(Click links in article to hear past year features.) We relaunched Out in the Bay a year ago. Or at least that’s when our first episode since 2015 aired on San Francisco radio station KSFP,…

The Bay Area Reporter newspaper and online news outlet this year celebrates a half-century of serving Northern California’s LGBTQ community with a “50 Years in 50 Weeks” retrospective. It’s a big deal that any independent...

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We’ve heard plenty of straight analysis. So now a queer take on our nail-biting national election. Why did Trump get twice as many LGBTQ votes this year as he did in 2016!?* What’s the outlook...

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Despite an unprecedented two-month break in this year’s legislative session, a 54-billion-dollar budget deficit — both due to COVID-19 — and death threats, California lawmakers sent several LGBTQ equality measures to Governor Gavin Newsom for...

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This week’s guest says four years of Trump’s presidency, COVID, and the Black Lives Matter movement have inspired a new generation of queer leaders to seek elected office in the Bay Area.  And that was before...

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Two high school boys fall in love, then grow into adults as they deal with the aftermath of a sporting accident that leaves one of them a paraplegic. Their tale is told in San Francisco...

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