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    Buick Then Competes with Mazda Now

    Buick Then Competes with Mazda Now

    By Philip Ruth– “Wouldn’t you really rather have a Buick?” That jingle debuted in the mid-Sixties. Mazda’s equally sticky slogan debuted about 15 years later: “The more you look, the…

    Inclusive Design Is Good for Business and Requires Inclusive Teams What We Learned Making Wedding Registries Gay-Friendly Before Same-Sex Marriage Was Legal

    By Steven HT Wong– In the early 2000s I was a junior Interaction Designer at Digitas, a hot marketing agency, working on the designs for an online wedding registry for…

    GGBA Member Spotlight: Skyler Brady of Ginger Armor

    GGBA Member Spotlight: Skyler Brady of Ginger Armor

    Skyler Brady is the “ginger” of Ginger Armor, an incredible new sunscreen that is unscented, dries clear, and comes in an ultra-lightweight container that still has 250+ uses per bottle.…

    An Essential Service

    An Essential Service

    By Derek Barnes– Most Californians know that the state has a severe housing problem. We see it everywhere. Over a decade of under-development with a rapidly growing population has created…

    Castro LGBTQ Cultural District Announces New Community Survey Regarding Pride Flag

    Statement Issued by the Castro LGBTQ Cultural District The Castro LGBTQ Cultural District (CQCD) strives to preserve, sustain, and promote the queer history and legacy of the Castro District of…

    Coming Out as Bi in Hopes of Preventing Family Backlash Against ‘Gay’

    Coming Out as Bi in Hopes of Preventing Family Backlash Against ‘Gay’

    By Jason Brock– I was born in a small town in East Texas, and it wasn’t very gay-friendly. I was gay, so that didn’t work out too well. However, somehow…

    Flexibility on the Mat and in Life

    Flexibility on the Mat and in Life

    By Jennifer Kroot and Robert Holgate– Roy Gan is a popular yoga teacher at the Yoga Garden, one of San Francisco’s independent yoga studios. While yoga studios were already having…

    Cocktails With Heather

    Cocktails With Heather

    By Heather Freyer– The first recorded citrus orchard in California dates to 1804 at the San Gabriel Mission, east of Los Angeles. Lisbon, Eureka, and Meyer lemons are the most…

    Eight Ways with Avocados

    Eight Ways with Avocados

    By Debra Morris– Avocados, the quintessential California fruit, are in season! Creamy, versatile, and delicious, they’re one of the state’s most identifiable agricultural products and a summer favorite. In 1871,…

    Sister Dana sez, “Now that Pride Month is over…”

    Sister Dana sez, “Now that Pride Month is over…”

    Words of Wisdumb from a Fun Nun– By Sister Dana Van Iquity– Sister Dana sez, “Now that Pride Month is over, should we stop being proud of being LGBTQ? Absolutely NOT! Queer…

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