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    LGBTQ+ Welcoming Mammoth Lakes: Closer Than You Think

    LGBTQ+ Welcoming Mammoth Lakes: Closer Than You Think

    By John Chen– I recently took a winter wonderland trip to Mammoth Lakes to frolic in, on, and around all the amazing fresh powder the Eastern Sierras received through mid-February.…

    The San Francisco Cougars Roar to Victory Both On and Off the Softball Field

    The San Francisco Cougars Roar to Victory Both On and Off the Softball Field

    By Anthony “Tony” Robbins– In 2003 I served as a member of the Castro Country Club (CCC) Community Advisory Board (CAB) and one day, while standing on the top step looking at…

    Spring Has Sprung

    Spring Has Sprung

    By Joanie Juster– There may still be snow on the ground in other parts of the country, but in San Francisco magnolia trees are working hard to outdo each other…

    Antonio Aguilar-Karayianni: A Longtime LGBTQ+ Advocate in San Francisco

    Antonio Aguilar-Karayianni: A Longtime LGBTQ+ Advocate in San Francisco

    By Eduardo Morales, Ph.D.– One of our unsung heroes in the Bay Area is J. Antonio Aguilar-Karayianni, M.A. He has worked in a variety of health and service promotion agencies…

    Donna’s Chronicles, “In keeping with our established reputation…”

    Donna’s Chronicles, “In keeping with our established reputation…”

    By Donna Sachet– In keeping with our established reputation for willingness to cut ribbons wherever requested, we recently attended the grand opening of Gyros & Tzatziki on 24th Street at…

    Liam’s Love List

    Liam’s Love List

    By Liam P. Mayclem — Cupid is in the air full throttle this time of year. For me, though, love should be showered upon your amore every single day of…

    Queer Comedians of the Past and Present

    Queer Comedians of the Past and Present

    By Jewelle Gomez– I have wanted to write about Queer comedians for a while, especially since, early in my career, I made the mistake of saying in print that white…

    Sin City Classic: The World’s Largest LGBTQ+ Annual Sports Festival

    Sin City Classic: The World’s Largest LGBTQ+ Annual Sports Festival

    By John Chen– Over this past Martin Luther King (MLK) holiday weekend, I and nearly 10,000 gay athletes landed in Las Vegas to participate in the world’s largest annual LGBTQ+…

    Renato M. Talhadas and His Importance to the LGBTQ+ Community

    Renato M. Talhadas and His Importance to the LGBTQ+ Community

    By Eduardo Morales, Ph.D.– An important contributor to the LGBTQ+ movement is Renato M. Talhadas, MFT, APCC, MADC. He was born and raised in Brazil and spent some of his…

    Let the Sunshine In

    Let the Sunshine In

    By Joanie Juster– As a lifelong Californian, I’m used to long periods of drought, punctuated by wildly dramatic periods of torrential rains that burst the banks of rivers and send…