A new web-based app will make it easier for Black LGBTQ people to find safer spaces.
The International AIDS Society has announced that its AIDS 2022 conference will take place in-person in Montreal, Canada and virtually next summer.
Several key elections with LGBTQ candidates on the ballots are playing out in Chile, Mexico, and Vietnam just in time for Pride Month.
When longtime cannabis pioneer Wayne Justmann recently invited me to join him at Moe Green's cannabis lounge, it was the first I'd heard that San Francisco's onsite lounges were reopening after a 14-month COVID-related closure.
This Pride season, I have a new enamel pin on my jacket, displaying the five stripes of the transgender pride flag. They are within the shape of Mickey Mouse's head.
Various Bay Area cities will be kicking off Pride Month next week with flag raising ceremonies the morning of June 1. Other municipalities will follow suit on subsequent days of the month.
A Queen tribute band will return to this year's in-person San Mateo County Fair and headline Family Pride Day Sunday, June 6.
The Philippine Commission on Human Rights and the national police vow justice for the killing earlier this month of online personality Ebeng Mayor, a transgender man.
GLAAD recently announced the findings of its first-ever index of LGBTQ user safety on social media, determining that Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube are "effectively unsafe" due to harassment and misinformation of the queer community.
LGBTQ advocates are pushing a federal agency to include the collection of sexual orientation and gender identity among patients' health records when it releases an update this summer.
Over his four-year run as a political columnist for the Bay Area Reporter, Harvey Milk unabashedly took on local, state, and national politicians and San Francisco special interest groups.
After holding a virtual event last year due to the COVID pandemic, San Francisco LGBTQ leaders are once again hosting an in-person celebration to mark Harvey Milk Day this year.