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Americans’ views flipped on gay rights. How did minds change so quickly?
Fifty years after the Stonewall riots, the transformation in attitudes toward gay people stands out among social movements, researchers say.
June 08, 2019
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SF's First Black-Owned Gay Bar Offered Refuge from Racism in the '90s Queer Scene
Racism at gay bars prompted Rodney Barnette to open the Eagle Creek Saloon, a story his daughter Sadie Barnette is resurfacing at the Lab.
June 06, 2019
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Legends of San Francisco: The Elders of Drag Who Are Still Working It
As drag cultures enters the mainstream, four iconic queens in San Francisco's rapidly gentrifying Mission District keeps its punk ethos alive.
May 02, 2019
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Frameline 2019: Vita & Virginia Opens San Francisco LGBT Film Festival
Elizabeth Debicki's Virginia Woolf biopic will open the 43rd annual queer film festival, which announced its early lineup today.
May 02, 2019
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San Francisco could become the first US city to eliminate new HIV infections
President Donald Trump pledged in his State of the Union speech that the U.S. will “eliminate the HIV epidemic … within 10 years.” San Francisco is in position to get there first.
April 02, 2019
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First Ever Transgender Cultural District Co-Founded By #XLBossLady Aria Sa'id
Aria Sa'id is the youngest of a trio of trans women who founded the world's first transgender cultural district in San Francisco's Tenderloin. I was interested in talking with Sa'id about being a young plus-size executive.
February 27, 2019
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San Francisco Creates World's First Ever Transgender Cultural District
Honey Mahogany walked down 6th Street in San Francisco, pointing to single room occupancy hotels, the dance and performance space Counterpulse, and gay bars, OMG and Aunt Charlie’s Lounge. She passed by the Golden Gate Theatre where A Bronx Tale was playing and came to site of the former all-night diner, Gene’s Compton Cafeteria (now transitional housing), where in August 1966 a trans woman threw ...
December 11, 2018
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40 Years After The Assassination Of Harvey Milk, LGBT Candidates Find Success
In this month's midterm elections, Colorado elected the nation's first openly gay Governor. Voters across the country sent a record number of LGBT candidates to Congress. These come 40 years after the assassination of the first openly gay elected official in California — Harvey Milk.
November 27, 2018
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The Queer Gym Founder Nathalie Huerta on LGBTQ-friendly Spaces and What She Learned From Ayahuasca
The owner of Oakland's queer-friendly gym believes that boring means consistency, and consistency means success.
October 10, 2018
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Oakland celebrates Pride with 'love, community, resistance'
The parade and festival drew thousands of people, both participants and spectators, to downtown Oakland.
September 10, 2018
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The Queer Gym Is A Safe & Inclusive Space For The LGBTQ Community To Honor Their Bodies
>Going to the gym can make even the most confident people feel like they're back in junior high gym class, and this is particularly true for some members of the LGBTQ community. "Basically, the gay-er I looked, the weirder going to the gym got,"…
August 21, 2018
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Community Celebrates San Francisco's New Leather and LGBTQ Cultural District
Members of San Francisco's LGBTQ community gathered in the South of Market neighborhood to celebrate the city's new Leather and LGBTQ Cultural District.
August 20, 2018
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Pride at Work - LGBTQ Business Owners Make Their Mark in Silicon Valley
Out LGBTQ business owners have distinct resources available to them, like chambers of commerce or other professional associations. They can get certified as a diverse supplier, allowing them to be treated as a minority-owned company during a corporation's procurement process. And they can tap into an LGBTQ customer base that actively seeks out companies that look like them.
August 18, 2018
  
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Last gay bar in the Tenderloin never a drag
“Cowboy Bob!” they shout. A silhouetted figure, slightly hunched and topped with something akin to a park ranger’s hat, enters out of the bright daylight into the small, cramped space that sits at the eastern edge of The Tenderloin on Turk Street. A regular has arrived at Aunt Charlie’s Lounge, bearing a boxed dinner from Popson’s from around the corner on Market Street, a gift for Gabriel, the me...
August 17, 2018
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Olivia Records’ Judy Dlugacz and Cris Williamson to Receive Americana Jack Emerson Lifetime Achievement Award for Executive
Pioneering record label founders to be honored at the 17th Americana Honors & Awards, September 12 in Nashville, Tennessee - The Americana Music Association® names Judy Dlugacz and Cris Williamson, two of the Olivia Records founders, as recipients of the 2018 Jack Emerson Lifetime Achievement Award for Executive. The honor will be presented to Judy and Cris at the 17th annual Americana Honors ...
July 20, 2018
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SF police union gets openly gay leader and a new style, at last
An openly gay leader of the San Francisco Police Officers Association should seem unremarkable in a city synonymous with celebrating LGBTQ people. But it’s a big deal for anyone who...
July 15, 2018
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Young, Gay ... and Homeless, But Planning a Future in Genetic Engineering
Tyler Cook, 24, lives on the brink in the Tenderloin neighborhood, but he envisions a big future.
June 30, 2018
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2018 San Francisco Pride: Mamma Mia! Yes we went again!
“The 2018 San Francisco Pride Parade was a mile of smiles. I heard that on the news and I thought it was the best way to describe last Sunday’s parade,” said Kelley Cayton, Director of Business Assurance at Comcast and Executive Sponsor of Comcast California’s OUT Employee Resource Group.
June 28, 2018
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Dr. Tim Seelig, San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus Artistic Director, Guest Conducts The Mormon
Last night in front of approximately 2,400 concertgoers, Dr. Tim Seelig, Artistic Director of the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus (SFGMC), served as guest conductor at the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square concert at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California. Seelig stepped onto the conductor's podium to lead the Choir and Orchestra in the encore number, "This La...
June 27, 2018
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6 Queer Latinx on How They Formed Their Own Communities in San Francisco
Nicknamed the “gay capital of the world," San Francisco is known worldwide for being an anchor for the LGBTQ and historically marginalized communities.
June 26, 2018
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Pride Parade brings SF together in celebration of LGBT rights
Thousands marched up Market Street on Sunday and thousands more gathered along the barricades in a display of rainbows and resistance for the 48th annual LGBT Pride Parade in San »
June 25, 2018
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The Giants host their 16th Annual LGBT Night at the yard tonight
Tonight, the Giants spotlight the LGBT+ community with their 16th annual LGBT Night. Sixteen years doesn’t seem like it has been that long, but when you think back to what things were lik
June 23, 2018
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BWW Interview: Andrew Lippa premieres UNBREAKABLE with the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus at Nourse Theater
This weekend marks the world premiere of UNBREAKABLE, an original work by composer and lyricist Andrew Lippa, co-commissioned by a nationwide consortium of ten gay choruses and featuring Lisa Vroman, Britney Coleman, and Marcus J. Paige.
June 22, 2018
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Is Gilbert Baker’s rainbow gay pride flag still radical at 40, or are we over it?
In the summer of 1978, Gilbert Baker created a rainbow flag as a decoration for San Francisco's Gay Freedom Day Parade. Now, 40 years later, the late artist and activist's flag has become a global symbol for the gay community - a unifying force far beyond the city. In June 2018, San Francisco is awash in the six colors of the flag's rainbow. In the Castro district and downtown along Market Street,...
June 22, 2018
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