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Equality California plans to call on the California Democratic Party to censure a state Senate candidate for what it considers to be homophobic campaign tactics, the Bay Area Reporter has learned.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-San Francisco) on Wednesday blasted a Trump administration proposal out of the Labor Department that would allow federal contractors to discriminate against LGBTQs.
SF mayor, city attorney oppose proposed rule by Trump administration that they say would cause harm to the trans community and others.
On the one-year anniversary of the grisly discovery of Brian Egg's headless torso in a fish tank in his South of Market home, no one has been prosecuted for the homicide.
A new HIV prevention option works well for gay and bisexual men and transgender women and should be approved by the Food and Drug Administration for these populations, according to an expert advisory committee.
Now spin classes and luxe fitness centers have joined the list of politically toxic companies.
San Francisco's only LGBT citywide municipal officeholder is all but assured of re-election this year, as Treasurer-Tax Collector José Cisneros is once again running unopposed. Cisneros, 63, is seeking a fourth four-year term.
An advertising campaign, "Love is Love," launched by the Coca-Cola Company ahead of a progressive music festival in Budapest, Hungary last week has led to political leaders calling for a boycott of the global soft drink company.
Eight new plaques were unveiled in the Castro last week as part of the Rainbow Honor Walk.
Curtain up, light the lights. We've got artistic thrills and delights.
Garrett + Moulton Productions wowed us last Friday night. Their show packed the theater at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts; the audience left exhilarated.
"Love, Antosha" presents a deeply moving portrait of the extraordinary life and death of Russian-American film actor Anton Yelchin.
Audiences attending "House of Joy," opening at the California Shakespeare Theater this week, can expect swashbuckling action, eye-pleasing pageantry and old-time theatrical thrills.
Right now Out There is working alongside two colleagues who also moonlight as well-read gay authors.
"H.M.S. Pinafore" sailed into Walnut Creek earlier this month, beginning a run of four weekend dockings in the Bay Area. San Francisco's famous Lamplighters Music Theatre raises the mainsail on Gilbert & Sullivan's perennial favorite.
Baby-face hunks, lucha libre bears, gay heroes and hilarious heels flew in and out of the ring at the eleventh SF Slam/Wrestling For Charity, the pro wrestling night and fundraiser held at El Toro nightclub on August 8.
'Whadda you wanna do, Marty?' 'I dunno, whadda you wanna do?' Your queries have been answered.
San Francisco bars often serve as more than a space for drinks and entertainment, but also for community gatherings. On a beautiful sunny Sunday afternoon, August 11, two crowds gathered to wish their loved-ones Godspeed.
What is a drag performer or performance worth? The question is at the heart of a movement, still in its infancy, to set a minimum booking fee for drag queens and kings in the Bay Area.
It seems that every day the word compersion makes its way further into daily discourse. While its usage is by no means pervasively common, at least not yet, I've noticed it being uttered verbally or in print much more often lately.
Celebrate summer's end with fog and fun, in or out of bars and nightclubs.