Pride

On display on a Twin Peaks hillside during San Francisco Pride since 1996, the Pink Triangle serves as reminder of the persecution gay people faced during the Holocaust and a celebration of victories since. (Gabrielle Lurie/Special to S.F. Examiner)

Pink Triangle to light up for 25th anniversary

Iconic S.F. gay rights art installation shines on during pandemic

On display on a Twin Peaks hillside during San Francisco Pride since 1996, the Pink Triangle serves as reminder of the persecution gay people faced during the Holocaust and a celebration of victories since. (Gabrielle Lurie/Special to S.F. Examiner)
“Ahead of the Curve,” a documentary about visionary lesbian Curve magazine, screens during the online Frameline44 Pride Showcase and at the West Wind Solano Drive-In Theater in Concord on June 28. (Courtesy Frameline)

Frameline announces SF Pride weekend showcase

Big LGBTQ+ film festival offers movies and more in virtual programming

“Ahead of the Curve,” a documentary about visionary lesbian Curve magazine, screens during the online Frameline44 Pride Showcase and at the West Wind Solano Drive-In Theater in Concord on June 28. (Courtesy Frameline)
Aunt Charlie’s Lounge is a one-of-a-kind Tenderloin dive with great community spirit. (Courtesy Marissa Patrice Leitman)

Bar patrons answer call to save Aunt Charlie’s

Fans of Tenderloin drag queen haven and neighborhood spot quickly donate

Aunt Charlie’s Lounge is a one-of-a-kind Tenderloin dive with great community spirit. (Courtesy Marissa Patrice Leitman)
Alex U. Inn is a community grand marshal in this year’s San Francisco Pride celebrations. (Jessica Christian/2017 S.F. Examiner)

Anti-corporate candidate runs for SF Pride Board

LGBTQ progressives are preparing to tear down San Francisco Pride’s corporate rainbows.…

Alex U. Inn is a community grand marshal in this year’s San Francisco Pride celebrations. (Jessica Christian/2017 S.F. Examiner)
Golf carts are lined up before the inaugural Pride Pro-Am Golf Tournament at TPC Harding Park on June 27, 2019. (Courtesy / SF Rec and Park)

TPC Harding Park hosts inaugural Pride tournament

City-owned golf course takes part in Pride for first time with scramble tournament

Golf carts are lined up before the inaugural Pride Pro-Am Golf Tournament at TPC Harding Park on June 27, 2019. (Courtesy / SF Rec and Park)
Kin Folkz, on a quest to help people who are marginalized, appears in the YouTube documentary “State of Pride.” (Courtesy Kin Folkz)

Kin Folkz advocates for gender nonconforming community

East Bay activist appears in YouTube doc ‘State of Pride’

Kin Folkz, on a quest to help people who are marginalized, appears in the YouTube documentary “State of Pride.” (Courtesy Kin Folkz)
“Gay Chorus Deep South,” which details the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus’ 2017 U.S. tour, closes Frameline43. (Courtesy Adam Hobbs)

SF Gay Men’s Chorus spreads message down South

Groundbreaking group continues human rights’ struggle

“Gay Chorus Deep South,” which details the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus’ 2017 U.S. tour, closes Frameline43. (Courtesy Adam Hobbs)
Pride flags are a prominent component of “Identity and Pride: Youth Exploration of Self” at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. (Courtesy photo)

Boys & Girls Clubs explore ‘Identity & Pride’ at YBCA

Young artists create with colorful flags, words and humor

Pride flags are a prominent component of “Identity and Pride: Youth Exploration of Self” at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. (Courtesy photo)
Two men walk down a stair case near Google’s San Francisco offices along The Embarcadero on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)

Local LGBTQ leaders back Googlers’ call to kick company out of parade

Employees critical of failure to address bigotry on YouTube

Two men walk down a stair case near Google’s San Francisco offices along The Embarcadero on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)
“A Luv Tale: The Series” is the San Francisco International LGBTQ+ Film Festival’s episodic centerpiece on June 27. (Courtesy photo)

Leon joins diverse cast of ‘A Luv Tale’

Web series a centerpiece program of Frameline43

“A Luv Tale: The Series” is the San Francisco International LGBTQ+ Film Festival’s episodic centerpiece on June 27. (Courtesy photo)
Chris Arvin will be donating the proceeds of his line of transit-themed stickers and t-shirts to LGBTQ nonprofits during the month of June.

