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    Oscar Wilde: Work of Genius

    Oscar Wilde: Work of Genius

    “It’s an odd thing,” Lord Henry Wotton once remarked, “but anyone who disappears is said to be seen in San Francisco. It must be a delightful city and possess all…

    Creating Welcoming Environments for LGBT Seniors

    As the U.S. Supreme Court was taking up the issue of gay marriage last year, Dr. John DeCecco wanted to make a difference in his local community here at The…

    Lending Money to Family Members—Is It Ever a Good Idea?

    Lending Money to Family Members—Is It Ever a Good Idea?

    It’s harder than ever for young adults to save and get ahead in our current economy. Modest incomes and college loans make it tough to assemble enough cash to purchase…

    Three Stylish Cars, But Only One Knocks Your Cap Back

    Three Stylish Cars, But Only One Knocks Your Cap Back

    Style. They say we gays know it well. I recently tested three cars that are loaded with style, each in their own way. The ELR is Cadillac’s first plug-in hybrid;…

    The Future of Team SF Is in Your Hands

    The Future of Team SF Is in Your Hands

    By Martha Ehrenfeld Cleveland…really, Cleveland? That was my reaction five years ago when a friend on the Federation of Gay Games (FGG) board announced that the games were coming to…

    A Gold Medal for LGBT Athletics & Equality

    A Gold Medal for LGBT Athletics & Equality

    By Jamie Leno Zimron The Gay Games IX torch is about to be lit in Cleveland! Early August is exactly six months since the Sochi Winter Olympics in Russia, which…

    Gay Games IX Tom Waddell Award Winners

    Gay Games IX Tom Waddell Award Winners

    By Doug Litwin The international Federation of Gay Games manages the quadrennial Gay Games from right here in San Francisco. Created in 1990 at Gay Games III, the organization began…

    Love Around the World

    Love Around the World

    On our recent trip to Japan to speak on LGBTGQ rights and marriage equality, we had the honor of addressing the crowd at Pink Dot Okinawa, a wonderful event with…

    Ann Rostow: Barack Says, Take One Big Step Forward

    By Ann Rostow Barack Says, Take One Big Step Forward President Obama has added sexual orientation and gender identity to the list of groups that have been protected against discrimination…

    National and Local News Map

    Helena, MT – Montana AG Asks Court to Uphold Same-sex Marriage Ban – 7.18 Compiled by Dennis McMillan Montana’s attorney general asked a federal court to uphold the state’s constitutional…