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Senior 'Bill of Rights' Unveiled

By Matthew S. Bajko | Jan 30
A new law set to be introduced in San Francisco aims to protect LGBT seniors living in long-term care facilities in the city.

Librarians Educate Community on Blood Donation Policy

By EDGE | Jan 29
In an effort to educate the library community about the issues regarding blood donations, the ALA Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Round Table (GLBTRT) is sponsoring the discussion panel "Blood Donation: Facts, Fear, and Discrimination," on Feb. 1.

Besties Get A Makeover

By Cynthia Laird | Jan 29
Voting for the Bay Area Reporter 's readers' poll starts Thursday (January 29) and this year has seen a makeover in the contest.

ACT UP Protests Human Rights Campaign in NYC and San Fran

By EDGE | Jan 29
ACT UP will protest the Human Rights Campaign gala in New York City on January 31, with a solidarity event to be held in San Francisco's Castro.

Enjoy Speed Dating at Love Machine Valentine's Party

By EDGE | Jan 28
On Saturday, February 14, Dyke Night welcomes you to find your true love at Boston's Largest LGBT women's Valentine's Event, featuring speed dating.

Smith to Depart AEF/BCEF

By Cynthia Laird | Jan 26
Mike Smith, the longtime executive director of the AIDS Emergency Fund and Breast Cancer Emergency Fund, has announced that he is stepping down.

SF General Announces Tenth Annual Heroes & Hearts Luncheon

By Winnie McCroy | Jan 26
On February 12, San Francisco General Hospital Foundation will debut the brand new artworks of the 'Hearts in San Francisco' series at their tenth annual Heroes & Hearts Luncheon and Hearts After Dark on the field at AT&T Park.

PrEP Open House Promotes Access

By Liz Highleyman | Jan 24
Nearly 100 people gathered at the Eureka Valley Recreation Center in the Castro recently to learn about the latest research on HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, and how they can get it.

Black Lives Matter Panel Sparks Dialogue

By Chanelle Ignant and Yael Chanoff | Jan 23
Four black women leaders talked about the origin of #BlackLivesMatter, their reasons for being involved in the movement, and what others can do to help during a packed discussion at the Women's Building Tuesday night.

All-Female Holyoke Cancels 'Vagina Monologues' Over Trans Exclusion

By Winnie McCroy | Jan 22
Students at the all-female Massachusetts Mount Holyoke College cancelled the annual Valentine's Day production of Eve Ensler's "The Vagina Monologues," citing concerns that the play wasn't friendly toward transgender individuals.

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