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    ‘Injustice Anywhere Is a Threat to Justice Everywhere’

    ‘Injustice Anywhere Is a Threat to Justice Everywhere’

    By Carolyn Wysinger– As of this writing we are at day 133 of Black Lesbian WNBA Baller Brittney Griner being detained as a political prisoner in Russia. We need to…

    Looking Back on Pivotal LGBTQ+ Moments After Stonewall

    Looking Back on Pivotal LGBTQ+ Moments After Stonewall

    By Eduardo Morales, Ph.D.– Association of Lesbian and Gay Psychologists (ALGP) Advances a Long-Needed Change, 1974 The ALGP, formed in 1973, took the lead in having the American Psychological Association…

    In a Battle for Best City, San Francisco Beats Out Boston

    In a Battle for Best City, San Francisco Beats Out Boston

    By Tabitha Parent– At a college where most of the students hail from Massachusetts, New York, or New Jersey, being a girl from the Golden State is bound to earn…

    Keep Your Sport Guns, But Hell Yeah, I’m Coming for Your Assault Rifles

    Keep Your Sport Guns, But Hell Yeah, I’m Coming for Your Assault Rifles

    By Louise “Lou” Fischer– It’s been almost 10 years since the unfathomable and fully preventable slaughter of 20 young children and six adults in Newtown, Connecticut, and here we are…

    The Progressive Parable

    The Progressive Parable

    By Derek Barnes– Like so many, I often wonder if we are truly moving forward and making progress in ways that lift our humanity. It’s hard to affirmatively answer a…

    Resource Scarcity

    Resource Scarcity

    By Tabitha Parent– (Editor’s Note: This issue of the San Francisco Bay Times launches a new column, Bi-Coastal, which will run through August. It is written by San Franciscan Tabitha…

    #WeAreSacred: Equality Through Hózhó in the Navajo Nation and Beyond

    #WeAreSacred: Equality Through Hózhó in the Navajo Nation and Beyond

    By John Lewis and Stuart Gaffney– Many readers may be unaware that when the Supreme Court established marriage equality across the U.S. in its landmark 2015 Obergefell decision, the ruling…

    Roe v. Wade v. Me

    Roe v. Wade v. Me

    By Jewelle Gomez– It’s disturbing to think and write about my first girlfriend, my older male lover, and my teenaged abortion. I lived the complexity of being a teenaged lesbian…

    Alone in a Crowd

    Alone in a Crowd

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– In one of the many parts of my life, I am fortunate enough to speak to various groups across the country and now via Zoom. The…

    Experience Countries Worldwide Within the San Francisco Bay Area

    Experience Countries Worldwide Within the San Francisco Bay Area

    By Eduardo Morales, Ph.D.– We are very fortunate to live in the San Francisco Bay Area that has a wide variety of places reflecting its different cultures, ethnicities, and walks…

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