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An Important Civil Rights Black Activist Who

An Important Civil Rights Black Activist Who

Teacher Lyndsey Schlax of the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts recently taught the nation’s first on-site high school LGBT course, according to district officials. She will resume…

Two Extroverted Sedans

Two Extroverted Sedans

The two sedans we’re checking out this week–the Buick Regal GS and the Toyota Corolla S Special Edition–aim to attract attention. That’s not the usual role of a practical car,…

Survive, Prosper and Thrive: San Francisco’s Historic Cliff House

Survive, Prosper and Thrive: San Francisco’s Historic Cliff House

Like San Francisco and the LGBT community itself, the Cliff House is a survivor. It has overcome natural disasters, establishment threats to its free spirited ways and many other challenges.…

Super Bowl 50: Golden and Gay

Super Bowl 50: Golden and Gay

Super Bowl 50: Golden and Gay- At least two veteran National Football League players are gay, draft analyst Benjamin Allbright reports. While the closet for LGBT pro football players is…

San Francisco State University Provides an LGBTQIA-affirming Place to Learn and Grow

San Francisco State University Provides an LGBTQIA-affirming Place to Learn and Grow

By Dr. Sue Rosser The Bay Area is world-renowned for its open-mindedness and inclusiveness, and San Francisco State University mirrors that. Though LGBTQ people often find their education disrupted by…

The New LGBTQIA Generation

The New LGBTQIA Generation

A few years ago, the New York Times referred to “a battle cry for a new generation of post-gay gender activists,” one that would reach far beyond the familiar four-letter…

Sister Dana sez, “If any queers or friends of us have an inclination to vote for Marco Rubio for Prez, consider his latest quote…”

Sister Dana sez, “If any queers or friends of us have an inclination to vote for Marco Rubio for Prez, consider his latest quote…”

By Sister Dana Van Iquity Sister Dana sez, “If any queers or friends of us have an inclination to vote for Marco Rubio for Prez, consider his latest quote: ‘If we…

30 Years of Dance-Along Nutcracker

30 Years of Dance-Along Nutcracker

By Heidi Beeler- You could call it “L. Frank Baum meets The Stahlbaums.” This December, the San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band sends Clara over the rainbow for “The Nutcracker of…

When Dogs Heal

When Dogs Heal

In honor of World AIDS Day, December 1, we are featur­ing the non-profit Fred Says, which promotes pet ownership to improve the lives of those with HIV/AIDS. Fred Says (http://fredsays.org/)…

What An Election Season!

It was wonderful to see so many San Franciscans engaged and passionate about ballot issues and races that are close to home. There is no doubt in my mind that…

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