The state Legislature has been in session for only a couple of weeks and already, a state Senate committee has failed on intersex rights, voting down Senate Bill 201, which would have protected body autonomy of intersex people.
Is there a point in a transition where one reaches pure happiness?
This year's AIDS Walk San Francisco has a new co-producer, the nonprofit PRC, which presents an opportunity for organizing officials to offer a transparent evaluation of the costs associated with the event.
I grew up with my father's World War II stories of fighting on what I later learned was one of the important island battles across the Pacific: Guadalcanal.
This week's letters to the editor.
It's taking longer than expected for the planned LGBTQ history museum to get some momentum, but it's critical that community members and allies support this important addition to San Francisco's cultural landscape.
Millions of Californians demonstrated incredible fortitude and resolve this past fall when, in order to minimize its own wildfire liability risk — caused by decades of negligence and mismanagement — PG&E turned off the power for millions.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is a woman you want on your side — and during 2019, the San Francisco Democrat steadfastly stood with the LGBTQ community.
In 2016, gay then-Supervisor Scott Wiener led the charge to require improved data collection on our local LGBTQ+ communities to measure equity and inclusion in city services.
There's no state in America quite like California. In troubled times for the nation, California is where the American Dream is alive and well.