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    Coming Out Victories in the Sports World

    Coming Out Victories in the Sports World

    In the still highly homophobic world of sports, deciding to come out and say you’re gay, or trans, has been a tough call for most LGBT athletes. For school kids…

    ‘Power in a Kiss’ Exhibit To Be Created Along Parade Route

    Members of the public attending this year’s Pride Parade on Sunday will have the opportunity to be featured in a new exhibit honoring gains in marriage equality and sports equality…

    Welcome to the 44th Annual San Francisco Pride Celebration & Parade!

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity of The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence Hundreds of thousands of visitors from outside the Bay Area will attend San Francisco Pride this year. The 44th…

    National and Local News Map

    Compiled and with commentary by Dennis McMillan Des Moines, IA – Supreme Court Tosses Wrongful Conviction in HIV Case – 6.13 The Iowa Supreme Court has thrown out the conviction…

    Audry deLucia: An Influential Advocate of LGBT Women in Business

    Audry deLucia: An Influential Advocate of  LGBT Women in Business

    As Chair of the Golden Gate Business Association’s Women Advancing Ventures in Enterprise Committee, Audry deLucia works to increase the engagement and success of LGBT women in business. She speaks…

    Ann Rostow: Big Gay Day Coming Up in Sixth Circuit

    This Just In!: Tenth Circuit Rules for Equality; Indiana Ban Ruled Unconstitutional As this issue of the SF Bay Times goes to press comes word that the U.S. Court of…

    Renew Your Commitment to End LGBT Discrimination Here and Worldwide

    Renew Your Commitment to End LGBT Discrimination Here and Worldwide

    The theme of 2014 Pride, “Color Our World with Pride,” symbolizes the ongoing efforts to combat oppression and elevate the dignity and freedoms of LGBT people in the United States…

    Planning and Advocating for LGBT Seniors

    Planning and Advocating for LGBT Seniors

    By Daniel Redman In last week’s article, Dr. Marcy Adelman spoke about issues facing LGBT people diagnosed with dementia as well as their loved ones. This week, I’ll discuss what…

    The $180,000 Backpack on Muni

    The $180,000 Backpack on Muni

    Would you carry $180,000 worth of products on public transportation? I know of at least one patient who must do just that. Here’s how the scenario begins: You start by…

    Your Story Matters, So Tell It

    Your Story Matters, So Tell It

    Last week, I attended a fantastic program, one that recharged my batteries. It was designed to “inspire and support” volunteers who work directly with sick and/or dying clients. While most…