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Do Polls Exaggerate the Challenges for a Gay Presidential Candidate?
They have a poor record on predicting behavior around social issues and disfavored groups.
December 04, 2019
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‘Digging your heroes out of trash cans’: Spotlighting gay writers who died of AIDS

Flyers reading “Have You Seen This Man?” were plastered around San Francisco when gay poet Karl Tierney disappeared in 1995. Now those words are the title of the first collection of his work.
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December 01, 2019

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SF Lives: Learning what a gay man could do and be

Moisés Garcia wasn’t alive at the time The City was shaken by its tragic events of 41 years ago
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November 24, 2019

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What happened when a gay choir toured America's Bible belt
David Charles Rodrigues’ documentary, Gay Chorus Deep South, follows the group through a region fully entrenched in Trumpism
November 21, 2019
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Filmmaker Scott J. Ramsey’s Erotic Queer Thriller “X” Gets San Francisco Premiere

Filmmaker Scott J. Ramsey has a lot to be happy about these days. His directorial debut “X” is receiving its San Francisco premiere at Another Hole In the Head Film Fest on December 3rd, 2019.
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November 15, 2019

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San Francisco's Transgender Film Festival Explores Life Beyond the Gender Binary
The San Francisco Transgender Film Festival returns to the Roxie Theater this November for its 23rd year.
October 24, 2019
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Mill Valley’s LGBTQ population finds acceptance and faces new challenges
At Mill Valley, students are inclusive, but there’s still a long way to go.
October 17, 2019
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Comedian Robert Parra on family and growing up as a gay Latino in a Catholic household
Comedian Robert Parra spoke to ABC7 about his journey in comedy, where he is now on the road to helping others, and how he overcame societal pressures in order to be who he truly is.
October 05, 2019
  
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Dykes With Drills Are Building Inclusivity Into the Construction Industry
The Bay Area-based group is helping women, transgender, and gender nonconforming people feel at home in the trades industry, one project at a time.
September 24, 2019
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Viral Social Media Post Helps Artist Locate Man He Painted in San Francisco Pride Portrait
Artist Robert Lange used social media to locate the man who was the inspiration behind a portrait he painted after San Francisco's Pride celebration--and it took mere hours.
September 05, 2019
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A Center of Our Own | The Queer & Trans Issue
As the Oakland LGBTQ Community Center approaches its second anniversary on September 7, it has raised more than $500,000 to keep the doors open and provide support for the community. More than 8,000 people have visited, and the center's programming has grown to meet their needs. It now hosts more than 30 support groups; community-building activities for youth; provides space for queer artists and ...
August 28, 2019
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Filmmaker Nicole Conn World Premieres “More Beautiful for Having Been Broken”
Multiple-Award winning filmmaker, Nicole Conn is world premiering her brand new film, “More Beautiful For Having Been Broken” at Frameline.
June 24, 2019
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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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