France's LGBT expert Frederic Potier is working to reduce hate crimes against the country's queer community and improve LGBT lives throughout France.
Oakland recently served as an example to the entire country on what intersectionality means in practice by bringing together activists from all over the Bay Area to defend not only a city, but the memory of one of its lost daughters.
Federal judge rules in favor of trans student; another federal judge tosses lawsuit in Oregon; HRC issues coming out resource guide for LGBTQ APIs.
Gay California insurance commissioner candidate sitting on more campaign cash than his straight opponent ahead of fall election.
Lesbian at-large Oakland City Councilwoman Rebecca Kaplan is seeking to be hired to lead the Bay Area's regional transportation agency, the Bay Area Reporter has learned.
The Agricultural Institute of Marin has received a second year of funding for the California Nutrition Incentive Program, or CNIP.
When 10,000-plus athletes and artists march into Stade Jean Bouin Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Paris time, it will be a triumph of persistence and stamina on every level.
Despite the 2016 legalization of recreational cannabis in California, the state still bans the use of pot in, or with, food served in restaurants or other public spaces.
I recently happened upon a photo from 1921. In it, a quartet of people stands outside an imposing stone structure.
The Dixon City Council decided not to strip Vice Mayor Ted Hickman of his title at its meeting last week after he sparked national outrage for calling for a "Straight Pride American Month," or SPAM, and using derogatory terms to refer to gay men.
If Adam Spickler is victorious in his bid this November for a seat on the Cabrillo Community College Board of Trustees, he could become the first transgender man to be elected to public office in California.
There are some things we know about the Gay Games before they occur every four years.