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In a groundbreaking new report, HRC Foundation exposes some of the most vitriolic American activists promoting anti-LGBT bigotry abroad.
Part II of our two-part series finds Dennis Wood and Jody Carey still active in their City Heights community, but with a new twist.
This is Part I of a two-part series about the lives of Dennis Wood and Jody Carey, a gay couple who are making a difference in the San Diego community. Part II will run tomorrow.
In an exclusive interview with San Diego Gay and Lesbian News (SDGLN.com), the original accuser in a case alleging that Thomas Guerra intentionally infected him with HIV has come forward for his first on-the-record interview. In it, he sheds light on the facts of the case and gives media covering the story a much-deserved reprimand.
Starting Tuesday, motorists can be fined for not giving bicyclists enough room on California’s ever-contested roadways.
The new SDGLN Pol question asks readers: Do you plan to attend FilmOut San Diego's "Crazy Bitches" screening on Sept. 24?
Heat records are expected to fall across San Diego County this weekend, with temperatures rising 10 to 15 degrees above normal.
The San Diego State University Police Department has released the photo of a person of interest in a sexual assault case that was reported on campus on Saturday, Sept. 6.
According to reliable sources, the suspect in the North Park assaults is in custody and was thrown in jail around 2:15 a.m. Tuesday.
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: Do you plan to vote in the midterm elections in November?
The county of San Diego is holding $366,000 in unclaimed cash, and Monday is the last day to apply to have the funds returned, county Treasurer-Tax Collector Dan McAllister said Wednesday.
An outpouring of tributes to David Yoder were posted on his Facebook page following the news of his death late last week.
The man accused of knowingly infecting his boyfriend with HIV pleaded not guilty today in court, and the judge ordered him to stay off gay dating apps and Grindr in particular.
There is now a big bonus for anyone providing information leading to an arrest in a string of assaults on women in North Park. San Diego Crimestoppers is partnering with Mark Arabo, president of the Neighborhood Market Association, to offer a $15,000.
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: Are you openly gay to members of your faith?
Hale Media, publisher of San Diego Gay & Lesbian News, SD PIX magazine, and the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender News Network, will be observing the federal holiday today.
"I should have the right to decide what transportation service works best for me,” San Diego student Alex Lee said, “and I appreciate Carl DeMaio standing up for my freedom to choose."
A Colorado high school has crowned a transgender student as homecoming princess, and the decision has sparked widespread controversy on Social Media about whether the school district should allow this to happen.
A transgender girl whose imprisonment without criminal charges raised an outcry among her advocates has escaped from custody in Connecticut.
LAPD would like to interview three young men seen fleeing the scene of a vicious beating that would lead to the death of Ramon Estrada,
"This bill helps eliminate anti-LGBT bias as a 'reasonable' basis to ease the punishment for violent crimes against LGBT people."
In Uganda, John “Longjones” Abdallah Wambere was outed as gay by newspapers, harassed by strangers, received death threats from anonymous phone calls, arrested, evicted from his home, and beaten up.
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