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    Filmmaker Recalls Sally Gearhart: ‘She Helped Change the World, and Also Changed Those of Us in Her World’

    Filmmaker Recalls Sally Gearhart: ‘She Helped Change the World, and Also Changed Those of Us in Her World’

    By Deborah Craig– Sally Gearhart was a toweringly brilliant woman I encountered quite by accident. I teach Public Health at SF State and am a filmmaker too. While helping LGBTQ…

    SF State’s Dean of Ethnic Studies Speaks on the Opening Night of the Tokyo Olympics

    SF State’s Dean of Ethnic Studies Speaks on the Opening Night of the Tokyo Olympics

    Dr. Amy Sueyoshi, the Dean of the College of Ethnic Studies at San Francisco State University, was among the guest speakers at Divas & Drinks @ The Academy “Go for…

    Uncoupling Athleticism & Opportunity from Gender

    Uncoupling Athleticism & Opportunity from Gender

    By Jamie Leno Zimron– Like music and art, sports are an integral part of our humanity. Every person deserves to happily inhabit their body, and to have equal access to…

    LGBTQ Older Adult Survey During COVID-19 and the Stay-at-Home Mandate

    LGBTQ Older Adult Survey During COVID-19 and the Stay-at-Home Mandate

    By Dr. Marcy Adelman– At the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020, the city of San Francisco mandated that residents shelter-in-place. It was a stressful time, but some communities and…

    Divas & Drinks and Round About – All Over Town

    Divas & Drinks and Round About – All Over Town

    Divas & Drinks Pride Party for Women @ The Academy Where are the women in the Castro? On Thursday, June 24, many along with allies were at 2166 Market Street…

    Ann Rostow: Breyer Beware

    Ann Rostow: Breyer Beware

    By Ann Rostow– Breyer Beware Writing in The Atlantic, Emma Green delves into the disturbing rightward tilt of the federal judiciary in an article entitled “How Democrats Lost the Courts.”  “The…

    SFGMC Battles Discrimination, Bigotry Following Recent Attacks Against Chorus

    SFGMC Battles Discrimination, Bigotry Following Recent Attacks Against Chorus

    On July 1, not long after the forthcoming retirement of Dr. Tim Seelig was announced, the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus posted a “Message from the Gay Community” to SFGMC TV and…

    California Travel Ban – Adding More Naughty States

    California Travel Ban – Adding More Naughty States

    By Louise “Lou” Fischer– Recently at my day job, I received an email detailing an update to Assembly Bill 1887, which enacted California’s travel ban to states that uphold anti-LGBTQ…

    No License to Discriminate

    No License to Discriminate

    By Stuart Gaffney and John Lewis– Last month, the U.S. Supreme Court held in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia that Catholic Social Services could openly discriminate against same-sex couples while…

    How to Stay Ahead of Rising Inflation

    How to Stay Ahead of Rising Inflation

    By Brandon Miller, CFP– Nothing says we’re back from pandemic isolation quite like … bounce houses. Given how the contagion spreads, it’s not surprising that families avoided jumping in enclosed…

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