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FilmOut San Diego’s 17th annual LGBT Film Festival will take place from May 29-31 at the historic Observatory North Park Theatre.
Popular Manga artist Jiraiya is taking the world by storm. His depictions of beefy, hulky bodybuiders is in direct contrast to what most people might think of when they envision gay Asian men.
President Obama points out Angeline Jackson, executive director of Quality of Citizenship Jamaica and an LGBT activist globally, for special praise.
In the biggest blow yet to anti-gay supporters of a highly controversial therapy that claims it converts LGBT youth into heterosexuals, President Barack Obama signals that he and his Administration oppose the practice that has been universally condemned as junk science that doesn't work.
Hillcrest Brewing Company, the world’s first gay brewery, will make history again by presenting the nation’s first LGBT Craft Beer Crawl next month.
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: Will the Supreme Court give all LGBT Americans the freedom to marry?
The name-change campaign has been led by the GLBT Historic Task Force, which advocates for renaming entities after trailblazing LGBT leaders, such as San Diego’s Harvey Milk Street.
News of Alesana's death came as a particular shock to the local community, as many are still in mourning over the suicide death of another North County youth, known as Sage-David.
SANDAG will discuss its plans for North Park at a meeting at 6 pm Wednesday at the community center at 2719 Howard Ave.
Jacquie Atkinson made it official today: The Republican is running for Congress in the 52nd District against incumbent Scott Peters, a Democrat.
“San Diego stands against discrimination. Today’s action demonstrates that by ensuring the city will not award contracts to any business that discriminates against anyone, including transgender people,” Councilmember Todd Gloria says.
"I'm excited to announce that I am running for the State Assembly," Todd Gloria tweets on Tuesday morning.
Councilmember Todd Gloria and the Hillcrest Business Association are teaming up with the nonprofit Alpha Project to address homelessness in Hillcrest.
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: Do you avoid traveling to anti-gay countries?
It's Cesar Chavez Day in California, and many state, county and city offices will be closed for the holiday.
"We've directed the City's Chief Operating Officer to take the necessary actions to restrict publicly funded travel by city employees to Indiana if the law is not amended or repealed by next week."
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: Which are your favorite pets?
San Diego Pride announces that the organization is no longer a defendant in a lawsuit filed by Will X. Walters, which is currently under appeal before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
"Anti-gay Day" at High school breaks peaceful "Day of Silence".
A petition seeking to repeal a Houston non-discrimination referendum has been rejected
In an unprecedented move, more than 100 prominent Roman Catholic donors and church members signed a full-page ad running Thursday in The Chronicle that calls on Pope Francis to replace San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone for fostering “an atmosphere of division and intolerance.”
The hedge fund honcho who despises transgender kids and the gays has been fined for violating California campaign laws.
The Vatican has been embroiled in two separate, highly embarrassing scandals.
The Guam couple will appeal their case to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco, which has consistently ruled in favor of marriage equality.