How do we find human connection? Being “in with the out crowd?” An author and poet finds peers on the pier. Toni Mirosevich reads from her new book, Spell Heaven and other stories, and talks...

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Ruth Brinker, a grandmother and retired food service worker at the time, started cooking and delivering nutritious meals to San Francisco gay men debilitated by HIV/AIDS in 1985. Since then, Project Open Hand, the nonprofit...

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Despite clear evidence that conversion therapy doesn’t work and actually harms LGBTQ people — with high rates of serious mental health issues — the practice of attempting to conform one’s sexual orientation or gender identity...

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Dwayne Ratleff grew up Black, poor and gay in 1960s Baltimore. As a youngster, his loving grandma taught him: “Don’t explain yourself, be yourself.” Long-time San Franciscan Ratleff has written an impressive, insightful, award-winning novel –...

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