[VIDEO] San Diego Pride 2016: 'Take Pride in Your Tribe'

"Take Pride in Your Tribe." San Diego Pride 2016.

San Diego Pride 2016 was one to remember, and videographer Justin Edelman documented it from above and below.

Last year when Hurricane Delores brought rainbows of her own to San Diego’s Pride celebration with torrential rains, high winds and lightening, it wasn’t enough to keep people away from the celebration. 

Taylor Gobar's one-star review appears to be internet extortion to a Hillcrest business: FBI contacted

One local protester Taylor Gobar uses extortion through her reviews to hold businesses hostage until they do what she says.

It's a trend, it's real, and it's unethical. It's called "Internet Defamation," and I would soon find out one person is using it to threaten a well-respected Hillcrest business into submission. 

Plenty can be said about social activism, especially in the LGBT community. If the Stonewall Riots had not happened we may have not had the freedoms we enjoy today.

Jim Winsor’s Ultimate Guide to San Diego Pride 2016

 Everything you need to know about San Diego Pride 2016 is in this digital guide.

Well here it is, my annual Guide to San Diego Pride. Just bookmark this bad boy on your cell phones for easy access, and knowing where to go at any time during Pride will be available right at your fingertips!

Have a safe and happy Pride everyone!

Wednesday, July 13

SDGLN has a new look!

SDGLN has a new look!

The wait is over!

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.

We listened to your suggestions and have streamlined the navigation interface to make it easier to find the news you read the most.

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.