In the special primary election for the 17th District Assembly race in San Francisco, we recommend David Campos, a gay Latino man who has served on the Board of Supervisors and is currently vice chair of the California Democratic Party.
President Joe Biden marked his first year in office last week and while he, Vice President Kamala Harris, and the administration have made progress on some LGBTQ-related issues, there is still much to do.
Two new reports by the Global Project Against Hate and Extremism show that the giant tech and social media companies are failing to block conversion therapy disinformation.
San Francisco Assessor-Recorder Joaquín Torres was appointed by Mayor London Breed last February after she named then-assessor-recorder Carmen Chu as city administrator.
The San Francisco school board has largely made a mockery of itself for a year now.
There was some good news from the city last month when Mayor London Breed announced that for the first time since 1998, San Francisco is projecting a budget surplus for the next two years.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors did the right thing by approving Mayor London Breed's state of emergency declaration in the Tenderloin.
As community organizations look ahead to 2022, we'd like to suggest that the two LGBTQ Democratic clubs redouble their efforts to recruit qualified queer people to serve on San Francisco boards and commissions.
The U.S. Supreme Court recently heard oral arguments in a case from Mississippi that could drastically alter the landscape for abortion access.
Now that two women have pleaded guilty to federal charges of defrauding the California Office of AIDS to the tune of approximately $2.7 million — as we've been reporting — the agency is due for necessary improvements to its operation.
In much of the early coverage of the new Omicron coronavirus variant, one thing is key — people should get vaccinated, or get a booster if they were vaccinated at least six months ago.
Last week, San Francisco Mayor London Breed said that she and the city are taking steps to potentially open a safe consumption site by next spring.
The Bay Area Reporter's news section is changing its style to be more gender expansive.