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Coming out kinky: How much should people know?

By Race Bannon | Wednesday Nov 7, 2018
We're a month past National Coming Out Day, but the issue of coming out is something that anyone within the LGBTQ communities struggles with 365 days a year.

Lesbian CA leg candidates trailing

By Matthew S. Bajko | Wednesday Nov 7, 2018
Three lesbian California legislative candidates considered the most likely to win were trailing in their races as of Wednesday morning.

LGBTs make history in House, state races

By Lisa Keen | Wednesday Nov 7, 2018
As the first returns in Minnesota's 2nd Congressional District began to emerge Tuesday night, it looked as if lesbian businesswoman Angie Craig would lose — a second time — to a former talk show host who once compared LGBT people to criminals.

Li wins BART board seat

By Alex Madison | Wednesday Nov 7, 2018
The board that oversees the regional BART transit system is poised to get its first queer Asian woman after Janice Li took a commanding lead in the District 8 race Tuesday.

Out candidates win, lose East Bay council races

By Matthew S. Bajko | Wednesday Nov 7, 2018
A number of gay and lesbian candidates were elected to city council seats throughout the East Bay Tuesday night, while two out incumbent councilmen were ousted from office.

Gay SF supe Mandelman eyes board presidency position

By Matthew S. Bajko | Wednesday Nov 7, 2018
Progressives are set to maintain control of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, as the unofficial returns Wednesday morning had all of the left-of-center candidates defeating their more moderate opponents for the governing body's even-numbered seats.

House goes blue

By Lisa Keen | Wednesday Nov 7, 2018
The Democratic takeover of the U.S. House of Representatives Tuesday night was modest by the numbers: Democrats took at least 29 House seats held by Republicans and lost only one to the GOP.

Newsom wins gov race; Lara clings to lead for insurance czar

By Alex Madison | Wednesday Nov 7, 2018
Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom, who became a hero to the LGBT community when, as mayor in 2004, he ordered San Francisco officials to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, coasted to victory in the California governor's race Tuesday.

Voters snub most Bay Area LGBT school bd. candidates

By Matthew S. Bajko | Wednesday Nov 7, 2018
Bay Area voters largely snubbed LGBT school board candidates Tuesday night, with only two of the nine on the ballot winning their races based on the unofficial returns.

A drag no more — SF Ellis Act case settles

By Alex Madison | Wednesday Nov 7, 2018
LGBT tenants in San Francisco have retracted claims that their landlords discriminated against them as part of a settlement reached last week in an ongoing eviction battle.

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