Felicia "Flames" Elizondo, a transgender woman and longtime AIDS survivor, died Saturday, May 15. She was 74.
San Francisco and Cork, Ireland officials will raise twinned versions of the Progress pride flag at their city halls this Sunday, May 16, in observance of an international day that raises awareness about LGBTQ issues.
This week's Out in the Bay talks to a trans girl and her dad about swimwear they make to support trans girls; the second part of the program features gay author david Perry reading from his recent novel, "Upon This Rock."
San Francisco planning staff has deemed the South of Market Eagle bar worthy of being designated the first city landmark related to the leather and LGBTQ communities.
Youth ages 12 to 15 are now eligible for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced May 12.
Former San Francisco AIDS Foundation CEO Joe Hollendoner dropped a bomb on the eve of his departure. He had barely confirmed to us that the agency had issued 17 layoff notices among its 200-plus staff then poof — he was gone!
A new queer and female co-owned coworking space has opened its doors in downtown San Francisco just as the city begins to reopen due to declining rates of COVID cases and deaths.
The reconstituted LGBTQI+ Advisory Committee for the San Francisco Human Rights Commission is beginning to take shape, with the oversight body set to recommend applicants for all but one of the 25 committee members at its May 13 meeting.
The only out member of the San Francisco Police Commission has stepped down as her term has ended.
A homeless shelter for LGBTQ adults in San Francisco shuttered last year during the COVID-19 pandemic. But as the city turns the tide on the health crisis, it's unclear when it will reopen.
So there I was. Standing all by myself in the middle of this fairly large and open lobby in a building that had about a thousand people in it — and no one was around.
When Bay Area-based The Onyx decided to record their latest album, its five members turned to Women's Audio Mission in San Francisco.
A new California law that allows incarcerated transgender people to ask for a transfer to a state prison or detention center that matches with their gender identity went into effect in January, but so far few people have been approved for it.