On this week’s Out in the Bay, hear about the amazing life and accomplishments of a Black queer civil rights trailblazer absent from most history books: Pauli Murray. Activist, lawyer, poet and priest, Dr. Anna...

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Just in time for potentially awkward holiday gatherings, we present a holiday fave: Author and civil rights lawyer Abby Dees tells our allies go ahead, ask LGBTQ relatives or friends your burning questions. If you’re queer, she...

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What would you do if falsely accused of molesting a child? And you see your career crumble. Matthew Clark Davison’s novel “Doubting Thomas,” about a gay school teacher, challenges assumptions about guilt, innocence and more....

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For Veterans Day, writer Lauren Hough: She grew up in Christian "doomsday" cult The Family, which her father had joined to dodge the Vietnam War. Hough fled to the Air Force, where she got anti-lesbian death threats and her car was torched.

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Hear about the transgender experience from singer-songwriter Nick Lawrence, a family coach and former foster-parent educator on LGBTQ topics. His new album, "I Am A Man," is about his own transition.

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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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