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How the criminalization of the queer community affects us all

Sexual minorities, including queer and LGBT people, face many obstacles when navigating the criminal justice system. And find themselves at the mercy of unreasonable and homophobic/transphobic sex laws.

From San Diego with love

While Susan and Stephanie are domestic partners in California, they chose to celebrate their love with a celebratory wedding, not a legal marriage, on an Alaska cruise. All seven children and the family’s adopted grandma were fully involved in all the festivities. Considering the family’s love of travel, it was the perfect spot.

Inferno dances prepare to spread like Wildfire in April

Starting this Saturday, Hot Flash Dances, LLC is rebranding their monthly event to Wildfire and local San Diego women will get two opportunities to dance in the month of April.

When We Were Outlaws author to give "Queer Identity" talk downtown Sunday

The pioneering LGBT activist, writer and author will be offering a free lecture about the changes in gender identity over the years and read from her book, When We Were Outlaws, prior to a lesbian-identified play at San Diego REPertory Theatre on Sunday.

Black History Month: Five favorite LGBTQ black women

Carmen has read several compilations this month about prominent black male members of the LGBT community, but she decided to compile her own list focusing solely on women.