Here is everything we covered this week in San Diego Gay and Lesbian News.
Hillcrest was the scene of an assault last month, the victim suffered serious injuries including partial paralysis. A GoFundMe page has been set up to help with the rising medical costs.
A Virginia trans woman, Danica Roem, is elected to the House of Delegates, beating out transphobic incumbent Robert G. Marshall.
Locally, the Georgia Street Bridge in North Park has passed its deadline for completion and has locals tired of the traffic.
A Las Vegas father is accused of shooting an killing his 14-year-old son because his son is gay.
In San Francisco, an adult movie actor has vanished after his boyfriend was found stabbed to death.
This Texas restaurant is using Caitlyn Jenner before and after photos to label their restrooms.
A U.S. government agency deleted any reference to LGBT workplace discriminations in their latest Equal Opportunity Employment statement.
San Diego local drag stars are celebrated in the new issue of SDPIX.
Columnist Rev. Irene Monroe talks about the role LGBT played in the Civil War and implores politicians to learn their history.
On Thursday, the California State Board of Education adopted ten LGBTQ-inclusive history and social studies textbooks for K-8 classrooms and rejected two which failed to include LGBTQ people.
This golf event is not only pet-friendly but also raises money for people who have veterinary emergencies but can't afford to pay the cost.
Jinx Mirage gives you the details on all the fun things to do in the community this week in "Out & About."
"Hello Again," is a sexy modern movie musical that not only traverses time but the heartbreaks of its talented cast.
This funny church marquee had the internet laughing at its double-entendre which was quickly taken down with a public apology.
Sherry Vine headlined at Martinis Above Fourth this week with her "Adult Content" cabaret.
Coffee chain Starbucks has started their buy-one-get-one-free campaign this week.
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LA Galaxy and out sports celebrity Robbie Rogers announced his retirement this week, saying he wishes he would have come out sooner.
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