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LGBTs can soon apply for senior housing 2nd phase

By Matthew S. Bajko | Wednesday Nov 14, 2018
The window to apply for the second phase of an affordable housing project aimed at LGBT seniors in San Francisco is expected to open in early December.

News Briefs: Rosie Trust gets challenge grant

By Cynthia Laird | Wednesday Nov 14, 2018
The Rosie the Riveter Trust has received a challenge grant and is seeking donations, which will be matched up to $20,000 until December 31.

Latest CA school battle is over LGBT sex-ed classes

By Matthew S. Bajko | Wednesday Nov 14, 2018
As school districts across California introduce new LGBT-inclusive curriculum materials into history and social science classes, another battle is brewing over the teaching of sexual health courses that cover sexual orientation and gender identity.

Big bucks for good groups

By BAR staff | Wednesday Nov 14, 2018
The Grass Roots Gay Rights Foundation handed out over $200,000 to nonprofits.

Jock Talk: Renamed Rainbow Sierrans ramp up activities

By Roger Brigham | Wednesday Nov 14, 2018
The recently renamed Rainbow Sierrans will hold its annual holiday party Saturday, December 8, at the Muir Beach Community Center.

Gay man discovers his passion for butterflies

By Charlie Wagner | Wednesday Nov 14, 2018
Fiery Skipper, Gray Hairstreak, and Western Pygmy Blue may not be familiar names to many urban dwellers, even those living near the Presidio National Park.

Bi woman elected SF Pride board prez

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Wednesday Nov 14, 2018
Jacquelene Bishop, a bisexual woman who had been serving as San Francisco Pride's interim president since the October 3 departure of former board president Michelle Meow, was elected to the post at the organization's November 7 board meeting.

LGBT migrant caravan arrives in Tijuana

By Heather Cassell | Wednesday Nov 14, 2018
A migrant caravan of nearly 80 people, many identifying as LGBT, arrived in Tijuana, Mexico, across the border from San Diego, November 11, surprising local community organizations.

Seeing in the Dark: The rise of D Lit in publishing

By Belo Cipriani | Wednesday Nov 14, 2018
In a chilly November afternoon in 2008, I tapped my white cane down Shattuck Avenue in Berkeley, California and entered Pegasus Books.

Bi political glass ceiling shattered with Sinema's Senate win

By Lisa Keen | Wednesday Nov 14, 2018
Media organizations called the Arizona U.S. Senate race Monday night for Democratic Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema, who will become the first openly bisexual person to be elected to that body.

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