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“After growing older and witnessing so many who are still harmed by the church and by efforts to correct homosexuality through traumatic and damaging tactics like the ones used against me, I finally realized that it is my duty to stand up against those who have harmed me.”
A landscape architect known to frequent San Diego is being charged with knowingly infecting a man with HIV.
Gay marriage advocates appear to have won the luck of the draw as the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals hears oral arguments in appellate cases involving Indiana and Wisconsin.
A homophobe from the Bible Belt, who has a YouTube channel called “Preaching Politics,” is advocating for the recriminalization of homosexuality in the United States.
Carson Kressley, in an exclusive interview with SDGLN, talks about "Skin Wars" as a fad or art or a fashion statement.
Juan Street, first built in 1929, is in an area known to contain significant historical and archaeological resources. Therefore the project includes an environmental assessment and monitoring in order to preserve the integrity and archaeological history of Old Town.
There’s a new bike plan in town. The rough project outline, titled “Transforming Hillcrest,” proposes an alternative to the bike corridor on University Avenue as it passes through Hillcrest in San Diego, California.
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: Do age differences matter in relationships?
An active volunteer in her community, Gina Roberts had been involved in the local chapter of Kiwanis International for more than a decade, formed a Boy Scout troop, and won the annual Irish Stew Cook-Off for three years straight. The problem was, everyone knew her as Rick, not Gina.
Residents and businesses along Fifth Avenue in Hillcrest, between Robinson and Upas, will be impacted by the City of San Diego's water pipeline project.
New Mobility shares a tribute to the life of Douglas P. Lathrop, a well-liked member of San Diego's LGBT community.
The ordinance will provide access to five earned sick days a year for 279,000 working San Diegans and result in raises for at least 172,000 San Diegans.
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: With football season here, what is your opinion of the sport?
Council President Todd Gloria today issued a memo calling a special meeting of the San Diego City Council for Monday, August 18, 2014 at 11 am to consider overriding Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s veto of the ordinance increasing the minimum wage and allowing workers to earn sick leave.
The attack occurred before 2:15 am in the 4300 block of Mississippi Street. San Diego police say the suspect struck the woman and took her property before fleeing.
The summer months have not slowed down the Hillcrest Town Council (HTC), which has a full agenda planned for its next monthly meeting, scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 12 at 6:30 pm.
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: FilmOut is showing "Lady Valor," about a transgender SEAL, on Aug. 20. Should transgender troops be allowed to serve openly?
To address parking issues in Hillcrest and Mission Hills, 35 new parking spaces were unveiled Thursday on the corner of Washington and Front streets.
Florida's highest court is being asked to decide whether or not the state's ban on gay marriage is constitutional.
Ted Olson: “The Supreme Court must take up the Bostic case, answer once and for all the surpassingly important constitutional question of marriage equality, and rule decisively in favor of the fundamental right to marry for every same-sex couple.”
A state senator who voted to add hefty regulations to the state’s ridesharing industry was arrested on suspicion of DUI hours later, after California Highway Patrol officers spotted him driving the wrong way down a one-way street.
The Sacramento County jail’s website registers a Benjamin Hueso being booked with a blood alcohol content of .08 or higher at 3:27 a.m.
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