You can ‘Get there bi train’ with punny Pride-themed transit gear

SF designer known for popular streetcar history map debuts new line

Chris Arvin will be donating the proceeds of his line of transit-themed stickers and t-shirts to LGBTQ nonprofits during the month of June.
KinFolkz, Pride's community grand marshal, has founded a number of organizations advocating for marginalized groups. (Courtesy photo)

Oakland activist-advocate Kin Folkz defines intersectionality

“We forget that, when we’re in the street and celebrating Pride, there…

KinFolkz, Pride's community grand marshal, has founded a number of organizations advocating for marginalized groups. (Courtesy photo)
Our Lady J is making several Pride appearances. (Courtesy Troy Pes)

Our Lady J breaks new ground for gender representation

“All I wanted to be was a preacher’s wife, so I could…

Our Lady J is making several Pride appearances. (Courtesy Troy Pes)
Our Lady J is making several Pride appearances. (Courtesy Troy Pes)
Our Lady J is making several Pride appearances. (Courtesy Troy Pes)
Revelers dance in the 47th annual San Francisco Pride Parade Sunday, June 25, 2017 (Mira Laing / Special to S.F. Examiner).

SF Pride parade fills downtown with color, resistance

Thousands donned their most colorful outfits and watched as demonstrators, revelers and…

Revelers dance in the 47th annual San Francisco Pride Parade Sunday, June 25, 2017 (Mira Laing / Special to S.F. Examiner).
See if you can spot Broke-Ass Stuart in the crowd during S.F. Pride last weekend. (Courtesy Ashkon Davaran)

San Francisco Pride never ceases to amaze

This was the first year in more than a decade where somebody…

See if you can spot Broke-Ass Stuart in the crowd during S.F. Pride last weekend. (Courtesy Ashkon Davaran)
Mayor Ed Lee was booed at the Trans March on Friday in Dolores Park. (Jessica Christian/S.F. Examiner file photo)
Mayor Ed Lee was booed at the Trans March on Friday in Dolores Park. (Jessica Christian/S.F. Examiner file photo)
Veronika Gonzalez, left, and her mother, Leisa Gonzalez, right, cheer during Sunday’s SF Pride Parade as it marches down Market Street.  (Photo by Joel Angel Juárez/Special to S.F. Examiner)

Heightened security, terror fear, prompts some to skip SF Pride

The green newsrack shook as three teenagers climbed atop it. They smiled…

Veronika Gonzalez, left, and her mother, Leisa Gonzalez, right, cheer during Sunday’s SF Pride Parade as it marches down Market Street.  (Photo by Joel Angel Juárez/Special to S.F. Examiner)
People silently walk holding pictures of the victims of the Orlando shooting during the Gay Pride Parade in San Francisco on Sunday. (Ryan McNulty/Special to S.F. Examiner)

SF Pride honors Orlando as Latino LGBT marchers recall homophobic violence

Efrain Vazquez, 47, stood amid a crowd of blue-clad marchers, waiting. It…

People silently walk holding pictures of the victims of the Orlando shooting during the Gay Pride Parade in San Francisco on Sunday. (Ryan McNulty/Special to S.F. Examiner)
Muni Bus on Market Street. (Michael Ares/ S.F. Examiner file photo)

Pride Parade traffic guide: bus reroutes and car detours

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is warning the Pride celebration will…

Muni Bus on Market Street. (Michael Ares/ S.F. Examiner file photo)