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  • ACT (Acting With Compassion And Truth) is a program designed to educate the San Quentin general population about the prison's LGBTQ community.There's only…
  • On the June 16th edition of Your Call, how do we create safe and affirming environments for queer youth?This year's Frameline Film Festival showcases…
  • Out in the Bay proudly features a new queer podcast this week: Stereotypes – Straight Talk From Queer Voices. On the pilot episode, “Still Coming Out,” producer and host Christopher Beale brings us two beautifully told coming out stories.
  • With events ranging from Big Gay Trivia Night to Big Gay Golf to the Dinner and Drag Show, and 19 other events – Pride in Napa has officially arrived.…
  • Despite massive evacuations after the Taliban takeover in August, many thousands of LGBTQ people remain in Afghanistan fearing for their lives, say two NGOs trying to rescue them. NGO officials and a gay Afghan American helping refugees resettle in California speak about the plight queer Afghans face and how the U.S. and Canadian governments should help.
  • Want to support a queer youngster in your life? Dr. Caitlin Ryan has been helping parents and other caregivers do just that for 30+ years. Hear her sage advice on this week's Out in the Bay.
  • This week on Out In The Bay, meet Rick Thoman, a track and field athlete who shares 40 years of memories with the San Francisco Track and Field Club. Plus, Alice Smith joins us to preview the 14th Annual Pride Meet, taking place June 18th at San Francisco State University.
  • A year into teaching high school, Mario Suarez knew it was time to come out as transgender at his school. His students embraced him and he dedicated his career to them all over again.
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