A Starbucks union organizer and UC Santa Cruz student aims to be California's first nonbinary state legislator.
Pridefest Oakland organizers have released new information about their planned September 11 street festival, which replaces the previous event held by the Oakland Pride organization.
In Watertown, South Dakota, on April 25, Calvin Hillesland, a German teacher at Watertown High School, handed letters to four trans and nonbinary students.
Among the non-incumbent LGBTQ Democratic candidates seeking U.S. House seats on the West Coast this year, gay Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia has proved to be the most adept at raising money for his bid.
Mayor London Breed could double LGBTQ representation on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors with her nomination to fill the soon-to-be-vacant District 6 seat.
Queer LifeSpace, an LGBTQ+ mental health provider, will celebrate its 10th anniversary with an outdoor party Saturday, May 7, from noon to 5 p.m. on the rooftop patio at 620 Jones Street in San Francisco.
The late psychiatrist Dr. John Fryer will be celebrated May 2, the 50th anniversary of his speech — delivered anonymously — at the American Psychiatric Association's conference.
San Marino, the world's oldest republic, appointed the world's first gay head of state when Paolo Rondelli was named one of two captains regent.
High school government and history teacher Gary Blenner may be a long shot candidate to be elected California secretary of state this year.
The Louise Lawrence Transgender Archive in Vallejo was damaged last month after a driver plowed into the converted garage that houses it and reportedly fled, while the founder is expressing support as she works to have the building repaired.
Over the last few weeks, anti-transgender and general anti-LGBTQ animus has reached a fever pitch.
Members of LGBTQ and other minority business associations have expressed disappointment at a recent court decision that has ruled a California law aimed at increasing diversity on corporate boards is unconstitutional.