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    An Historic Appointment

    An Historic Appointment

    Jeff Sheehy became the first person openly living with HIV to be on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors when Mayor Ed Lee appointed him to the post on January…

    In The News: 3.9.2017

    Compiled by Dennis McMillan Supreme Court Won’t Hear Major Case on Transgender Rights The Supreme Court vacated an appeals court decision in favor of a transgender boy, Gavin Grimm, and…

    Ann Rostrow: Turning in the Widening Gyre

    Ann Rostrow: Turning in the Widening Gyre

    By Ann Rostow Turning in the Widening Gyre Friends, I have no idea where to start this column (and as a result, I am well behind on my deadline—shhh, don’t…

    The Promise and Pitfalls of Social Media in Today’s Political Climate

    The Promise and Pitfalls of Social Media in Today’s Political Climate

    By Zoe Dunning Six years ago, my friend Gary Gartner tried to persuade me to join Facebook. I had steadfastly resisted the temptation, because I was incredibly busy at the…

    LGBT Center Soiree, City College News, Inclusionary Wars

    LGBT Center Soiree, City College News, Inclusionary Wars

    By Rafael Mandelman LGBT Center Soirée 2017! It is hard to believe it has been fifteen years since the LGBT Center opened its doors. And what years—by turns, challenging, tumultuous…

    Gay Win-Win: Marriage Equality Saving Lives

    Gay Win-Win: Marriage Equality Saving Lives

    By Stuart Gaffney and John Lewis The U.S. Supreme Court’s two landmark marriage equality decisions contain powerfully eloquent declarations of the dignity and humanity of LGBTQ people. When the decisions…

    Leadership, Courage and Money

    Leadership, Courage and Money

    By Roger Doughty There’s no escaping the alarming events and sometimes stupefying pronouncements tumbling from the nation’s capital. Even if we turned off every device, ignored every newspaper, and closed…

    Vertrumpt!

    By Tom Moon, MFT Because this is a mental health column, I usually avoid political commentary, and I’ll try not to do too much now. But this week the subject…

    Two Luxurious Ways to Treat Yourself If You’re Seeking New Wheels

    By Philip Ruth “You’re born naked, and the rest is drag,” according to mega-diva RuPaul, whose timeless quote rings with absolute truth. It applies to this month’s two luxury vehicles,…

    Curated: Bouquets to Art 2017

    Curated: Bouquets to Art 2017

    At the de Young, March 14–19 Spring officially begins on March 20, but you’ll find the spirit and intoxicating floral scents of this hopeful season at Bouquets to Art 2017,…