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News Briefs: Learn about LGBTQ roots at genealogy class

By Cynthia Laird | Wednesday Jun 20, 2018
The California Genealogical Society will hold a class on LGBTQ genealogy Saturday, June 23, from 1 to 3 p.m. at the CGS office and library, 2201 Broadway, lower level, in Oakland.

Pride 2018: Trans, Dyke marches set to roll

By Alex Madison | Wednesday Jun 20, 2018
The Trans and Dyke marches are expected to draw thousands of queers to San Francisco this weekend.

Gay park flagger dies

By Cynthia Laird | Wednesday Jun 20, 2018
A gay man collapsed and died Sunday, June 10, while participating in Flagging in the Park at San Francisco's Golden Gate Park.

Glamp it up at Mendocino Grove

By Charlie Wagner | Wednesday Jun 20, 2018
Glamping - you've probably heard the term, but may not know what it is. The name is a mash-up of camping and glamorous, adding a pleasant gay note to the idea of sleeping in a tent.

Editorial: B.A.R. arts section fails in film review

By BAR Editorial Board | Wednesday Jun 20, 2018
The Bay Area Reporter's arts section blew it last week with a transphobic review of "Man Made," a documentary about transgender male bodybuilders.

Run promotes Gay Games

By BAR staff | Wednesday Jun 20, 2018
Memorial Run hits New York City en route to Paris for Gay Games X.

Political Notebook: Lesbian wins East Bay Assembly primary race

By Matthew S. Bajko | Wednesday Jun 20, 2018
At Richmond's Juneteenth festivities Saturday, the city's lesbian city councilwoman celebrated her come-from-behind win in the June 5 primary.

Book on Sisters looks at intersection of camp, drag

By Brian Bromberger | Wednesday Jun 20, 2018
New book examines the intersection of drag and camp within the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.

Editorial cartoon

By Paul Berge | Wednesday Jun 20, 2018
This week's editorial cartoon.

Jock Talk: Predictable violence attends World Cup

By Roger Brigham | Wednesday Jun 20, 2018
Russia celebrated being awarded the 2014 Winter Olympics by passing laws that banned any supportive statements about gays and lesbians. Now, it's hosting the men's World Cup.

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