Four months after going public with their plans, the board members of the New York City-based American LGBTQ+ Museum have begun the process to hire its first executive director.
Two more LGBTQ groups have endorsed queer social justice attorney Janani Ramachandran ahead of the August 31 runoff race for the East Bay's 18th Assembly District seat.
Proponents of Proposition 8 have to file a brief by August 16 to show they have standing to appeal a district court decision to release tapes of the landmark Perry v. Schwarzenegger trial that led to the resumption of same-sex marriages in California.
San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury was iconic in the late 1960s and early 1970s as the center of the anti-Vietnam War and sexual revolution counterculture.
Marilyn Sarah Robinson, a founding board member of the Transgender Law Center, died June 30, according to friends. She was 60.
Dozens of summer tourists who were among those visiting the gay resort town of Provincetown, Massachusetts over the weekend came back with more than beach memories and a tan: They tested positive for COVID-19 — even though they were fully vaccinated.
Digital supporters of LGBTQ and feminist communities in China were outraged and quickly silenced last week when WeChat permanently wiped out hundreds of profiles overnight without a trace, leading to concerns of a crackdown by the communist government.
Social justice attorney Janani Ramachandran is crying foul over how the California Democratic Party handled its endorsement process in her August 31 runoff race against Mia Bonta for the East Bay's Assembly District 18 seat.
In what one trans activist called "a testament to the power we have as a community," $13 million was appropriated to the Transgender Wellness and Equity Fund in the state budget that California Governor Gavin Newsom signed July 13.
Sally Miller Gearhart, the first out lesbian to receive a tenure-track position at San Francisco State University and a beloved LGBTQ rights advocate, died July 14, according to Jean Crosby, who sent out an email to friends.
Ending more than a year of silence on who's in charge, St. James Infirmary announced July 13 that it is going forward without an executive director as the nonprofit that serves sex workers shifts to a "new, horizontal leadership structure."
Almost 70 LGBTQ and allied community members have signed on to a petition to the city planning commission supporting Grubstake Diner in its planned rebuilding project, which will include the construction of 21 apartments above the Polk Gulch eatery.