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    Little Gay Book Brings Women Together

    Little Gay Book Brings Women Together

    Dr. Frankie: The Lesbian Love Doctor– By Dr. Frankie Bashan– (Editor’s Note: To coincide with the launch of our new dating service (https://baytimesdating.com/) we are introducing two new columnists with…

    Natural, Learner or Blamer: Knowing Your ‘Relational’ Type

    Natural, Learner or Blamer: Knowing Your ‘Relational’ Type

    By Scott Tsui– Recently, I had an interesting conversation over dinner with 3 single gay men in the Castro. One was a pharmaceutical researcher, one a dentist and the other…

    Pride Nights Pave Way for Inclusiveness in Major League Baseball

    The San Francisco Bay Times is extremely proud to be the media sponsor for the Oakland A’s Pride Night on Friday, June 8. Please join us! All participants who purchase…

    Gay Director Makes Auspicious Debut with On Chesil Beach

    Gay Director Makes Auspicious Debut with On Chesil Beach

    By Gary M. Kramer– Out gay filmmaker Dominic Cooke’s directorial debut, On Chesil Beach, is a stunning adaptation of Ian McEwan’s eponymous novel. The story, which is set in 1962,…

    Lesbian Supernatural Thriller Sodom Road Exit Poses Thought-Provoking Question

    Lesbian Supernatural Thriller Sodom Road Exit Poses Thought-Provoking Question

    By Michele Karlsberg– Michele Karlsberg: For this issue of the San Francisco Bay Times I spoke with Amber Dawn, a Canadian writer who has already won multiple awards, such as…

    Curated: Julian Schnabel

    Curated: Julian Schnabel

    An exhibit of his works through August 5 at the Legion of Honor The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (FAMSF) recently announced their contemporary art program through summer 2018.…

    Writing Children’s Books to Educate Future Generations About Diversity

    Writing Children’s Books to Educate Future Generations About Diversity

    By Lyndsey Schlax– (Editor’s Note: Teacher Lyndsey Schlax of the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts (SOTA) launched the nation’s first on-site high school LGBT course in 2015.…

    Sister Dana sez, “How ironic that First Lady Melania Trump is rallying her ‘Be Best’ campaign against online bullying, while First Ogre President Trump has posted over 450 (and counting) bullying tweets since declaring for that stolen office! Yikes!”

    Sister Dana sez, “How ironic that First Lady Melania Trump is rallying her ‘Be Best’ campaign against online bullying, while First Ogre President Trump has posted over 450 (and counting) bullying tweets since declaring for that stolen office! Yikes!”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity– Sister Dana sez, “How ironic that First Lady Melania Trump is rallying her ‘Be Best’ campaign against online bullying, while First Ogre President Trump has posted over…

    Celebrating NCLR’s Everyday Heroes

    Celebrating NCLR’s Everyday Heroes

    Our 2018 honorees are fighting with us to stop the Trump-Pence transgender military ban  Imagine reading an email from a friend that said how sorry she was and asked if…

    What to Expect at NCLR’s 41st Anniversary Celebration

    What to Expect at NCLR’s 41st Anniversary Celebration

    The Dinner that inspires. The Party that explodes. Glamour It’s called the LGBTQ Party of the Year for a reason. Suits. Gowns. Glitter. Style. Our trendsetters make their own rules.…

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