Letters to the editor policy
Send letters to the Bay Area Reporter, 44 Gough Street, #204, San Francisco, CA 94103. Letters must be 400 words or less, signed, and include an address and daytime phone number for verification purposes only. Unsigned, anonymous, and open letters will not be published. Email letters are accepted at email@example.com. Please put "letter to the editor" in the subject line, and also include an address and daytime phone number. Letters may be edited for space.
A reader offers his opinion on the Castro rainbow flag.
This week's letters weigh in on the California recall.
The gay former chair of the Contra Costa Democratic County Central Committee weighs in on our recent article about DCCC members Jason Bezis and Carolyn Wysinger.
Readers express their opinions on the rainbow flag in the Castro.
This week's letter writers opine more on the rainbow flag in the Castro and Caitlyn Jenner's surprise trip to Australia.
This week's letters sound off on the SF Gay Men's Chorus snafu and the Castro flagpole.
Letters discuss the Progress Pride flag, the Castro flagpole, and the pink triangle.
Longtime ally and labor union member Allan Baird thanks those who came out to acknowledge his work.
This week's letters to the editor asks that Supervisor Rafael Mandelman do more for the Castro commercial district.
Letters this week opine on the former SFAF CEO and a recent U.S. Supreme decision
Readers continue to complain about cigarette ads running in the Bay Area Reporter's print edition.
This week's letters complain about the city's SOGI data collection and the B.A.R. running a cigarette ad in last week's print edition.
This week's letters to the editor.