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SF Pride Weekend in Pictures

SF Pride Weekend in Pictures

Pink Saturday and Sunday Parade. Photos by Pedro Paredes-Haz. See the entire gallery

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Q&A: ‘Queen Diva’ Big Freedia Proud to Participate in SF Pride 2015

Q&A: ‘Queen Diva’ Big Freedia Proud to Participate in SF Pride 2015

In honor of the 45th annual SF Pride festivities, numerous music artists will show their support for the event through local performances, including emcee and Bounce ambassador Big Freedia who comes to the main stage at Civic Center Plaza and Public Works on Sunday, June…

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The Best Pride 2012 Pics

The Best Pride 2012 Pics

It was a sunny weekend in SF and a beautiful time for hundreds of thousands of people to celebrate #Pride. Some wanted to just party while others came to give their support and to take strength from their community. But everyone came to have fun….

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"Gay" Songs for the Holidays

"Gay" Songs for the Holidays

The word “gay” has a variety of meanings, so when the HuffingtonPost featured a post, “The 21 Gayest Christmas Songs”, my curiosity was piqued. Was it going to be something rude, something serious or not? Well, it was a funny post for many reasons.

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Taste the Rainbow

Taste the Rainbow

To commemorate the 41st anniversary of SF Pride–held throughout the city this weekend–here’s a colorful recipe for rainbow-sprinkled sugar cookies. They’re absolutely fabbbbulous!

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Video: Minneapolis Is the New Gay

Video: Minneapolis Is the New Gay

San Francisco is no longer the gayest city in America. It’s not even in the top ten of gayest cities. The Daily Show investigates.

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Goodbye DADT!

Goodbye DADT!

This morning President Barack Obama ended Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, the 17-year old policy banning gays in the military. There were cheers and shouts of “Yes, We Can!” from the crowd as the President announced his signing of the Don’t Ask Don’t Tell Repeal Act…

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Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Senate Vote

Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Senate Vote

Today at 3pm (EST), the Senate will be taking a final vote for the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, the ban on openly gay military personnel. If the repeal passes, it will then go to the White House. Cross your fingers that the 17-year…

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A City of Gay Ease

A City of Gay Ease

When we describe San Francisco to outsiders, one thing we often forget to mention is how easy it is to be gay here. The truth is, we are so comfortable being openly gay that we don’t think of it as a unique aspect of our…

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