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SDGLN has a new look!

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The most read local LGBT news website, San Diego Gay and Lesbian News (SDGLN), has a whole new look starting today and we think you’re going to like it.

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RGOD2: The intersections of oppression and violence

The takeaway from the UN Commission on the Status of Women is simply to continue to organize at the grassroots level and build as many alliances and shared projects as we can, especially around meaningful work and deeper conversations and projects with the faith community.

Remembering John McCusker, 10 years later

It's been 10 years since the death of John McCusker, a beloved local business owner and leader in the San Diego LGBT community, but his spirit lives on.

Bar knife-attack victim: Don't call me a hero!

Timothy Caudill, who survived a vicious knife attack at San Diego Eagle, bristles when people call him a hero for saving his friend’s life that night.

Lesbian couple overcome investor bias, succeed with Hip Chick Farms

LGBT entrepreneurs already face obstacles in getting their businesses off the ground. But if you are a lesbian or transgender woman, those hurdles might be harder to conquer. The good news is that there are investment firms that can help you.

Business profile: Joey Kirkpatrick, Licensed Massage Therapist

Joey Kirkpatrick, LMT (Licensed Massage Therapist) says he has a passion for health and wellness, and for providing effective therapy to structural imbalances in the body, while decreasing stress and promoting relaxation.