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    Women’s History From Lizzo to Hell and Back

    Women’s History From Lizzo to Hell and Back

    By Andrea Shorter– Remember the glorious days and times of Lizzo? It all seems so way back now—the pre-pandemic days when Lizzo was unapologetically taking over the world as the…

    How My Deeply Personal Coming Out Story Wound Up on the National News

    How My Deeply Personal Coming Out Story Wound Up on the National News

    By Christopher Vasquez– I think it’s safe to say that most queer youth don’t imagine their coming out story to take place in the press. It’s very safe to say…

    Donna’s Chronicles, ” When the story of the COVID pandemic is written…”

    Donna’s Chronicles, ” When the story of the COVID pandemic is written…”

    By Donna Sachet– When the story of the COVID pandemic is written, we are confident that an entire chapter will be dedicated to the evolution of masks and other face-coverings.…

    Ann Rostow: Kids Say the Darnedest Things!

    Ann Rostow: Kids Say the Darnedest Things!

    By Ann Rostow– Kids Say the Darnedest Things! Here’s a situation that reminds me why I enjoy legal news. On the surface, it’s a made for TV movie, a little…

    GGBA Message From Leadership: Celebrating Black LGBTQ+ Pioneers

    By Anna Colibri– Black History Month is observed during the shortest month of the year, yet the celebration is such an important one that merits attention all year long. This…

    GGBA Member Spotlight: Andrew Lee of OTIS Dental

    GGBA Member Spotlight: Andrew Lee of OTIS Dental

    As the Founder and CEO of the oral care company OTIS, Andrew Lee is dedicated to protecting the health and beauty of his clients’ smiles. There are many, given the…

    Want to Be a Better Investor? Think Like a Woman

    Want to Be a Better Investor? Think Like a Woman

    By Brandon Miller, CFP– March is Women’s History Month. Like Black History Month, it seems sad that so many people have been erased from U.S. history that we have to…

    Mental Health Services Needed to Treat Emotional Distress During the Pandemic

    Mental Health Services Needed to Treat Emotional Distress During the Pandemic

    By Dr. Marcy Adelman– Jan is a 71-year-old lesbian and a diabetic. She lives alone and prides herself on her independence. She is quick to tell you she is a happily…

    The Profits of Poverty (Part 2)

    The Profits of Poverty (Part 2)

    By Derek Barnes– In last month’s column, we looked at political and economic systems that create the conditions that have institutionalized poverty for over 50M people in the U.S. Let’s…

    Castro Farmers’ Market Re-opens on March 17!

    Castro Farmers’ Market Re-opens on March 17!

    By Debra Morris– The Castro Farmers’ Market is back for the season! Stop by and pick up your greens on March 17—St. Patrick’s Day!—and welcome all your favorite farmers and…

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