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    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…

    Silver Linings and Writings on the Wall Photos courtesy of Emerge California

    Silver Linings and Writings on the Wall                         Photos courtesy of Emerge California

    California Democrats garnered big wins all across the state earlier this month in the November General Election, and those victories provided a much-needed silver lining to an otherwise bruising and…

    Caregiving – The Missing Link?

    Caregiving – The Missing Link?

    As we age, we are likely to need major surgery at some point. Mine was a knee replacement. However, like many others who are aging today, I have been generally…

    Anchors Away

    Anchors Away

    The new Anal Cancer/HSIL Outcomes Research Study (ANCHOR) is about to open enrollment at UCSF and other cities. The rates of anal cancer are increasing in general, and are about…

    Love Letters Inspire Wedding Vows

    To paraphrase Forrest Gump’s mama: Weddings are like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re going to get. Weddings are flavored by the couple as well as by…

    Time for the Supreme Court to Establish Full Constitutional Protection for LGBT People

    Time for the Supreme Court to Establish Full Constitutional Protection for LGBT People

    Last week’s Sixth Circuit federal appellate court decision permitting Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee to continue to discriminate against loving, committed LGBT couples in marriage makes clear that the time…

    New Opportunities for GGBA Members Thanks to NGLCC, USAID Partnership

    New Opportunities for GGBA Members Thanks to NGLCC, USAID Partnership

    By Paul Pendergast Businesses in the Bay Area, as major importers and exporters to the Pacific Rim, Latin America and South America, know how important trade is to their growth.…

    Ann Rostow: No Chance for Hold-Out States

    By Ann Rostow No Chance for Hold-Out States The fortnights fly by, and we soar ever closer to national marriage equality. As October draws to a close, marriage is legal…

    The Future Is Now for LGBT Business Equality

    The Future Is Now for LGBT Business Equality

    By Sam McClure The National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) is proud to be a part of celebrating the 40th anniversary of America’s very first LGBT business organization,…

    Interview with Keith Haring: The Political Line Co-Curator Julian Cox

    Interview with Keith Haring: The Political Line Co-Curator Julian Cox

    Julian Cox, the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco’s founding curator of photography and chief administrative curator, recently took time to talk with us about Keith Haring’s pop art and…