha Floratos I’m a strong believer that everything happens for a reason. I believe that we are all led on a path to discover later that we are right…

Still Serving After All These Years

Still Serving After All These Years

By Judy Dlugacz It sure has been an amazing ride, hasn’t it? When I think about what Olivia means to me, I find myself thinking about the ways Olivia has…

Role Model Alma Soongi Beck, Esq., Mixes Legal Savvy with Community Service

Role Model Alma Soongi Beck, Esq.,  Mixes Legal Savvy with Community Service

Even the most confident and strong among us can feel defeated by legal troubles, but that’s where Alma Soongi Beck, Esq., comes in like a superhero, resolving complex issues concerning…

Local and National News

Local and National News

By Dennis McMillan LGBT Organizations Commemorate Black History Month February is Black History Month, and a number of LGBT organizations are marking it with special programs and events. HRC is…

In the News

Trans Woman Stabbed on Muni Samantha Hulsey, a 24-year-old trans woman, was stabbed in the chest on Muni on January 3, according to the SF Chronicle and other reports. Hulsey…

Historic Gathering of LGBTQ Clergy Builds Community

Historic Gathering of LGBTQ Clergy Builds Community

By Rivka Gevurtz Recently, over 60 rabbis, cantors, chaplains, and student clergy came together, not only from around the Bay Area, but also from throughout the U.S., Canada, Germany and…

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.…

National News Briefs

Compiled by Dennis McMillan  Seattle, WA – Gay Scouts Ask Amazon to Cut Funding as National Group Convenes – 5.22 The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is kicking off its…

Utah Should Drop its Appeal and Let the Salt Lake City Weddings Begin Again

Utah Should Drop its Appeal and  Let the Salt Lake City Weddings Begin Again

The State of Utah’s stunning admissions in last week’s oral argument before the Tenth Circuit Federal Court of Appeals and in briefs filed with the court make one thing abundantly…

One of the most contested races this election season will determine who will succeed Tom Ammiano in the California State Assembly, District 17. The district is an important one, encompassing…

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