The board of trustees for City College of San Francisco is expected to endorse state legislation that would outlaw deadnaming public college students on their diplomas and other ac... Read More »
The CEO of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation will be stepping down in May so that he can succeed the current CEO of the Los Angeles LGBT Center next year, both organizations announ... Read More »
Binational Taiwanese same-sex couples' marriages and international weddings might soon be legally recognized in Taiwan, the Judicial Yuan announced January 22. Read More »
No one who's lived in Richmond, Virginia during the past fifty years will ever forget Dirtwoman. Donnie Corker was a colorful, counter-culture drag character in a town that is... Read More »
A decade ago, I had a rare opportunity. Rushed onto a flight in the middle of the week, I made my way to Washington, D.C. I had been asked, quite at the last moment, to go to the White House to discuss transgender issues.
It may be premature to declare President Joe Biden's executive order repealing former President Donald Trump's odious transgender military ban a "victory," as some news outlets have reported
Bay Area American Indian Two-Spirits will celebrate its 10th annual powwow with a week of virtual events, allowing many more people to help commemorate the milestone.
The giant leather pride flag that flew over the nearly finished Eagle Plaza in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood was so frayed by the wind that it was quietly removed late last year.
Lee Mentley, the self-described "Princess of Castro Street," died January 20 at his home in Sonora, California. He was 72.
This week's letters to the editor.
California state Senator John Laird is authoring a bill aimed at improving the social services HIV-positive seniors can access.
For the first time in nearly four decades operators of traditional gay bathhouses can once again seek permits to open in San Francisco.
A gay Black San Francisco firefighter is suing the city, alleging discrimination against him on account of his race and sexual orientation.
'Chickaboom!, the 2020 album by Tami Neilson, the self-described "hot rockin' lady of country, rockabilly and soul," Reigning queen of hip-hop soul Mary J. Blige's new remixes and other women musicians are bringing new and classic sounds.
GLAAD's report on LGBT representation on TV shows isn't great news, but some show's new seasons bring us a bi Batwoman, Zoey's singing gay pals and Dan Levy hosting 'SNL.'
The touring concert 'Violins of Hope' brought a collection of instruments retrieved and restored from the Holocaust, to Northern California a year ago. One of the most memorable concerts in the triumphant tour is now available as a download and CD.
Noted radical social thinker and Columbia gender studies professor Jack Halberstam's reputation precedes him, and his new creative exploration of desire reinforces his thought process behind how human sexuality becomes attracted to everything "wild."
Straight Colin Firth is playing gay again, in Harry Macqueen's 'Supernova,' and given his empathetic role, with Stanley Tucci as his husband, this time could potentially snag his second Oscar.
The short film 'Hazte Sentir (Make Yourself Heard)' documents a moment in the lives of LGBT refugees in Manaus, the largest city in Brazil's Amazonas state. Cineola and Frameline share the collaborative film free online.
The members of a San Francisco supervisors' panel are recommending that their colleagues start the process to landmark a gay-owned bar in the city's South of Market district.
Celebrate the winter of our new content; arts, nightlife and community events to amuse, perplex and enrich your days and nights.
A decision on whether the two South of Market leather-themed street fairs will proceed in person in 2021 will be made following a meeting next week between the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency and Folsom Street Events.
Inaugurate your new year with arts, nightlife and community events online, or go outside to stroll/roll through a park. you deserve it.
Despite our astoundingly difficult times, fans and patrons of LGBTQ Bay Area bars and nightclubs were extraordinarily generous to multiple fundraising efforts in 2020, donating nearly $400,000. You can still donate to help your favorite venues survive.
Amid tumultuous terrifying times, find relief, get informed, or just amused for a while, with arts, nightlife and community events.