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    Chef Martin Yan Cuts Up a Chicken in 37 Seconds for The Gay Gourmet

    Chef Martin Yan Cuts Up a Chicken in 37 Seconds for The Gay Gourmet

    Acclaimed Chef Martin Yan recently cut up a chicken in 37 seconds for The Gay Gourmet for the San Francisco Bay Times, David Landis. Chef Yan, who will soon open…

    Valentine’s Day – Plus Cooking With Chef Martin Yan

    Valentine’s Day – Plus Cooking With Chef Martin Yan

    By David Landis– It’s time once again to celebrate love. In our LGBTQ+ community, isn’t that the message we preach every day? But on Valentine’s Day, it’s time to celebrate…

    As If It Were Forever – Audre Lorde (1934–1992)

    As If It Were Forever – Audre Lorde (1934–1992)

    By Jewelle Gomez– Audre Lorde’s voice was both imperious and seductive. At poetry readings, the music of her Caribbean and New York City tones drew me toward her as her…

    Remembering the Day I Married My Husband During the Winter of Love

    Remembering the Day I Married My Husband During the Winter of Love

    By William “Bill” F. Wilson– February 12, 2004: We didn’t know when we woke up that morning that it would be our wedding day, but it turned out to be…

    Kate Kendell, a Leader in the Fight for Marriage Equality, Reflects on the Winter of Love and Its Legacy

    Kate Kendell, a Leader in the Fight for Marriage Equality, Reflects on the Winter of Love and Its Legacy

    Kate Kendell, Esq., was at the heart of San Francisco’s Winter of Love in nearly all respects. Now the Chief of Staff for The California Endowment, Kendell in 2004 was…

    My 2023 Manic Travels in Review, Part One

    My 2023 Manic Travels in Review, Part One

    By John Chen– 2023 was an exciting traveling year for me. The pandemic finally ended so it was time to breathe some fresh air, see and hear new sights and…

    Transgender Rights at the Supreme Court

    Transgender Rights at the Supreme Court

    By John Lewis and Stuart Gaffney– Two weeks ago, we reported on brave trans youth, their parents, and a physician who are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to hear their…

    News You Can Use

    News You Can Use

    By Joanie Juster– I long ago stopped making New Year’s resolutions—I’m lazy, I like chocolate, and the resolutions rarely lasted half a day. But on a less formal basis, I’m…

    In 2024, Stay Engaged!

    In 2024, Stay Engaged!

    By Pau Crego– 2024 is off to a sobering start in terms of anti-trans/LGBTQI+ proposed legislation. As of this writing nearly four weeks into the new year, 321 anti-trans bills…

    The Gay Gourmet Visits UMI by Vikram Garg in Honolulu

    The Gay Gourmet Visits UMI by Vikram Garg in Honolulu

    David Landis, “The Gay Gourmet,” is based here in San Francisco, but with his husband Sean Dowdall he recently visited one of his favorite cities, Honolulu, Hawaii. In the latest…