The San Francisco Symphony was set to play in Chapel Hill at the beginning of April, but their protest cancellation against the state’s anti-LGBT law is music to our ears.
While now it’s mostly just an aesthetic, the radical faeries started out as a counter-cultural community.
San Francisco is about to erect a 12-story condo and hotel complex on top of an area of town with lots of transgender and queer sex-worker history.
Photos and commentary about the Naked Boys Reading event in Berlin at Monster Ronson’s – which is exactly what it sounds like.
We know, you’re terrified at the prospect of a President Donald Trump — but we’ll survive this. We have to.
Even though Donald Trump won the presidency, so did marijuana, transit expansion and quite a few LGBTQ candidates in other races: here’s how it all shook out!
The Folsom Street Fair isn’t just sexy people waking around in kink and BDSM gear; it’s also a chance to express yourself, get off, and connect with others!
This year’s Folsom Street Fair takes place on September 25; to get you ready for it, we’ve compiled the best pics from last year’s fair… and its dirty little brother, the Up Your Alley fair. Enjoy!
Whether you’re going to Burning Man 2016 or not, you’ll love our gallery of some of the hottest people attending this year’s annual art event.
Visiting San Francisco and like to know where to get laid? Check out this list of best hipster bars for your next Bay Area adventure.
August marks the anniversary of the founding of the Gay Games — the LGBTQ equivalent of the Olympics — which started small but remains a major sporting event to this day.
The duo behind GAYmous obviously like each other. Together they’ve created the slut-step genre.
The AIDS Healthcare Foundation doesn’t seem to care about health or stopping AIDS. They’re opposing a California bill asking doctors to mention PrEP to HIV-negative patients.
The Mission District in San Francisco is full of great history, activists, the counterculture — and great food and drink!
Meth use is on the rise in NYC, but while one report blames a lack of anti-meth campaigns, the purity of the drug may be a contributing factor.
“Arrested Development” writer Richard Day couldn’t have dreamt up the Bluth’s suburban nightmares without John Waters’ wicked influence.
The AIDS Healthcare Foundation’s print ads have used slut-shaming and fear to depict Truvada and PrEP as a deceptive ‘party drug.’ Why did they bother?
The Missing Generation, the latest work by choreographer Sean Dorsey, is based on archival research and over 75 hours of oral history interviews.
Jazzie’s Place is the first of its kind when it comes to giving homeless LGBT adults a place to stay. We take a look inside the first shelter of its kind…
If you’ve been to San Francisco, you’ve probably noticed those weird brick circles that are…
One intrepid man has come up with a novel solution to cutting costs — listing himself as an apartment amenity.
The transition back to the real world after AIDS/LifeCycle is a lot like Burning Man,…
Red Dress Day is by far the best day on the AIDS/LifeCycle ride. The costumes are ridiculous, sexy, and a whole lot of fun.
It also gave me the opportunity to wear a dress for the first time! I rocked it out, had a blast and shot this video to commemorate the occasion.
Every Thursday, the riders, roadies and volunteers on the AIDS/LifeCycle put on an extravagant show…