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The Queer Company That’s Transforming the Cannabis Industry, One Bud at a Time

As pride month has (technically) come to an end, the time has come once again for us to watch big businesses “de-rainbow” their logos, discontinue their pride-themed products, and, slowly but surely, fade back into hetero-normalcy.  In this era of performative allyship and rainbow-washing, it can be difficult to discern good from bad when it […]

Non-Binary Fashion Line Debuts with 18 Unigender Pieces

Fashion is evolving and extending beyond the traditional views of who wears what? We see it on TikTok as young men and women dress out of their gender roles. For San Francisco based label, And Our, it’s only the first step in creating conversation around expression. The label was born out of the founders, Anthony […]

Polk Gulch: San Francisco’s First Gay Neighborhood

While you’ve probably already celebrated LGTBQIA+ pride and allyship in The Castro, the city’s famously gay neighborhood, did you know that Polk Gulch was where you’d be celebrating gay pride from the 1950s to the early 1980s? Yes, Polk Street was the epicenter for LGTBQIA+-owned clothing stores, bars, nightclubs, parties, and more. As Pride comes […]

Gay Code: How Overt Labels Still Hinder Any Progress in LGBTQ Spaces

Half of our amazing staff is LGBTQ and we love it, what we don’t love is the code words inner circle LGBTQ use to define their space. Much like our past posts on femininity and bi-curiousness, let’s have a chat about the enigma of “fabulous” shepards words.  What do I love about being a Queer […]

A Pride History Lesson: What Made San Francisco Gay?

To ask this question is to receive a series of uneasy answers; shaky responses guided by misconstrued information and misplaced dates. A few names get barked out without much elaboration, and answers start to take the tone of questions themselves. Of course, credit is given to certain names engrained in San Francisco’s history: Harvey Milk, […]

Oaklash Comes Back with 50 Hours of Nonstop Drag Content

You can’t keep a good queer down, especially during a time like no other in a pandemic. Though this year over one hundred drag kings, queens, and queer performers from the Bay Area and beyond will perform online for the fourth annual Oaklash Drag & Queer Performance Festival. Organized by the powerhouse duo, Beatrix LaHaine […]

San Francisco Pride Honors African American Art & Culture Complex Directors as 2021 Grand Marshals

The Western Addition’s African American Art & Culture Complex co-executive directors Melonie and Melorra Green have been elected in an online vote as Community Grand Marshals. “SF Pride wishes to thank the hundreds of people who voted for the general public’s choice of 2021 Community Grand Marshals”, said the SF Pride team on the nominations, […]

Till Open Relationship Does Us Part: Are We In The Age Of Open Doors?

Our grandparents didn’t date like millennials do now? Are we seeing a trend that will fade away or the new age American signs of commitment? In the come ups of dating culture whether in a city setting or neighboring, we have the problematic luxury of dating as we see fit. Monogamous, polyamorous, no-strings-attached, and the […]

The Layered Humor: Comedy and Plants of Dylan McKeever

Watching San Francisco-based comedian Dylan McKeever on their Instagram TV interview their plants, talk about Trans dating, or even coping mechanisms—you’re equal parts gutturally laughing and coming to realizations. McKeever’s content is a learning experience wrapped in a silk scarf of high and low comedy. In one of their most popular videos, The Surgery, it’s […]

What’s In A Name—The Elements Of Your Chosen Family

When you walk during a ball, the judges before you look for elements that grant you the permission of 10’s across the board. These elements can vary depending on the category you decide to walk but regardless, all of the elements must be brought in order for you to be welcomed. These elements are key […]

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