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.
Carl Nassib: 'Nothing But Love And Support' From Raiders After Coming OutLas Vegas Raiders defensive end Carl Nassib said he has received “nothing but love and support” from his teammates after he came out as gay earlier this summer.
Man Battered With Own Guitar At Berkeley Homeless Encampment In Hate Crime AttackA 31-year-old man faces hate crime and other charges after a brutal attack on another man at a homeless encampment in Berkeley, police said Tuesday.
SFPD Commander Set To Become First LGBTQ Police Chief In Lincoln, NebraskaA high-ranking police official in the San Francisco Police Department was nominated Monday to serve as the next police chief in Lincoln, Nebraska, making her the city's first female chief and the first who is openly gay.
California Adds 5 More States With Anti-LGBTQ Laws To Travel Restrictions ListCalifornia will restrict state-funded travel to Florida, Montana, West Virginia, Arkansas, and North Dakota over anti-LGBTQ legislation recently enacted in those states, Attorney General Rob Bonta announced Monday.
Pride Month in San Francisco Ends With Restrained Celebrations and RetrospectionThe pandemic forced the big parade down Market Street to be canceled again but many used the day to reflect on the greater meaning of Pride beyond the party.
Pride Weekend: U.S. Supreme Court's Landmark Marriage Equality Decision Celebrated On 6th Anniversary Of RulingAs thousands celebrated Pride Weekend in San Francisco, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and others took time Saturday to mark the 6th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark marriage equality ruling.
No Parade, But Plenty Of Joy As Fully-Reopened San Francisco Celebrates Pride WeekendWhile the SF Pride parade down Market Street remains on hold until next year, a fully reopened San Francisco means this year's festivities will certainly be louder than last year's.
Biden Declares 'Pride Is Back' at White House, Signs Bill Making Pulse Night Club Nat'l MemorialPresident Biden declared "Pride is back at the White House," delivering remarks in a day of events intended to mark the contributions of LGBT Americans.
Raiders' Carl Nassib Becomes 1st Active NFL Player To Come Out As GayCarl Nassib, a defensive lineman for the Las Vegas Raiders, became the first active NFL player in league's 100-plus year history to come out as gay.
'In the Heights' Delights at First Pride Movie Night at Oracle ParkThis year's Pride Celebration roared into San Francisco Friday evening, punctuated by the rumble of motorcycles from Dykes on Bikes, on the first-ever Pride Movie Night at Oracle Park.
AIDS at 40: San Francisco Played Key Role in AIDS FightSan Francisco played a critical role in fighting AIDS in America and around the world, leaders and activists said Saturday at a ceremony in Golden Gate Park to mark the 40th anniversary of the first reported cases of the illness.
Pride Flag Flown At Gilroy City Hall Following Objections By Some City LeadersFor the first time in the city's history, Gilroy is flying the Pride flag outside City Hall, but not without controversy.