The Mourning After the 2016 Election

Thirty-six years ago, in the first Presidential election in which I could read more »

Pride, always pride

Even as the rainbow flags down Market Street whip bright in the read more »

A Flag at Half-Staff

Thirty-six hours after the unspeakable slaughter of our LGBTQ brothers and sisters read more »

Giving thanks in an out-of-kilter world

Yet even in an often unfair and brutal world, even amidst the read more »

A journey to new Horizons, the story of the world’s first LGBT foundation

  LGBT San Francisco, circa 1980 By 1980, San Francisco had already read more »

A Great, Great Day

It is a great, great day. A few hours ago, I stood read more »

Waiting for the Court – But Not for History

Seem a bit familiar? Here we are, once more waiting for the read more »

Ireland’s People Say “YES”

Now that’s what I call a win. A big win. In what read more »