Janice Li, who was elected last month to the board that oversees BART, was celebrated at a reception for LGBTQ leaders and allies and said she is ready to get to work.
While enjoying her seventh decade on the planet, Donna Personna knows her remaining days are numbered. Yet the prospect of her demise doesn't scare her.
Years before states voted to ban same-sex marriage, a California ballot measure that would have barred gays and lesbians from teaching in public schools was soundly defeated at the polls.
A gay San Francisco pastor, who has historically fought for gay rights in the Lutheran Church, was arrested on charges of possession of child pornography, according to the San Francisco Police Department.
George H.W. Bush's presidency wasn't good for LGBTs, in spite of him signing landmark legislation.
Bay Area cities welcome new LGBT elected leaders as the winners of this year's races take their oaths of office.
Festive tree lighting ceremony welcomes the Rainbow World Fund's World Tree of Hope to Grace Cathedral in San Francisco.
Pope Francis clarified his stance on gay priests and nuns serving as Catholic clergy with the release of his new book, "The Strength of a Vocation: Consecrated Life Today."
St. James Infirmary, a peer-based clinic for sex workers and their families, has moved to a new location in the Tenderloin shared with other community health and social services agencies.
When it comes to having an official city band, San Francisco's leaders say strike up the San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band.
Oakland Zoo is set to go big this holiday season with its annual ZooLights special event.
The National AIDS Memorial Grove honored a husband and wife who have last two sons to HIV/AIDS at its World AIDS Day ceremony.
The Transgender Law Center has filed a claim seeking information in the death of a trans woman at an ICE detention facility.
When the LGBT community thinks back on the life of President George H.W. Bush, its view of the decorated war hero and gentleman politician who spent years in the service of the nation is obscured.
This week's editorial cartoon.
This week's clarifications.
The 10th annual Santa Skivvies Run to benefit the San Francisco AIDS Foundation will be held Sunday, December 9, in the Castro.
As we begin the first holiday season with legal cannabis, shelves are stocked with dozens of new gizmos for the pot aficionado on your list.
In 2013, a woman from the Dominican Republic landed in Miami. While she was hoping to witness the birth of her grandchild, police had other ideas, arresting her on an outstanding drug charge. She was taken to the local jail and processed.
Gay activist argues that singer Kristin Chenoweth should not perform with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
The obituary for John F. Downey Jr.