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    AGUILAS Staff Is Here to Help During the Holidays and Beyond

    AGUILAS Staff Is Here to Help During the Holidays and Beyond

    By Eduardo Morales, Ph.D.– The holiday season can generate a variety of feelings and emotions. At AGUILAS, we continue to provide individual counseling sessions and group interventions in English, Spanish,…

    This Is What an Old Lesbian Looks Like

    This Is What an Old Lesbian Looks Like

    By Jewelle Gomez– The title of this piece is emblazoned on t-shirts of the members of Old Lesbians Organizing for Change (OLOC). When I wear it, the shirt gets many…

    F1 Racing Wrap Up, 49ers Charging Up, and Rivalry Week in College Football

    F1 Racing Wrap Up, 49ers Charging Up, and Rivalry Week in College Football

    By Colby Michaels– F1 Grand Prix Season Wrap Up In auto racing news, the final F1 Grand Prix (GP) race of the season was the inaugural F1 GP race on…

    San Francisco Fog Rugby Players Get Naked to Welcome 2024

    San Francisco Fog Rugby Players Get Naked to Welcome 2024

    By John Chen– “For the first time ever, Fog Rugby plans to release a sexy 2024 Calendar to help increase our football club’s visibility, promote our amazing sport, raise body…

    Revitalizing Efforts to Bring an End to the HIV/AIDS Epidemic

    Revitalizing Efforts to Bring an End to the HIV/AIDS Epidemic

    By John Cunningham One of my closest friends, Joe, was a bright light for all who knew him. He warmed their lives and impacted mine in a way few others…

    Poverty Epidemic

    Poverty Epidemic

    By Derek Barnes– Most people think of poverty as being poor resulting from the lack of money and conjure up images tied to communities of color. A more nuanced definition…

    Remembering Eleanor

    Remembering Eleanor

    By Monica Palacios– It is with profound sadness that I announce the passing of my beautiful, dynamic, hilarious, chingona older sister Eleanor Cruz Palacios. She gracefully flew into the sky…

    Mourning and Remembering

    Mourning and Remembering

    By Pau Crego Every year on November 20, people around the world commemorate the Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) by coming together to mourn and remember the trans siblings who…

    Zoom Zoom! Grand Prix Racing Arrives in Las Vegas

    Zoom Zoom! Grand Prix Racing Arrives in Las Vegas

    By Colby Michaels– Formula One (F1) Grand Prix (GP) racing is one of the fastest-growing sports in the U.S. and is already a worldwide phenomenon. Here I will provide a…

    Gay Games XI in Guadalajara

    Gay Games XI in Guadalajara

    Photos by Nguyen Pham Gay Games XI, profiled in the previous issue of the San Francisco Bay Times, took place earlier this month simultaneously in two international cities: Hong Kong…