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29 Jun 2016

Where are San Francisco’s Homeless People Supposed to Go?

Guest post by Kelley Cutler Human Rights Organizer with the Coalition on Homelessness I woke up that morning to a call from a woman who was living in a tent on the street. Through her tears I could hear the muffled voices of San Francisco police coming through the phone, telling

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27 Jun 2016

Will Brexit Trigger Scottish Independence?

Brexit vote is causing turmoil in the greater UK. Scottish voting results show a clear majority wish to stay in the EU, a new pole suggests that a two thirds majority of Scots now want to leave the UK instead…

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10 Jun 2016

On Moving Away from San Francisco

Guest post by Marina Javor San Francisco was different when I moved here as a college freshman in the fall of 1999. San Francisco, as I first experienced it, is bigger and brighter in my mind’s eye than when I look at it now. I remember the first time I

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09 Feb 2016

6 Most Popular Sex Toys in San Francisco

Straight from the sex toy experts, we found out which toys were selling best in San Francisco

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08 Feb 2016

A Veteran’s Affair: How Dealing With the VA is Like Dating a Douchebag

What is the Department of Veterans Affairs to a veteran? It’s a relationship – with the douchiest person we’ve ever dated.
Guest Post by Artist & Veteran Emily Yates

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22 Jan 2016

The Amazing Catcalls I’ve Heard in San Francisco

Offensive and off-putting, catcalls are oftentimes a daily part of a woman’s existence. Especially younger women like myself. What gives men the idea that this is something they should do to try to seduce a woman I don’t know. It must work for some of them sometimes, or maybe they like the reaction they get (maybe they get off to the disgust, anger, or freaked-out grimace of the pursued woman)…I’ve never stopped to ask my cat callers, and I don’t think I ever will.

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01 Dec 2015

A Gentleman’s Guide to Lavish Poverty in San Francisco

Do you remember a time when San Francisco was relatively affordable, rich with culture and community, and thriving local business? ­Neither do I. I am a “transplant”, and there’s a decent chance, you are too. The San Francisco housing crisis and being “priced out” seem to be two indicative buzzwords on a lot of people’s daily vernacular

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