Walt Odets, Ph.D., a gay man and clinical psychologist in private practice in Berkeley, has worked with, and written about, the psychological, developmental, and social lives of gay men for more than three decades.
MoveOn.org's out chief public affairs officer was in San Francisco recently to promote her new book, "Moving Forward: A Story of Hope, Hard Work, and the Promise of America."
She was America's last great literary star, her beautiful, glamorous face adorning popular magazines in the 1960s, photographed by Andy Warhol and Richard Avedon. A new biography looks at Susan Sontag.
Gay investigative journalist Ronan Farrow, whose new book about serial abusers is flying off the shelves, told the Bay Area Reporter Monday that independent reporters are more important than ever.
It has been 25 years since brash gay journalist Randy Shilts died of AIDS.
While aging presents challenges for everyone, LGBT people who plan to grow old in San Francisco will have more than their share of obstacles.
Local attorney Jim Haas has written a book about the history of San Francisco's Civic Center.
It all began with a sleepless night in June 2014. Mason Funk, a writer and producer of nonfiction TV programs for Discovery Channel, A&E, Fox Sports, and others, began reviewing his life from the time he knew he was gay, realizing how much it had changed.
One never knows what treasures they might find in an attic.
Perhaps the best way to characterize Camille Beredjick is atheism with a smile.
For readers bewildered by how to make sense of gender today, a new book by sociologist Arlene Stein, "Unbound: Transgender Men and the Remaking of Identity," recently published by Pantheon Books, follows the journey of four patients.
New book examines the intersection of drag and camp within the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.