Resources for the LGBT Community

10th Anniversary of California Marriage Equality Battle

10th Anniversary of California Marriage Equality Battle

Feb 6, 2014

February 12 Marks 10th Anniversary of First Same-Sex Wedding in San Francisco’s Winter of Love Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014, marks the 10th anniversary of the start of San Francisco’s month long “Winter of Love,” when the City issued marriage licenses to thousands of same-sex couples in defiance of California State officials. Lawsuits and...

Workshop to Pinpoint LGBT Historic Sites in San Francisco

Workshop to Pinpoint LGBT Historic Sites in San Francisco

Oct 9, 2013

November 14, 2013San Francisco Launches LGBT Heritage Project – Community Workshop Will Pinpoint Historic Sites  San Francisco — The San Francisco Historic Preservation Fund Committee has awarded a grant to the GLBT Historical Society to develop a comprehensive study of places associated with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender history in the...

Dance Party Stories & Authors as Witnesses to History

Dance Party Stories & Authors as Witnesses to History

Sep 25, 2013

Fall Museum Programs to Highlight Queer Dance Party Stories, Authors as Witnesses to History      San Francisco — The fall 2013 program series at The GLBT History Museum will include a panel discussion and a reading by a novelist and a memoir writer. Events take place at the museum at 4127 18th St. in San Francisco. For more information, call (415)...

José Julio Sarria (1922-2013) — Pioneering GLBT Activist & Entertainer Inbox

José Julio Sarria (1922-2013) — Pioneering GLBT Activist & Entertainer Inbox

Aug 20, 2013

In Memory of José Julio Sarria (1922-2013): Daring, Colorful Pioneer of GLBT Activism San Francisco — José Julio Sarria (1922-2013), a pioneer of activism on behalf of dignity and equality for GLBT people in the United States since the mid-1950s, died of cancer at his home in Los Ranchos de Albuquerque on the morning of Aug. 19, 2013; he was 90 years...

SF Gay Men’s Chorus – 35 Years of Activism Through Music

SF Gay Men’s Chorus – 35 Years of Activism Through Music

Aug 12, 2013

Exhibition on San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus Highlights 35 Years of Activism Through Music San Francisco — Founded in 1978 as the first openly gay choral group in the world, the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus has performed for tens of thousands of music lovers in the Bay Area and across the United States. Its rousing songs have accompanied...