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When Gays Bash Back: The Story of Rev. Broshears and the Lavender Panthers

An epidemic of gay bashings and murders in ’70s San Francisco led this man to bash back with his Lavender Panthers

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Culture
Juanita More, Legendary SF Activist, on the Legacy and Significance of Pride

Very few people can say they’ve raised nearly $1 million for their local LGBTQ community, but legendary activist, philanthropist and queen Juanita More is one of those people. A community organizer in the truest sense of the word, Juanita More’s name on an event flyer is like a seal of[…]

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San Francisco Pride Returns With Two Epic Movie Nights in the Ballpark

After a pandemic-triggered hiatus in 2020, San Francisco Pride returned this weekend, though without its signature parade that draws up to a million participants. Instead, SF Pride partnered up with Frameline, the world’s largest and longest running LGBTQ+ film festival, and hosted two epic movie nights out in the open[…]

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‘Stand Up, Fight Back’: A Brief Timeline of the Violent Fight for LGBTQ Rights

When it comes to queer riots, Stonewall is hardly the only one that made history! For the last 60 years, LGBTQ people have been raising hell and fighting back against abusive cops. Whether resisting violent police raids or demanding action from callous Republican officials, some of the community’s most important[…]

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