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San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi plans to stop classifying transgender inmates who have not had surgery according to their birth sex, meaning that trans women would no longer be housed with men.
An online video platform that will feature more than 1,000 stories from people living with HIV/AIDS held its launch event in San Francisco.
When San Francisco officials were formally presented last April with a plan to address the needs of the city's fast growing LGBT senior population, they vowed not to allow it to collect dust on a shelf in the bowels of City Hall.
"The things that are going on in the police department right now are systemic. It's a culture that has tolerated racism, sexism, and every other -ism for the last 150 to 200 years."
The audio tour begins in front of the Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy, where listeners learn why naming the public school in San Francisco's Castro district after a gay icon was such a "radical idea."
As San Francisco prepares to celebrate the annual Small Business Week, community leaders in the Castro are finalizing a retail strategy to assist with filling vacant storefronts throughout the city's gay district.
San Francisco planning and historic preservation officials are currently reviewing a draft version of a wide-ranging survey of the city's LGBT past.
Perhaps the best thing about living in the Bay Area is that we are graced with abundant natural beauty right at our fingertips. Even in the hearts of our cities, there exist parks that can transport you to a world apart.
On Friday, May 1, Sandra Bernhard will bring her new live show, "Sandra Bernhard is #blessed" at San Francisco's Regency Ballroom.
The Lily Street Fair, which existed in San Francisco from 1981 to 1990, was part block party and part potluck, with a good dose of Easter bonnets and Easter parade thrown in to add zest.