Not all furries are LGBTQ folks. However, a significant portion are. According to the International Anthropomorphic Research Project (IARP) * , furries are 7 times more likely to be homosexual than the general population. Similar trends for the rest of the LGBTQ spectrum are evident in this research. That being said,
Remember Missed Connections? Craigslist’s personal section was not only used by lonely stranger danger booty calls but it was a popular site where you could reach out semi-anonymously to the “cute girl on the N-Judah” who was reading Eat Pray Love on your commute to the FiDi.
Vibrant polychromatic greetings, queerly beloved BAS readership!! We now find ourselves on Pride Wednesday, and although there has been many a kick-off party and Frameline reel unspooled thus far, now things begin to ratchet toward the fever pitch that will be this weekend. We here at BAS, however, would like
Hooray! It’s Pride Month in San Francisco. The rainbow flags are flying proudly on Market Street, queer people are coming from all over the world to experience our friendly, little city and it seems like there might be fornicating gay unicorns around every corner. If you’re a straight person who wants
Tegan and Sara announced plans to mark the 10th anniversary of the release of their fifth studio album, The Con, with a special North American tour. They will perform acoustic and intimate arrangements of all 14 of the album’s songs, followed by a selection of fan favorites. The Con – which
Gilbert Baker, an artist who in 1978 created the iconic Rainbow Flag, passed away on Friday at his home in New York City. He was 65 years old. Cause of death remains unknown at this time. An army veteran, Gilbert was stationed in San Francisco when he was honorably discharged
Despite all the gnarly politics swimming about in London, the last weekend in June, people from every which place joined together to celebrate Pride. Businesses great and small were representing, and I was also privy to some festive novelties, delicious treats, and extraordinary displays lighting up the evening sky. Below, I give