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Establishments will be allowed to have private rooms, but must provide free safe-sex materials and wash-up facilities
Fonda gave a powerful interview in support of gay people in San Francisco
Charting an odyssey of classic gay erotica, from Arthur J. Bressan Jr.'s "Passing Strangers" to Wakefield Poole's "Boys in the Sand."
"Stage Mother" works overtime to entertain, but everything doesn't come up roses
Supervisor Rafael Mandelman says outdated regulations haven't kept pace with changes in HIV testing and treatment
Details still in flux, but organizers promise live music and entertainment, as well as streaming adult content, at both festivals
Mark Steyn said the mayor didn't want "all the gays dropping dead" in a "big gay apocalypse"
Search giant under fire from employees for allegedly failing to implement pro-LGBTQ policies and practices
Police are searching for the attacker, who allegedly left his victim bleeding profusely on the sidewalk
San Francisco man was exposed to rare, drug-resistant strain of HIV after a sexual partner neglected their antiretroviral treatment
With favorable exchange rates that have not been seen in decades and very attractive domestic and international airline fares, 2017 has the potential to be...
Watch Dogs 2 is fun, vibrant and packed with interesting characters -- everything the original wasn't.
San Francisco, Seattle, New York City and the state of New York are pushing back against North Carolina lawmakers’ decision to pass a bill overturning...
Arguments supporting pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) have been further bolstered this week, as another study confirms the efficacy of a daily dosage of medication in preventing...
The first AIDS Vigil happened in San Francisco in 1985