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    Bye, Bye, Bi-Coastal, and Hello, Chicago!

    Bye, Bye, Bi-Coastal, and Hello, Chicago!

    By Tabitha Parent– San Francisco? Check. Boston? Check. If you’ve followed along this summer, you’ll know that I’m now adding yet another international, cosmopolitan city to the list of places…

    Ready to Hit the Ground Running and Deliver for District 6 and San Francisco

    Ready to Hit the Ground Running and Deliver for District 6 and San Francisco

    By Honey Mahogany– I have a deep love for San Francisco. I believe that this city is one of the most magical, beautiful places in the world. This is the…

    OMG Osaka! Rainbow Festa 2022

    OMG Osaka! Rainbow Festa 2022

    By John Lewis– “Oh My God Osaka!” Those were the words I heard belted out joyously from the stage at the recent annual Rainbow Festa (or Osaka Pride) on October…

    Progressive Measures by and for Those Who Work in San Francisco

    Progressive Measures by and for Those Who Work in San Francisco

    By Avery Yu and Jen Snyder– They say in politics you can judge someone by their enemies as much as by their friends. That’s why at Red Bridge Strategies, where…

    Celebrity Cruises for 2023: Pride Party at Sea, LGBTQ+ Caribbean Cruise, Same-Sex Weddings

    Celebrity Cruises for 2023: Pride Party at Sea, LGBTQ+ Caribbean Cruise, Same-Sex Weddings

    Celebrity Cruises has a long history of supporting the LGBTQ+ community. Celebrity, for example, has been the presenting sponsor for Miami Beach Pride for several years. In January 2018, Celebrity…

    Coming Out of the Coffin

    Coming Out of the Coffin

    By Jewelle Gomez– Lesbians have been thinking about eternal life ever since Sheridan Le Fanu’s vampire novella Carmilla was published in 1872. Then Anne Rice’s 1976 novel, Interview with the…

    Brett Andrews Reflects on His Decades of Service at PRC Following the Announcement of His Retirement

    Brett Andrews Reflects on His Decades of Service at PRC Following the Announcement of His Retirement

    By Donna Sachet– Positive Resource Center (PRC) has evolved from years of dedicated volunteers and professionals, trying to address some of the problems that still confront our LGBTQ+ Community and…

    LGBTQ Photographer Bill Wilson’s Images of Queen Elizabeth II

    LGBTQ Photographer Bill Wilson’s Images of Queen Elizabeth II

    Photos by Bill Wilson–San Francisco Bay Times contributing photographer and longstanding LGBTQ community member Bill Wilson was based in Washington, D.C., in 1976 when Queen Elizabeth II came to the…

    Test Your LGBTQ+ Latinx Knowledge for National Hispanic Heritage Month

    Test Your LGBTQ+ Latinx Knowledge for National Hispanic Heritage Month

    By Eduardo Morales, Ph.D.– Introduced by Congressperson George E. Brown in June of 1968, National Hispanic Heritage Month has a mission to highlight, appreciate, and celebrate the colorful cultures, history,…

    Political Cartoons of LGBTQ and Social Justice Activist Leslie Ewing on Display for First Time

    Political Cartoons of LGBTQ and Social Justice Activist Leslie Ewing on Display for First Time

    By Joanie Juster– Leslie Ewing’s résumé reads like a roll call of activism and social justice movements of the past four decades, featuring leadership roles at the NAMES Project AIDS…