‘Pink Saturday’ In San Francisco’s Castro District Canceled By Organizers Citing Increasing Violence
San Francisco’s Pink Saturday, the annual the street party held on the eve of the LGBT Pride Celebration in the Castro District, has has been canceled due safety and security concerns, the event’s hosts said.
A Mississippi TV news anchor is under fire for a Facebook post saying the LGBT community has “been in the news too much lately” and should “go on gaycation.”
The sidewalks of downtown San Francisco were crowded with colorful revelers Sunday as the city marked its 42nd year celebrating the lesbian, gay and transgender community.
San Francisco may have a gay friendly reputation, but seniors in the LGBT community have complained the goodwill doesn’t apply to them, especially when it comes to affordable housing and health care.
The future of one of San Francisco’s original gay bars remains murky following an attempted sale and eviction.