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By John Ferrannini | January 25, 2021

A gay Black San Francisco firefighter is suing the city, alleging discrimination against him on account of his race and sexual orientation.

By Matthew S. Bajko | January 25, 2021

The members of a San Francisco supervisors' panel are recommending that their colleagues start the process to landmark a gay-owned bar in the city's South of Market district.


By John Ferrannini | January 25, 2021

San Francisco will allow some businesses to reopen Thursday, January 28, as it expects to move into the state's purple COVID-19 tier, Mayor London Breed announced at a January 25 virtual news conference.

By Roger Brigham | January 25, 2021

Organizers of the 2022 Gay Games in Hong Kong attending the Federation of Gay Games' annual assembly January 24 projected optimism that Gay Games XI will be held safely despite ongoing concerns about the effects of the pandemic and other issues.


By Matthew S. Bajko | January 25, 2021

A national panel is pledging to work with California officials on addressing the lack of data about how COVID-19 is impacting the LGBTQ community.

By Liz Highleyman | January 25, 2021

The federal Food and Drug Administration has approved Cabenuva, the first complete long-acting injectable HIV regimen that does not require daily pills.


By Cynthia Laird | January 25, 2021

President Joe Biden on Monday signed an executive order repealing the ban on transgender troops serving in the military.

By Matthew S. Bajko | January 25, 2021

A record number of California Democratic lawmakers were dinged on the 2020 legislative scorecard released by a statewide LGBTQ advocacy organization.


By Chris Johnson, Washington Blade | January 22, 2021

First lady Jill Biden on Friday visited the Washington, D.C.-based Whitman-Walker Health HIV/AIDS clinic, marking a distinct change for a new administration within its first 48 hours after inauguration.

By Ed Walsh | January 22, 2021

Ghost Ship master tenant Derick Almena pleaded guilty Friday (January 22) to 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter in connection with the Oakland warehouse fire that killed 36 people, including three who identified as transgender, on December 2, 2016.


By Kendra Klang and Eric Jansen | January 22, 2021

Can we have civil civic discourse in these fractious times? Manny Yekutiel, activist and owner of the eponymous cafe, bookstore, and civic events space in San Francisco's Mission district, passionately believes so.

By Matthew S. Bajko | January 21, 2021

California officials are accusing a little known panel of impeding the health of LGBTQ Americans.


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