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    Making LGBT Lives Visible Again

    Making LGBT Lives Visible Again

    On October 7, Governor Brown signed the LGBT Disparities Reduc­tion Act that requires four state agen­cies to collect voluntary self-reported demographic information on sexual orientation and gender identity. This bill…

    Ann Rostow: She’s Still Standing

    Ann Rostow: She’s Still Standing

    By Ann Rostow She’s Still Standing My friends, I thought I was done with Kim Davis back in August. Yet every two weeks, the minute this column goes to press,…

    Post Fleet Week: LGBTs During the World Wars

    Post Fleet Week: LGBTs During the World Wars

    Teacher Lyndsey Schlax of the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts is teaching the nation’s first on-site high school LGBT course, ac­cording to district officials. In this column,…

    First Monday in October 2017

    First Monday in October 2017

    On the first Monday in October, the U.S. Supreme Court commenced a new term. To mark the occasion, Marriage Equality USA sent each of the five Justices who voted in…

    Margaret Cho Provides Further Proof of San Francisco’s Magic

    Margaret Cho Provides Further Proof of San Francisco’s Magic

    If the Pope could get John Boehner to resign, couldn’t he use his special powers to bring back Nancy Pelosi? It would be an answer to my prayers. #KateClinton The…

    News Map

    In the News By Dennis McMillan Castro Street Fair Is Set for October 4 Always the first Sunday in October, from 11am to 6pm, The Castro Street Fair is located…

    Ann Rostow: Make It Seventeen Minutes of Fame for Davis

    Ann Rostow: Make It Seventeen Minutes of Fame for Davis

    By Ann Rostow Make It Seventeen Minutes of Fame for Davis Grandstanding Kentucky clerk Kim Davis has been in and out of the news for the last couples of weeks,…

    Homosexuality and the Harlem Renaissance

    Homosexuality and the Harlem Renaissance

    Teacher Lyndsey Schlax of the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts is teaching the nation’s first on-site high school LGBT course, according to dis­trict officials. In this column,…

    Election on My Mind

    Election on My Mind

    Win Aaron Win Of all the contests on this November’s ballot, there are none that I care about more than the District 3 Supervisor race. It is not just that…

    Examining the Words of the Pope

    Examining the Words of the Pope

    (Editor’s Note: As we went to press, news outlets reported that the Pope met with Kim Davis during his trip to the U.S. and offered her words of encouragement. As…