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    Homeless Gay Valedictorian Helps to Make the ‘Impossible Possible’ for LGBTIQ Youth

    Homeless Gay Valedictorian Helps to Make the ‘Impossible Possible’ for LGBTIQ Youth

    By John Lewis and Stuart Gaffney– We, like many other LGBTIQ people, were heartened to learn of the outpouring of financial support from the community for the Jacksonville, Florida, high…

    Gay Games 10: A World Celebration of Diversity

    Gay Games 10: A World Celebration of Diversity

    Since 1982, the Gay Games have brought together people from all walks of life, without discrimination, around the values of diversity, respect, equality, solidarity and sharing. With sport being a…

    Iconic Choirs Briefly Unify Mormons and LGBTQ Community During Pride

    Iconic Choirs Briefly Unify Mormons and LGBTQ Community During Pride

    On June 25, as Pride Month was drawing to a close, an historic event took place. Dr. Tim Seelig, Artistic Director of the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus (SFGMC), served…

    Welcome to the 48th Annual SF Pride Celebration & Parade! Now Go Homo!

    Welcome to the 48th Annual SF Pride Celebration & Parade! Now Go Homo!

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity of The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence–    Welcome to San Francisco Pride, where every identity, gender, kink and kind are celebrated! Hundreds of thousands of visitors from outside the Bay Area…

    The Beat Goes On: San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band’s 40th Anniversary

    The Beat Goes On: San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band’s 40th Anniversary

    By Heidi Beeler– On Sunday, June 24, the San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band will march up Market Street, marking the group’s 40th anniversary making music for San Francisco and the LGBT…

    “My Generation Lives in the World That She Created”: Reflections on the Leadership and Legacy of NCLR’s Outgoing Executive Director Kate Kendell

    “My Generation Lives in the World That She Created”:  Reflections on the Leadership and Legacy of NCLR’s Outgoing Executive Director Kate Kendell

    At the end of this year, National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) Executive Director Kate Kendell will step down after 22 years. For more than two decades, she has positioned…

    An Uncomfortable Art

    An Uncomfortable Art

    By David Perry– The hypnotic music from my D.C. days—my 20s, the 80s—drew me across the expanse of galleries at L.A.’s Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCA): Bronski Beat’s “Small Town…

    Homebridge Success Stories

    Homebridge Success Stories

    Dignity Fund Coalition member Homebridge, Inc., is an organization that provides home care and support services in San Francisco county. Its largest program provides more than 500,000 hours of home…

    Openhouse Community Expansion Campaign

    Openhouse Community Expansion Campaign

    By Natalie Summers– The first phase of our Expansion Campaign was completed in 2016. In March 2017, Openhouse and Mercy Housing celebrated the opening of 40 units of LGBT welcoming,…

    Teachers Take Action Against Gun Violence

    Teachers Take Action Against Gun Violence

    By Lyndsey Schlax, Laura Nielsen and Sonya Mehta– On February 15, 2018, teachers across the country walked into their schools steeled for yet another day spent reassuring students that they…

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