The day after San Francisco supervisor Scott Wiener came “out of the PrEP closet” on The Huffington Post as a user of the revolutionary HIV-prevention drug…
A groundbreaking new study from the L.A. LGBT Center confirms that LGBTQ youth are overrepresented in the city’s foster care system, the largest in the nation.
From Oscar Wilde’s ‘bitting’ wit to praising ‘trangendered’ pioneer Christine Jorgensen, the new Rainbow Honor Walk has a few typos…
Arturo Galster was a drag pioneer in the San Francisco Bay Area. The San Francisco Chronicle’s Robert Hurwitt offers up this tribute, compiled by Gerard Koskovich and the family of Arturo Galster.
This week, Mills College, in Oakland, California, became the first all-women’s college in the country to explicitly allow transgender and gender non-conforming students to enroll.
Gov. Jerry Brown is expected to sign a bill into law that bars criminal defendants from using homophobic and transphobic arguments in court.
After his ex boyfriend—who now tests HIV positive—filed a police report, the San Diego City Attorney’s Office charged Thomas Guerra for allegedly exposing his ex and 24 other men to the virus.
Defendants could not escape murder charges by claiming they panicked when they discovered someone was gay or transgender under a bill headed to Gov. Jerry Brown. The state Assembly approved AB2501 on a 50-10 vote Wednesday.
In a victory for transgender equality, Mills College in California will be the first single-sex college in the US to change their admissions policy to allow transgender students…
11 transgender artists get sexy, weird, and wild for the August ‘TRIGGER WARNING!!’ show in Santa Monica, Calif.
In the coming months, the California legislature will consider bills that take into account the changing state of modern families.
California Rep. Jackie Speier speaks out on the magazine’s recent controversial cover image featuring transgender sex workers.
There’s nothing worse when traveling than getting stuck at customs, borders, or airport security because of some minor infraction.
Police are asking any witnesses to come forward.
The Supreme Court this week declined to hear a case challenging California’s ban on “therapies” meant to turn lesbian, gay and bisexual youth straight, clearing the way for the state to enforce the law.
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