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    Donna’s Chronicles, “Well, it has been quite a holiday season!”

    Donna’s Chronicles, “Well, it has been quite a holiday season!”

    By Donna Sachet– Well, it has been quite a holiday season! Despite the spectre of COVID looming over the past two years, December burst to life with events both large…

    Returning to Hawaii: The Ultimate Beach—and Food—Vacation

    Returning to Hawaii: The Ultimate Beach—and Food—Vacation

    By David Landis– “Aloha oe! Aloha oe! Until we meet again.” The famous lyrics to Hawaiian Princess Lili’uokalani’s famous 1878 song rang in my head as I returned to Honolulu…

    New Year, New Laws

    New Year, New Laws

    By Assemblymember Phil Ting– As we ring in 2022, the Golden State will take significant steps toward reducing plastic pollution and reforming our criminal justice system—thanks to legislation I authored…

    2021: The Year in Queer Cinema

    2021: The Year in Queer Cinema

    By Gary M. Kramer– Looking back at the year in queer cinema, there were some absolute highlights, like the animated documentary Flee (forthcoming in January), about a gay Afghan man’s…

    Hits and Misses Among 2021 Films, Holiday Favorites On & Off Screen

    Hits and Misses Among 2021 Films, Holiday Favorites On & Off Screen

    By Jan Wahl– This is the time of year when people in the movie reviewing business go crazy. We want to make a top ten list at year’s end, but…

    Missed Always, But with Legacies That Will Live On

    Missed Always, But with Legacies That Will Live On

    By Jan Wahl– He made it to 91, but it will never seem long enough. I guess I fell in love with him during my teen craze with West Side…

    MPact Initiates Leadership Development Training for Latinx Gay, Bisexual, and Trans Men

    MPact Initiates Leadership Development Training for Latinx Gay, Bisexual, and Trans Men

    By Eduardo Morales, Ph.D.– MPact has launched the national Es TIeMPo (Training, Mentorship, Internship, and Peer-Exchange) Leadership Project and released a recommitment to the National Call to Action: addressing the…

    Sharpening the Pencils

    Sharpening the Pencils

    By Jewelle Gomez– We are moving into that fateful period that leads some folks to make January 1st promises to themselves they rarely keep. I prefer to think of this…

    Gift or Regift

    Gift or Regift

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– How are you feeling this mid-December? Are the holidays a gift or a curse? Have you been naughty or nice? Are you feeling Ho Ho Ho…

    Sister Dana sez, “Happy HoliDaze to all, and please try to keep the Spirit of the Season rather than being too overwhelmed with shopping frenzy!”

    Sister Dana sez, “Happy HoliDaze to all, and please try to keep the Spirit of the Season rather than being too overwhelmed with shopping frenzy!”

    Words of Wisdumb from a Fun Nun– By Sister Dana Van Iquity– Sister Dana sez, “Happy HoliDaze to all, and please try to keep the Spirit of the Season rather…