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For the first time in GLAAD's Network Responsibility Index, three different networks earned "Excellent" grades in the same year: ABC Family, HBO, and MTV.
Jonathan Karrant has become a household name on the cabaret circuit. This week he brings his show to Martinis Above Fourth in San Diego, California on Thursday, Oct. 2 at 8 pm.
Now in its fifth year, the "Stop Bullying: Speak Up" initiative gives kids and their parents a voice against this aggressive act of shaming and intimidation.
AIDS Walk & Run San Diego is this weekend with a new date, new start and finish line, and new events!
The Climate Action Plan calls for eliminating half of all greenhouse gas emissions in the City and aims for all electricity used in the City to be from renewable sources by 2035.
Enjoy the comparatively cool weather. It isn't going to last.
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: Do you somebody who has been stalked via a dating app?
“By coordinating our efforts we will never miss an opportunity to connect a homeless individual or family with an open emergency bed or housing unit. We’re using the power of technology to make real change in people’s lives."
A community meeting has been called for next month to discuss the proposal to rename Florence Elementary School as Christine Kehoe Elementary.
The timeline for the future of the site depends on whether the city requires ministerial review or discretionary review of the changes.
Local law enforcement is on the alert for potential terrorist threats after the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the FBI issued a terror warning. This high alert comes after the U.S.-led airstrikes in Syria.
F Street Adult Video & Gifts at 2002/2004 University Avenue in North Park has been closed since last year, when it went on sale. The building is now undergoing major interior renovation, with trucks and trash-haulers coming and going lately.
After months of sparring through commercials, campaign statements and lone appearances, Rep. Scott Peters and challenger Carl DeMaio came out swinging at each other in the first of three debates in advance of the November election.
Nearly 2,700 people requested their signatures be removed from petitions seeking a referendum on San Diego’s pending minimum wage increase, a number that appears highly unlikely to leave referendum supporters short of the signatures they need to force a public vote.
Free speech or hate speech? That is the question Coronado police must answer before they decide whether an anti-gay rant that interrupted a gay wedding is worthy of criminal prosecution.
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: Will the U.S. Supreme Court take up gay marriage in the next term?
In a Q&A with SDGLN, writer-director Jane Clark talks about what motivated her to tackle the horror-comedy genre and why it is important for the straight filmmaker to feature LGBT characters in her movies.
Drag queens, drag kings, transgender rights advocates and the queer community have won the great battle over Facebook's "real name" policy.
Attorney General Eric Holder says the Justice Department will soon ask the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold marriage equality, indicating that he believes the country is ready for it.
Longtime NOM antagonist Fred Karger, president of Rights Equal Rights, today filed a 35-page sworn complaint against NOM and its leader Brian Brown with the California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC), the state’s campaign ethics enforcement agency.
“Going forward, we will use Equality California’s significant advocacy, education and mobilization capacity – along with its public policy and legislative expertise — to fight discrimination wherever it exists and advocate at all levels of government for programs that address the needs of the LGBT community.”
The foreign funding Bill has been condemned as an attack on civil society by Nigeria’s Coalition for the Defence of Sexual Rights.
What if the Supreme Court rejects gay-marriage cases? | This Just In LGBT news blog from the GLBT News Network.