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  1. Scott Wiener on PrEP, saving The Stud, and why San Francisco is remains the LGBTQ havenRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 10 | Queerty

    It was not long after he moved to San Francisco's Castro neighborhood in 1997 that Scott Wiener set his sights on elected office. He certainly had the credentials.

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  2. Why I'm hoping Mark Leno will be San Francisco's first openly gay mayorRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 2 | Queerty

    Juanita MORE! is a denizen of the limelight. For two and a half decades, the tireless hostess has blitzed San Francisco with high glamour, drag irreverence, danceable beats, culinary delectables and a philanthropic heart that has illuminated the entire city.

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  3. 9 amazing only-in-San Francisco experiences to rock in the New YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 29, 2017 | Queerty

    New Year's Eve in San Francisco is pretty awesome. From Oasis Club , where Cazwell takes the stage, to the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence at The Independent nightclub, there is no shortage of legendary ways to celebrate.

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  4. 9 San Francisco brick & mortar stores to pick up perfect holiday giftsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2017 | Queerty

    Remember the good old days of holiday shopping? Rather than rummaging through wasteful packages of ill-fitting clothing in your apartment lobby, we headed out for a truly special social adventure-frantic, last minute shopping at your favorite brick & mortar stores. Not only can you actually touch and feel beautiful products of all sorts, there's always that cute retail guy to help you find just the right fit or gift.

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  5. Gay adult film star charged with murdering his boyfriendRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 6, 2017 | Queerty

    Last month we reported on a troubling scene out of San Francisco - a man's body was found stabbed in a Hayes Valley apartment , and the boyfriend of the victim was nowhere to be found. The victim was 48-year-old Keith Harris, and police immediately turned to his missing boyfriend, Othman Al-Muttalaby , as their prime suspect.

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  6. The Gay Men's Chorus brought San Francisco love to the south. Here's what happened next.Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 3, 2017 | Queerty

    Louis Rogers joined The San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus in 2015. The outgoing and effusive baritone, who works at InkHouse and lives in San Francisco's Mission District, says the chorus introduced him to a remarkable "cross section" of the gay world.

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  7. Adult film star goes missing after his boyfriend is found stabbed to deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2017 | Queerty

    A gay adult film star has disappeared after his boyfriend was found stabbed to death in his San Francisco studio apartment last week. 48-year-old Keith Harris was murdered in Hayes Valley last week.

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  8. The Castro goes all rainbow lights fantastic to celebrate the 40th Harvey Milk anniversaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 5, 2017 | Queerty

    November 8 marks the 40th anniversary of Harvey Milk's election to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, making him the first openly gay elected official in the state. To memorialize this breakthrough for political outsiders everywhere, Illuminate , a San Francisco group that creates public art via fabulous lighting, has created "Harvey's Halo," a rainbow beam of light above Harvey Milk Plaza at the corner of Market and Castro Streets in San Francisco .

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  9. Juanita More on how to get invited to her nude dinner parties: "Send me naked selfies!"Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2017 | Queerty

    If one person could ever personify the glorious diversity of San Francisco, Juanita MORE! would be as good a candidate as anyone. The legendary latin drag queen, party promoter, political activist, DJ, and gourmet chef has been a San Francisco fixture for two decades, embracing the lives of local scenesters while welcoming countless queer visitors to the the city by the bay at her regular nightlife bashes at various locations throughout the city.

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  10. Drag legend Heklina says "put your phone down" now to enjoy SF's Folsom Street FairRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2017 | Queerty

    In the less than three years since drag legend Heklina opened Oasis in San Francisco, the nightclub has become a mainstay of the city's thriving and eccentric party scene. And it's easy to see why.

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  11. 5 ways to experience 50 years of San Francisco's queer Summer of Love like a real flower childRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 22, 2017 | Queerty

    Celebrate San Francisco's 5oth anniversary of the 1967 Summer of Love, which unleashed a cultural revolution that prominently included queer liberation that we still enjoy to this day. Summer Solistice Celebration is open now through October 21, 2017, at the Conservatory of Flowers Illumination in Golden Gate Park.

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  12. 8 reasons to celebrate the greatest show on earth, San Francisco PrideRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 17, 2017 | Queerty

    It's hard to believe that the epic international event that is now San Francisco Pride began as a rag-tag group of fiery activists way back in 1970, coming just three years after the city's breakthrough Summer of Love. The annual mega-event is testament to the courage of the original marchers but also to the power of the original idea: That everyone should be proud of their identity, not matter how different from the majority or what others say.

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  13. How the Summer of Love unleashed Sylvester & San Francisco's homocore music sceneRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 10, 2017 | Queerty

    Perhaps no art form more exemplifies San Francisco 's Summer of Love than the music of the era. It led an explosion of culture and expression in the balmy summer months of 1967, and a counterculture revolution swept through the city by the bay.

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  14. Leather, Lace and Levis: San Francisco's 10 wildest, sexiest costume partiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 17, 2017 | Queerty

    Just who do you think you are? Thanks to San Francisco's long history of cherishing outrageous self-expression, you can dress up as just about anyone you like. There's no surer sign of a typical day in the city by the bay than people watching in a sidewalk cafe and coming across someone strolling down the street in a strange, gorgeous and/or sexy outfit.

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  15. 10 San Francisco hotels where you check in but never wanna check outRead the original story w/Photo

    May 6, 2017 | Queerty

    From gay bed & breakfasts that launched in the '60s Castro to the groundbreaking Phoenix Hotel in the Tenderloin, home to rock stars and celebrities, to hundreds of hosts at Airbnb, San Francisco has created unique hospitality for the millions of visitors who pour into the city every year, many who arrive for pride, Folsom Street Fair or dozens of other only-in-SF affairs. When the city calls to you for a visit - and it will call, often - here are some of the best places to park your luggage while you're out having an adventure What could possibly be more majestic than a palace for a hotel? You'll feel like royalty as you stroll through the garden court, surrounded by marble and stone and gorgeous chandeliers.

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  16. 10 legendary San Francisco gay bars (current and past) that liberated your worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 22, 2017 | Queerty

    There's something magic about walking through the doors of a gay bar or club that has been around before you - you can almost feel the personal stories, the come-ons, the banter, the longing for freedom seeping out of the nicked wood of the bar. Many of San Francisco's legendary bars go way, way back, even before the Summer of Love in '67, and remain thriving to this day.

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  17. 13 classic restaurants that show off the San Francisco food revolutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2017 | Queerty

    The vegetarian and back-to-the-farm revolution of the 1960s Bay Area spawned the ultimate food city of the day, which today is known for some of the freshest, healthiest and most diverse cuisines in the world. Not to mention some of the most unique.

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