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    Ann Rostow: Ms. Smith Goes to Washington

    Ann Rostow: Ms. Smith Goes to Washington

    By Ann Rostow– Ms. Smith Goes to Washington Has this ever happened to you? You have six hours to write a 2,000-word column about GLBT law and politics. The Supreme…

    About Our Cover, December 1, 2022

    About Our Cover, December 1, 2022

    The first public performance of the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus (SFGMC) took place on November 27, 1978, at an impromptu memorial at San Francisco City Hall for Supervisor Harvey Milk…

    Castro Vigil for Club Q Victims – November 20, 2022

    Castro Vigil for Club Q Victims – November 20, 2022

    On the eve of Transgender Remembrance Day, November 20, a mass shooting occurred at Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Five people were killed and 25 were injured. On the…

    Pulse Memorial to Be Unveiled at the SF LGBT Center on December 7

    The SF LGBT Center and AGUILAS will unveil a new sculpture, Aegis, created to memorialize the 49 victims murdered in a mass shooting at the Orlando, Florida, gay nightclub Pulse;…

    Fasten Your Seatbelts

    Fasten Your Seatbelts

    By Joanie Juster– “Fasten your seatbelts: It’s going to be a bumpy night,” Bette Davis famously growled in All About Eve. Which is my way of saying this week’s column…

    Vigil Commemorating the 44th Anniversary of the Assassinations of Harvey Milk and George Moscone

    Vigil Commemorating the 44th Anniversary of the Assassinations of Harvey Milk and George Moscone

    Photos by Rink In remembrance of the assassinations of Supervisor Harvey Milk and Mayor George Moscone at San Francisco City Hall 44 years ago, the Harvey Milk Democratic Club held…

    Pride and Prejudice in Japan

    Pride and Prejudice in Japan

    By Stuart Gaffney and John Lewis– “Regressive,” “outdated,” and “abusive.” These are three of the words that Human Rights Watch has used to describe Japan’s requirements for transgender people to…

    Rising Inflation Got You Worried? Here’s Why It Could Be a Good Thing

    By Brandon Miller, CFP– When I was a kid, we’d gather around the big table for our extended family Thanksgivings. Older relatives would inevitably lament “back in my day” while…

    The Gift of Estate Planning

    The Gift of Estate Planning

    By Jay Greene, Esq., CPA– What is the best gift you have ever received? Did that gift make you feel happy and appreciated? Gifts are a great way to show…

    Measuring Concerns Over LGBTQ Safety with Travel Plans for the New Year

    Measuring Concerns Over LGBTQ Safety with Travel Plans for the New Year

    By Eduardo Morales, Ph.D.– As 2022 draws to a close, many of us are making plans for the year ahead. Doing so gives us things to look forward to and,…

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