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Openly gay singer Justin Utley dropped us a note to say that he has released his new music video titled "Stand For Something." "Got it out in time to push it to get people to VOTE," Utley says.
In the essay, published Thursday, Cook said that he has never denied being gay, but has not publicly discussed his sexuality until now: "So let me be clear: I’m proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me."
"While social acceptance toward LGBT Americans has improved in this country, the LGBT community still too frequently experiences discrimination and stigma that negatively effects their financial, physical, and emotional health.”
Filmmaker Ed Breeding speaks with SDGLN.com and says "Prescription For Addiction" was originally conceived as a pilot film so that "if there was enough interest, whereby I could do three or four more follow up films, as it was not possible for me to cover all the issues that this subject warrants in one film."
"The Southern California AIDS/LifeCycle office recognized Team San Diego with a Team Hero Award for going above and beyond the call of duty during ALC 2014. This was based on our work as a team including team growth, retention, fundraising and overall awesomeness!”
An anti-gay wealthy businesswoman has a good shot at winning election to the MiraCosta Community College Board of Trustees.
A $1 million grant will be used to double the size of the WiFi network in Balboa Park, making it one of the largest and fastest free public WiFi spots on the West Coast.
One of the owners of Harvey Milk's American Diner in Hillcrest announced today that the restaurant will not reopen.
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: Can the Democrats keep control of the U.S. Senate?
Plans for the highly anticipated Balboa Park Centennial Celebration appear to be back on track.
Find out how San Diego's Drought Alert affects you!
The District Attorney's Office announces that it would not be filing any charges at this time in two cases that have swirled around congressional candidate Carl DeMaio's campaign.
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: Halloween has been called America's gay holiday. Do you agree?
Scott Peters admits his campaign manager obtained a copy of the Carl DeMaio campaign plan just days after DeMaio's office was burglarized.
“As our board continues to evolve, we have been able to move forward and progress because of the diversity of our membership and community,” HBA executive director Benjamin Nicholls says.
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: Which is a greater threat to humanity? ISIS, ebola or HIV/AIDS?
The proposal to rename the school was brought forward by the GLBT Historical Task Force, chaired by longtime community activist Nicole Murray-Ramirez.
SANDAG's Mid-City Rapid 215 transit line -- providing rapid transit buses between San Diego State University and Downtown -- will begin service early when it launches on Sunday, Oct. 12.
Slightly over half (55%) of all adults don't believe that any employers should be exempt if federal law were expanded to include protection from job discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Even though an YouTube viral video showed him attacking people at Dallas/Fort Worth Airport while screaming anti-gay and racist slurs, a Tennessee man apparently will only face charges of disorderly conduct and simple assault.
More than a dozen gay, bisexual or transgender inmates file a federal class action lawsuit against San Bernardino County for discriminatory policies.
The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) said today that it has entered into an agreement with California’s Downey Unified School District to resolve a complaint about the harassment and discriminatory treatment of a transgender student.
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