Issue:  Vol. 46 / No. 6 / 11 February 2016
 
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Raucous meeting over
sex offender site

After a rowdy and raucous Duboce Triangle Neighborhood Association community meeting Monday, the owners of a for-profit chain of sexual offender rehabilitation clinics promised to delay their plans to move into an empty storefront at 100 Church Street. (read more)

SF readies condom campaigns to reduce STDs

Use a condom messaging is again being rolled out in San Francisco. (read more)

Rehab rep blames Wiener for backlash

In a tersely worded email, a co-founder of Sharper Future, the sex offender rehabilitation group whose lack of outreach has stirred outrage... (read more)

Knoller loses legal bid,
plans appeal

The attorney for Marjorie Knoller plans to appeal the decision of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that refused to overturn... (read more)

Couple in trans attack
backtracks on pleas

A San Francisco couple accused of attacking a transgender woman late last year want to withdraw the guilty pleas they entered in the case. (read more)

Group gets pissy about pissoir

A bathroom-obsessed, anti-LGBT group based in Sacramento is threatening San Francisco officials with a lawsuit if they don't remove the recently installed pissoir... (read more)

Heart art includes gay artist, LGBT themes

A gay artist and gay themes are part of this year's Hearts in San Francisco series and the 2016 sculptures will debut next week... (read more)

Child abduction case could affect binational parents

The first international same-sex parental abduction case could affect children's and parental rights... (read more)

Sanders, Trump rack up big wins in New Hampshire

LGBT news out of the New Hampshire presidential primary this week was both familiar and bizarre. (read more)

Actor-singer Aaron Wimmer dies

Shock waves reverberated throughout the Bay Area's theater and LGBT communities when news spread of the sudden, unexpected death of Aaron Wimmer on February 2. (read more)

Political Notebook: SF could see no out supervisor come 2017

For the first time in nearly four decades, there is a remote possibility of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors... (read more)

News Briefs: Leno, Lee hold Lunar New Year parties

Local politicians will ring in the Lunar New Year with parties, celebrating the Year of the Monkey. (read more)

Business Briefs: No love lost between Castro merchants and Super Bowl

The Super Bowl 50 halftime show ended with the crowd... (read more)

Online Extra: Political Notes: CA Dems to take up trans bathroom access

Bathroom access for transgender individuals will be taken up... (read more)

Through Always Too Much, lesbian author hopes to help others

The lesbian author of a recently published book about her struggles with food and her sexuality is coming to the Bay Area. (read more)


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