Longtime Castro bar suddenly closes

One of the Castro's oldest and beloved bars, Harvey’s, has now closed its doors; a victim of more than the pandemic. Originally, opened in 1974 as the Elephant Walk, it was renamed Harvey's in 1988, in honor of assassinated Supervisor Harvey Milk, closed forever on Sunday.

In Pakistan, trans men search for inclusion, visibility

Aman, a 22-year-old transgender man from the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore, says he was always close to his father. When he was little and it was cold out, his father held his hands to warm them. When he was at university, his father would wait until he got home to eat dinner together, regardless of how late it was.

'Light in the Grove' on the eve of World Aids Day

On the eve of World Aids Day, there was an annual gathering at Golden Gate Park called "Light in the Grove" to honor the many lives lost to HIV/AIDS and celebrate the survivors.