Sleepless San Diego is an annual event to help San Diego's homeless men, women and children. Learn how you can support this important cause at sleeple...
San Diego's USS Midway Named Top Museum
Users of the TripAdvisor.com website named the USS Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum in San Diego as the ninth best museum in the U.S.
The San Francisco LGBT Community Center Celebrates 10 Years!
Turn-of-the-last-century Paris in the spring, who wouldn't want to be there? This weekend, you can pretend you are. The San Francisco LGBT Community Center begins a year-long celebration of its 10th anniversary by transforming the SF Design Center Galleria into a decadent Parisian salon for the gran...
After the Moonlight fades: what's next for LGBT cinema
The shock Oscar win of the low-budget drama about a black gay man’s life has set in motion a year that might finally provide a substantive view of sexuality
Employees share how Kaiser Permanente supports them and the LGBT Community
Here are videos produced as part of Kaiser Permanente San Francisco's sponsorship of the Pride Parade and Celebration Sunday, June 28, 2015. Each video highl...
Back to School Safety Tips for LGBT Youth
In order to help LGBT youth to prepare for the new year, we have compiled back to school safety tips that can help them protect themselves and others.
How Prepared for Earthquakes is the LGBT Community?
CARD has great disaster preparation posters like these for free In the Bay Area, Collaborating Agencies Responding to Disasters (CARD) is making strides to get the LGBT community earthquake ready CARD was created in response to the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, when several non-profit community support groups bonded together to try to fill in the gaps left by Federal and State preparedness campaigns. The organization helps…
Glennda Testone Celebrates 10 Years As Executive Director of NYC’s LGBT Community Center
When Glennda Testone reflects on her time as ED of NYC’s LGBTQ community center, the word that comes to mind is gratitude. She's grateful for the work she gets to do to help change queer people’s lives, and she is also grateful for the activists who came before her that have made her work possible.
How AARP is supporting the LGBT community
Shondra Wygal from AARP Houston shares how the organization is supporting the LGBT community.
How Obamacare Helps the LGBT Community
Since taking office, President Obama and his Administration have taken significant steps to advance equality for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community.
How To Be a Better Ally to the LGBT Community
Recently my 14-year-old brought a bright yellow pamphlet home from school, a handout from her school’s gay-straight alliance. The pamphlet was called “Coming Out as a Supporter.” Josie and her friends found it hilarious. Who the heck would need to “come out” as an ally? They giggled at the...
LGBT Community Must Remain Vigilant
Why I wrote about the Catholic Church and the LGBT community
The mass shooting in Orlando showed how in tragedy many of the church's LGBT members are invisible.
How the Affordable Care Act Helps the LGBT Community
Get the facts on several of the major program and policy changes that are being made under the health reform law and what they mean for the LGBT community.
Eating Disorder Recovery Tips for the LGBT Community
Just like eating disorders don’t discriminate based on race, age or socioeconomic status, they also do not discriminate based on gender identity or sexual orientation. While the data isn’t extensive, there are some studies that have shown an increased incidence of eating disorders among the LGBT community
LGBT community top target for hate acts in Boston
Hateful acts against members of the LGBT community constituted about one-third of the city’s 275 reported hate crimes in 2016. Black people were the second most common targets.
What the LGBT community needs from corporate America
An environment where everyone can bring their whole selves to work is possible with the right kind of leadership.
Section 28: What was it and how did it affect LGBT+ people?
Section 28: What was it and how did it affect LGBT+ people The law existed from 1988 - 2003 and affected LGBT+ people. Here's what you need to know about it Harvey Day *Warning: This article contains a reference to a homophobic slur that you may find offensive* Craig was bullied a lot in secondary school because he was gay. "There was only one member of staff who ever spoke to me about it, my drama teacher," he says. "And I wasn't aware…
What the pride flag means to California and the LGBT community
Here are the events that lead up to the rainbow banner’s creation.