We reject the criticism leveled at the Bay Area Reporter over our decision to publish an opinion piece last week that discussed a timely, topical issue about a mistake, an apology, and anger by the transgender community.
The remark Marshall McPeek, a gay meteorologist at a Sinclair-owned TV station in Ohio, made at this year's NLGJA conference is the here and now.
NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists was concluding a lovely annual convention in Palm Springs last weekend when a nice man said a stupid thing and a lot of other presumably nice, reasonable people became angry.
San Francisco school board candidate Josephine Zhao did the right thing when she announced Monday that she was exiting the race. In fact, had she not done so, this editorial would have called on her to withdraw.
This week's letters to the editor.
For 18 years, law enforcement has told the public, "If you see something, say something." Friends and family if missing gay man Brian Egg did just that, yet police did nothing for months.
We need members on the San Francisco Unified School District Board of Trustees who are effective leaders dedicated to the safety and education of all students.
The state legislative session ends this week, so bills are busily being passed out of the Assembly and Senate on their way to Governor Jerry Brown's desk. There are two bills that we urge Brown to sign.
I was appalled to hear a gay man interviewed during this current presidency, or, as I prefer, "residency," who said: "See, he's been in the White House for months and hasn't done away with gay marriage."