Pride Month is here! And with it comes a monthlong excursion navigating coast-to-coast parades to celebrate community, self-affirmation, and a true gathering of family with every facet of the LGBTQ2+ prism.
This week's letters to the editor.
This week's editorial cartoon.
California Governor Gavin Newsom is set to make history as the first sitting governor to march in the San Francisco Pride parade. The LGBT celebration will take place Sunday, June 30.
Residents in San Jose's quaint upscale Willow Glen neighborhood are outraged and disappointed by a controversy that saw Christian flags replace rainbow ones that pedestrians use to cross a busy thoroughfare.
Officials in Paris, a sister city of San Francisco, were joined by Stuart Milk, the gay nephew of the late gay San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk, for the dedication of Harvey Milk Square Wednesday, June 19.
Six years after the owners of the Eagle bar first raised the idea of building a leather-themed plaza, city officials and LGBT community leaders gathered Tuesday, June 18, to break ground on the $1.85 million project.
A series of digital stories about the lives of seven San Francisco transgender people are being published online this month.
When a rainbow flag was raised Monday over the California Capitol, both Governor Gavin Newsom and Equality California, the statewide LGBT advocacy organization, claimed it marked the "first time ever" it had flown over the building.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday side-stepped yet another case pitting religious beliefs hostile to LGBT people against human rights laws that seek to protect them.
After marrying five years ago in a private summer wedding ceremony, Oakland at-large City Councilwoman Rebecca Kaplan and Pamela Rosin divorced last fall. The couple had been together since 2012 after first meeting at Oakland's East Bay Church.
A San Francisco Board of Supervisors panel threw its support Monday behind the creation of an LGBTQ cultural district in the city's Castro neighborhood.