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    Ann Rostow: Whither the Transmen?

    Ann Rostow: Whither the Transmen?

    By Ann Rostow– Whither the Transmen? Here’s something I’ve written about many times, which I stopped mentioning in an effort not to belabor the point and annoy my cherished readers.…

    About Our Cover 2.22.24

    Make a positive difference this Black History Month and beyond by supporting LGBTQ+ Black-owned businesses. Two local favorites, featured on the cover of this issue of the San Francisco Bay…

    LGBTQ+ Black Women Leaders to Be Honored on February 23 at The Academy SF

    The San Francisco Bay Times and The Academy SF on Friday, February 23, 2024, will honor dozens of local LGBTQ+ Black women leaders and allies for Black History Month. For…

    Why Generational Wealth Is Important for the LGBTQ+ Community

    Why Generational Wealth Is Important for the LGBTQ+ Community

    By Brandon Miller, CFP– To many people, the idea of generational wealth may seem like something only the capital “K” Kardashians can achieve. But as members of the LGBTQ+ community,…

    Love and Legacy: Crafting an Estate Plan That Reflects Your Deepest Values

    Love and Legacy: Crafting an Estate Plan That Reflects Your Deepest Values

    By Jay Greene, Esq., CPA– Estate planning is a vital step that allows us to shape our legacy and ensure our loved ones are taken care of according to our…

    Revisiting the Winter of Love

    Revisiting the Winter of Love

    By Joanie Juster– I try not to regret missed opportunities, but I will forever regret not going to City Hall 20 years ago when word got out that same-sex marriages…

    The Untold Story About the Founding of AGUILAS

    The Untold Story About the Founding of AGUILAS

    By Eduardo Morales, Ph.D.– In 1991, Latinx LGBTQ community members decided to come together regularly in a meeting room at Saint Francis Lutheran Church at 152 Church Street to discuss…

    Donna’s Chronicles, “If you thought only New Orleans, Sydney, Rio, and Venice celebrate Mardi Gras, think again…”

    Donna’s Chronicles, “If you thought only New Orleans, Sydney, Rio, and Venice celebrate Mardi Gras, think again…”

    By Donna Sachet– If you thought only New Orleans, Sydney, Rio, and Venice celebrate Mardi Gras, think again! Purple, green, and gold beads and balloons and festively dressed celebrants were…

    Memory Keepers Initiative: Centering Black Trans Joy

    Memory Keepers Initiative: Centering Black Trans Joy

    The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus, the nation’s premier queer chorus, will explore local queer history with “Centering Black Trans Joy,” the second program of the Memory Keepers Initiative. Hosted by Co-Executive Directors of the…

    Ballet and Sinatra: A Perfect Match in Michael Smuin’s Rollicking Fly Me to the Moon

    Ballet and Sinatra: A Perfect Match in Michael Smuin’s Rollicking Fly Me to the Moon

    Start spreading the news! Smuin Contemporary Ballet marks its 30th anniversary with a joyful evening that includes Michael Smuin’s beloved Sinatra tribute. An audience and critical favorite since its premiere…

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