Early Morning Shooting In Oakland Kills Transgender Person; 129th Homicide Of YearA shooting in Downtown Oakland early Friday morning claimed the life of a transgender adult, police say, in the city's 129 homicide of the year.
Candlelight Display At Golden Gate Park Honors Millions Of Lives Lost To AIDSA new light display at the Memorial Grove at Golden Gate Park, honors people still living with HIV and the hundreds of thousands of lives lost in this country to AIDS.
Navy Launches Ship Named for Pioneering Gay San Francisco Leader Harvey MilkA Navy ship named for slain San Francisco gay rights leader Harvey Milk, who served four years in the Navy before being forced out, was christened and launched in San Diego Bay on Saturday.
Netflix Workers Walk Out In Protest Of Dave Chappelle Special Criticized As TransphobicMembers of the LGBTQ community are up in arms over a new special from comedian Dave Chappelle that they say ridicules transgender people. And on Wednesday, employees of Netflix staged a walkout to protest their company’s support for the program.
San Francisco Reverses Ban On Collecting Data On Sexual Orientation Of City WorkersSan Francisco's Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved reversing an ordinance that prohibits the city's Department of Human Resources from collecting data about employee's sexual orientation.
Silicon Valley Pride Parade Tells Law Enforcement Not To March In Uniform; San Jose Police DismayedThe San Jose Police Officers Association president said Wednesday he's in "disbelief" that Silicon Valley Pride organizers have asked uniformed law enforcement not to participate in this year's parade.
James Hormel, America's First Openly LGBTQ U.S. Ambassador, Dies In San FranciscoJames Catherwood Hormel, a renowned philanthropist and the first openly LGBTQ person to represent the United States as an ambassador, passed away peacefully in San Francisco Friday morning. He was 88.