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by Kiku Johnson on May 04, 2021
Folx find ‘not good enough’ view makes the climb harder
by Kiku Johnson on May 04, 2021
All my life, people have assumed I am something other than I actually am and I’m valued for much less than what I am capable of due to my ethnic youthfulness, ambiguous racial makeup, certificated education level, trustworthiness and simply the...... Read full article
by Britta Shoot on April 22, 2021
In the Bay Area’s LGBTQ+ Square Dancing Scene, You’re ‘Instantly Welcome’
by Britta Shoot on April 22, 2021
Some of the region’s largest and most active LGBTQ+ square dancing clubs also have rootsin another devastating health crisis, dating back to the early years of the HIV/AIDS pandemic... Read full article
by Jamie Wareham on April 12, 2020
Free Text Service Sends Daily Support To Isolated Trans People
by Jamie Wareham on April 12, 2020
As the majority of us learn to cope with isolation, stories of LGBTQ people facing lockdown with unsupportive families have become a worrying reality for many.... Read full article
by View author's website on March 31, 2020
Pride Center Welcomes New Director and Celebrates International Transgender Day of Visibility
by View author's website on March 31, 2020
The San Mateo County Pride Center and its lead agency, StarVista, welcome its newest Director, Francisco “Frankie” Sapp. Since 2017, the Pride Center has been a champion of support, education, and advocacy.... Read full article
by GRIFFIN WYNNE on October 10, 2019
After Coming Out, These 17 Resources Will Have Your Back, No Matter What
by GRIFFIN WYNNE on October 10, 2019
So, no matter where you're at in your queer journey, if you don't feel supported after coming out, I get it. I, like, really get it. Luckily, you can turn to invaluable resources after coming out.... Read full article
by DANIEL REYNOLDS on October 09, 2019
Trevor Project Releases Coming-Out Handbook for LGBTQ Youth
by DANIEL REYNOLDS on October 09, 2019
The crisis prevention organization dropped the guide in advance of National Coming Out Day.... Read full article
by Jennifer Malone and Kristin Nash on March 02, 2018
Marin Voice: Fight against AIDS and stigma still far from over
by Jennifer Malone and Kristin Nash on March 02, 2018
Thursday is UNAIDS’ Zero Discrimination Day. HIV-related stigma, perceived and real, is a major issue for people who are attempting to express themselves openly and live healthy and genuine lives.... Read full article
by David Grant on January 13, 2018
Field hockey players strip down to battle homophobia in sports
by David Grant on January 13, 2018
As you know, there’s still plenty of homophobia in the world of sports. To combat antigay sentiment in athletics and promote diversity erth Pythons — an LGBTQ-friendly hockey club — has produced a fabulously naked calendar... Read full article
by Amb. Deborah L. Birx, M.D. on January 13, 2018
Looking Ahead To World AIDS Day 2017
by Amb. Deborah L. Birx, M.D. on January 13, 2018
Every year, the global community commemorates World AIDS Day on Dec. 1. It is a time to honor those who have lost their lives to AIDS...... Read full article
by Chandrama Anderson, MFT on January 13, 2018
Couples: Family Planning: Don’t F%@K Up
by Chandrama Anderson, MFT on January 13, 2018
Couples: family planning: don’t F%@K Up! I believe that family planning needs to be an open and ongoing topic for couples — even if you just started dating. People’s wants and needs change, so be sure you talk about it periodically and explicitly.... Read full article
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