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Male prostitution is probably as old as the city itself. Edward Prime-Stevenson wrote in 1908 that soldiers in the Presidio were for rent during the Spanish-American War. It is certainly as old as the homophile organizations.
How can you have a show about the counterculture that's short on sex, drugs and rock & roll? The answer is: With difficulty. But that's not all that's missing from "Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia."
An award-winning author, a black songstylist, a trans dance company founder, and a gay nightlife impresario are among the 10 individuals who have been nominated for San Francisco Pride community grand marshal.
For the first time since 2007, San Francisco last year saw a decline in cases of early syphilis, according to preliminary year-end data for 2016. Yet the city also reported double-digit increases in both chlamydia and gonorrhea cases.
The 2017 slate of Oscar-nominated live action short films offers many delights.
The LGBT community's most eagerly awaited television event comes to small screens with the Feb. 27 premiere of "When We Rise," an all-star docudrama about the early days of San Francisco's equality movement.
Looking over a large-scale model of the Presidio near the entrance to the new visitor center for the former army base turned national park, Craig Kenkel pointed to the Batteries-to-Bluffs trail as one of his favorite places in the park.
Problems with California's AIDS Drug Assistance Program are leading to the delayed launch of a program that would help people statewide get access to PrEP.
Despite deep roots in the California tech world and a job she loved in the Bay Area, Megan Smith didn't hesitate to pack her bags for Washington, D.C. when she was offered a job as the government's chief technology officer.
"Spotify says they can't turn a profit because they have to pay artists too much. But the owner of Spotify is worth $310 million," says singer-songwriter James Morgan with a derisive laugh.