An appeals court overturned the convictions last year.
Douglas Barr, a candidate for mayor of Eugene, says he's educated himself and changed since participating in what prosecutors called a night of "homophobic rage" that resulted in an activist's death.
On Valentine’s Day weekend in 2004, the vice president first performed same-sex marriages as San Francisco district attorney. The Advocate spoke exclusively to a gay couple she married.
Twenty-three-year-old George Randall-Saldivar’s body was stuffed in a suitcase while he was still alive and dumped in the San Francisco Bay by Gerald Rowe and Angel Anderson, prosecutors say.
The Harvey Milk LGBTQ Democratic Club in San Francisco has rescinded its endorsement of President Joe Biden for the March primary.
A lawsuit targeting initiatives for transgender individuals and other groups puts a spotlight on inclusivity and anti-discrimination in public policy.
Leniyah Butler allegedly confessed to killing the man who refused to pay after she revealed her gender identity – prosecutors say she just didn't want to walk home in the cold.
Julien Tomasello's "The Secrets of Summer" is on view at the San Francisco AIDS Foundation's Strut center.
Calif. Sen. Scott Wiener, one of our Advocates of the Year, is a worthy heir to both Pelosi and another San Francisco icon, Harvey Milk.
David Mixner, Dianne Feinstein's friend and colleague for over 40 years, shares thoughts about her strength of character.
Some Google workers had contended that a show featuring drag performer Peaches Christ was an insult to Christians.