Gay mayoral candidate Mark Leno conceded defeat Wednesday in his bid to become San Francisco's first LGBT mayor.
The California Genealogical Society will hold a class on LGBTQ genealogy Saturday, June 23, from 1 to 3 p.m. at the CGS office and library, 2201 Broadway, lower level, in Oakland.
The Trans and Dyke marches are expected to draw thousands of queers to San Francisco this weekend.
The Bay Area Reporter's arts section blew it last week with a transphobic review of "Man Made," a documentary about transgender male bodybuilders.
Memorial Run hits New York City en route to Paris for Gay Games X.
A gay man collapsed and died Sunday, June 10, while participating in Flagging in the Park at San Francisco's Golden Gate Park.
Glamping - you've probably heard the term, but may not know what it is. The name is a mash-up of camping and glamorous, adding a pleasant gay note to the idea of sleeping in a tent.
New book examines the intersection of drag and camp within the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.
At Richmond's Juneteenth festivities Saturday, the city's lesbian city councilwoman celebrated her come-from-behind win in the June 5 primary.
It's a sad truth that when it comes to disability etiquette and norms, many people and organizations fall short on the awareness scale.
Russia celebrated being awarded the 2014 Winter Olympics by passing laws that banned any supportive statements about gays and lesbians. Now, it's hosting the men's World Cup.
This week's editorial cartoon.
The San Francisco Police Department said this week that it is investigating an alleged attack against a local drag queen as a possible hate crime, according to SFPD spokesman Officer Robert Rueca.
It's Pride Month, and this means a whole lot of people will take to - or have taken to - the streets across the world, festooned in their best rainbow gear.
France will show its pride in San Francisco this weekend.
The 48th annual San Francisco Pride parade will be the first syndicated Pride parade in the world, according to George Ridgely Jr., executive director of the San Francisco LGBT Pride Celebration Committee.
Every year, the San Francisco Pride celebration brings new faces and new entertainment to the multitude of attendees, and most of the action takes place on Sunday with the parade and celebration.
Frida Kahlo Way will soon be the new name of Phelan Avenue, a three-block street that runs through City College of San Francisco's Ocean campus.
A group of LGBT veterinarians will march with Pride this Sunday, under a new name.
The estate of Gilbert Baker is pushing back against claims that he is not the sole creator of the original rainbow flag.
Speak with the gay man who is the new CEO of the Agricultural Institute of Marin and one word you'll hear time and again is "community."