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History is in the making in Tijuana next month when the bustling city south of the border opens its first-ever LGBT center.
Some LGBT San Diegans might not know Tom Reise's name, but after learning what he does for the community, one might wonder why they don’t.
A record 366 businesses across the U.S., including 53 in California, collected perfect scores in the Human Rights Campaign’s 2015 Corporate Equality Index.
FilmOut San Diego is screening "Longtime Companion" at 7 pm Wednesday, Nov. 19, at the Landmark Hillcrest. Being Alive is co-presenting the movie.
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The option was put in place primarily to accommodate students who are gender non-conforming or students who identify with a name that differs from his or her birth name.
Dermot Rodgers will take over at the organization, which is said to be financially troubled.
Louis Orozco, a beloved drag personality in San Diego's LGBT community known as Lady O, died late Sunday night after collapsing at a Hillcrest nightclub, according to posts by his longtime partner Mario "Luscious" Rodriguez. Orozco was 43 years old.
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: Should LGBT immigrants be treated differently?
Two prominent blocks in Hillcrest are up for sale to the highest bidders, and the purchasers will have the ability to transform the heart of the gayborhood.
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: Is Zachary Quinto right about HIV/AIDS and PrEP? Yes, he spoke from the heart. No, he was being judgmental.
At least six parked cars were damaged just after midnight on Monday by a man who has been arrested on suspicion of driving drunk.
Spin Nightclub suffers thousands of dollars in damage not from fire but from the water that was activated to put out that fire. All events, including Saturday's OVERDRIVE dance party, will go on as planned.
Court records show a domestic violence case was filed against Todd Bosnich on Monday, and he was booked into jail Tuesday for battery, disabling a telephone line and assault with a deadly weapon.
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: Will you go to FilmOut screening of "Longtime Companion" on Nov. 19?
Controversial campaign tactics by Scott Peters exposed in U-T San Diego report. Read the affidavit.
The too-close-to-call District 52 congressional race became a little clearer late Friday afternoon when election officials announced updated totals for the race between freshman Rep. Scott Peters and his Republican opponent Carl DeMaio.
Plaintiffs in Utah's same-sex marriage recognition case will receive $95,000 in attorneys fees from the state of Utah under a stipulated agreement between the parties.
A proposed amendment to the state constitution would ask voters next November to decide whether to expand activity legally protected as an exercise of religious freedom.
The body found Tuesday in the San Francisco Bay was that of missing San Francisco tech worker Dan Ha, who vanished on Halloween, his family said Wednesday.
Late voters will have more opportunity to mail in their ballots, thanks to a new law that goes into effect on Jan. 1, 2015.
David Leyonhjelm, the sole senator from the libertarian-focused Liberal Democratic party, said his legislation would “prevent the government from stopping two people from getting married on the grounds that they are not a man and a woman.”
China's LGBT community does not have to face down strident political opposition or right-wing religious uproar. For them, the biggest source of pressure comes from the family, CNN reports.