For as long as San Francisco has been around, it’s been a welcome port of call for sailors looking to get a little action while on shore leave, especially queer ones. So we figured what better way to celebrate Fleet Week than to throw a party for all the LGBT member
Twenty years after they began releasing records as the Indigo Girls, Amy Ray and Emily Saliers have politely declined the opportunity to slow down with age. The duo has balanced their long, successful musical career by supporting numerous social causes – the Indigo Girls don’t just talk the talk; they
Hey there, jotos! Can you believe that our sticky, summertime slut-in is already in us??? Yeps, the singlets, slings and stillettos have already been ransacked at Mr. S and folks are desperately trying to get their last minute tramp stamps into all the fetes du fetish. Here at BAS, however,
Guest post by Kaspar K The Gay Agenda, is satire with a heart. Poking fun at the right-wing propaganda that says the gays are destroying the country was definitely part of the motivation, but as the content started to take shape, we realized this little project could in fact help
They’re not all white bros? What is happening??!
As we’ve often surmised before, a quick glance at San Francisco on any given day is essentially an inventory of things we’ve lost. Sure, the legacy business closures and demolitions are reams long, but even longer and more crushing is the list of citizens expunged by either economic or even lethal force.
For the third time, in less than a month, a simple, yet powerful, art installation has been marred by hate. Manuel Paul’s Por Vida, which was installed to great fanfare from the queer Latino community on June 13th, was defaced again late Monday, this time by arson. That it