The pain of a community mourning a young Black trans man who was gunned down outside of a San Francisco Walgreens made itself known Monday — with a hundred people showing up at a vigil to remember him.
The Human Rights Campaign joined Equality Florida Wednesday in a forum Wednesday about the unprecedented assault on LGBTQ rights in the Sunshine State
San Francisco City Hall will join a handful of cities around the world lighting up select buildings for Lesbian Visibility Week from April 24-30.
Young people took to the streets Saturday, March 25, for a Youth 4 Trans Liberation March, which started at Turk and Taylor streets in the Tenderloin and ended outside San Francisco City Hall.
Just over half of trans American youth ages 13-17 have lost or could soon face barriers to gender-affirming care, according to a report from the national Human Rights Campaign.
With legal pundits widely expecting the U.S. Supreme Court to issue a ruling this year allowing businesses to refuse to serve LGBTQ customers, a nationwide survey continues to find that a vast majority of Americans oppose such discrimination.
A California lawmaker announced a bill Friday would limit the ability of prospective foster parents who aren’t affirming of LGBTQ youth identity to become resource families.
With less than a year until the 2024 primary election in California, the U.S. House races in the state with LGBTQ candidates are beginning to come into focus.
With San Francisco officials moving to repeal their restriction on taxpayer-funded travel to conservative states, the author of California’s travel ban policy has no plans to follow suit.
Oakland police are investigating the stabbing death of a man but said there is no evidence yet that it was a hate crime.
U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein — who took office as San Francisco mayor in 1978 the day the late mayor George Moscone and supervisor Harvey Milk were assassinated — announced Tuesday she doesn’t intend to seek another term in the Senate next year.
After months of discussions, two gay California lawmakers on Valentine’s Day introduced a constitutional amendment to repeal Proposition 8, the state’s same-sex marriage ban that remains on the books despite being ruled unconstitutional years ago.
Lesbian U.S. Congressmember Angie Craig (D-Minnesota) is “physically okay” after suffering an attack Thursday morning in the elevator of her Washington, D.C. apartment building, according to a statement from her chief of staff.
A gay man said that he was beaten near a South of Market LGBTQ bar over the weekend, leading to his hospitalization, and a GoFundMe has been set up to help pay for his living expenses.
First it was Harvey’s bar and restaurant in the Castro that abruptly closed January 22, now, rumors are swirling that Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy in the LGBTQ neighborhood might shutter.
Brittney Griner’s inspirational life story has now been immortalized in a new comic book published by TidalWave Comics, “Female Force: Brittney Griner.”
Back in the early 2000s Jennifer Sookne was fighting to achieve marriage equality in California.
Police in Kenya have arrested four people in connection to the gruesome January 2 killing of gay fashion designer, model, and activist Edwin Chiloba.
Alameda County supervisors voted Tuesday to seek a recount of the votes cast in an Oakland school board election where the certified winner, a transgender married dad, it turns out did not receive the most votes.
With the swearing in Saturday of District 4 Supervisor Joel Engardio, there are now three gay men for the first time serving on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.