With 65 members and a new board, the San Antonio LGBT Chamber of Commerce has set its major goals for the coming year.
Back-to-school time brings a contrast of thoughts to mind: on the up side, new clothes or uniforms, new school supplies, and a fresh start with friends.
Kimberly Sonnie was 24 when she was diagnosed HIV positive. When doctors found the virus — all 10 billion particles, or copies, of it — they told Sonnie that she only had three years of life left.
Thursday’s vigil at Crockett Park demonstrated communal grief for the Orlando massacre victims and their families as well as a growing fear of the dangers faced by marginalized groups, particularly LGBTQIA communities, communities of color, and Muslim communities.
The definition of the word transgender does not include sexuality, Keith Wichinski, a local health care provider, told a group of 20 at the Landa Branch Library Monday evening.
Euclid Media Group, the privately held media company formed in 2013 to acquire the San Antonio Current as well as three other alternative weekly publications, will debut its first new glossy magazine this November, Out in SA.
For as long as I can remember, I have wanted to live in New York City.
Walking into the room where Fiesta Youth meets on Tuesday nights from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at University Presbyterian Church, I’m immediately taken back to my years as a youth group kid.
With little advance fanfare, Bexar County Commissioners will decide today whether to follow in the footsteps of the City of San Antonio and offer employees domestic partnership benefits.
There are too many New York Cities to name.