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Pride 2015

Job openings at San Diego Pride

San Diego LGBT Pride released the descriptions of two new job openings with the local nonprofit, which will allow them to not only improve their events but increase their financial support of the local LGBT community. The two positions include Director of Entertainment and an Office Manager.

Back Out With Benny: We are family

We are a family and despite our many differences (many of those differences are what make this family so beautiful), we are there for each other on our best days and our worst days.

Back out With Benny: A very wet but very memorable Pride

Even though Pride is now behind us, there is still so much going on around the community, with some of my favorite summer events on the horizon, including what many in the community refer to as “Pride Lite” — Hillcrest CityFest on Sunday, Aug. 9 from noon to 11 p.m.

Mr., Ms., Miss Gay Pride San Diego 2015 titleholders crowned

Sixteen community members competed in the 3 categories, answering the question: "What does Pride mean to you?" Contestants also wore attire that represented their "pride" and were asked to explain their outfit to the judges.

San Diego State University to raise rainbow flag in advance of San Diego Pride

In a statement, Eric Rivera, vice president for student affairs, invited members of the faculty and all students to attend and encouraged wide participation of the event to show campus support of LGBT students on the SDSU campus as well as the local LGBT community at large.

An open letter about the 2015 San Diego Pride Parade

Pride was recently contacted by members of the transgender community who notified us of their plan to conduct multiple “die-ins” during which individuals will lie on the street, stopping the parade, while others encircle them with crime scene tape and read the names of trans* individuals whom we’ve lost this year to murder and suicide.