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As adults, we get to look again, at what we really believe — and know — about life and all of its wonderful adventures, and consciously decide what is true for us and what is not.
With all of these challenges this week across the globe, a few people have asked me the courageous question: “How could God allow this to happen?”
Chris Miklos, known across the world as a muscle bear hunk and calendar model, died in his sleep over the weekend. He was 40.
Get out and celebrate at San Diego Pride, but also think about our brothers and sisters in places where LGBT people are not tolerated and respected.
Unemployment for young people under age 25 has been more than twice the national average for years, and the challenges facing young people generally are exacerbated in the LGBT community.
Go out and celebrate Pride! But will your life reflect Pride on the days the follow?
According to a recent study by TransUnion, 70% of Americans have little to no understanding of how a credit score works or that there are various credit scoring models.
The Rev. Canon Albert Ogle pays tribute to Eric Lembembe on the anniversary of his assassination in Cameroon, and vows to continue helping the Francophone LGBT community.
Toronto couple BJ Barone and Frankie Nelson welcomed newborn son Milo into the world on June 27, just as WorldPride was being celebrated in the city amid an outpouring of love for families of all kinds.
Last week's meeting of LGBTI leaders and allies at the White House was no less historic than Midge Costanza's courageous invitation in 1977 for the invisible to become visible. But Obama's African Leaders Summit will ignore that lesson.
Spirituality is not just the traditional Christian belief in Jesus dying for our sins. It is also the belief in our higher power, as a loving, nurturing presence, residing within us; and working for justice and respect in honoring every person.
Where's the beef? The Obama Administration is saying all the right things about global gay rights, but where's the money?
While the city is already considered one of the most "colorful" in the United States, organizers of San Francisco's LGBT Pride festivities plan to "Color Our World" at the 44th annual celebration, taking place this weekend.
Jason Hanna and Joe Riggs went to great pains -- and much expense -- to father sons via a surrogate. But why is a Texas judge denying them parenthood of their twin sons, who are half brothers?
For only $60, you could provide peer education to an LGBT advocate in Uganda. This would be a magnanimous gift for Pride Month.
The "LGBT Love Is For Everyone" wedding expo takes place Friday at The Center in Hillcrest.
Oh, Governor Perry, we don't need to be fixed! But maybe you do!
The Rev. Canon Albert Ogle and Robert Gleason reflect on what it means to be named LGBT Hero Award winners.
Governments in Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippines, and Sri Lanka, routinely ignore — and in some cases actively promote — the systematic exclusion of lesbians, bisexual women, and trans persons from legal protections and social services, a report finds.
The Stonewall Citizens’ Patrol held elections Monday night for its board of directors, resulting in the re-election of five returning members and the addition of four new directors.
HBA members and others from the community are invited to come together to get to know each other, learn about happenings in Hillcrest, find out about ways to get involved, make suggestions and more.
Students from the Warwick women's rowing team decided to strip down for charity -- and found themselves held up to a double standard.
Why do some members of the lesbian community police, regulate and discriminate against one another? This is a question that filmmaker Nneka Onuorah tackles in her new documentary "The Same Difference."
Mankind opened its doors at 1295 University Ave. on July 5. The store sells men’s designer clothing, sex toys, pornography DVDs and accessories.
Guys, Games & Grub, The Center's popular monthly social event for men, presents its July edition on Wednesday night, July 2.
Milo’s Kitchen is a line of chicken and beef treats, started three years ago by Big Heart Pet Brands. Their philosophy can be boiled down to four words: Dogs are people, too.
The fundraiser has become a very popular Pride weekend kickoff event for many San Diegans and 100% percent of the proceeds from ticket sales go directly back to the community in the form of grants.