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Bay Area Reporter: 40 years at hub of gay culture
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In a row of hotel rooms atop the Stud gay club South of Market, reporters are clacking swiftly at computer desks where beds used to be. One is writing a story on a gay politician running for the state Assembly in Los Angeles. An editor is designing a page for "The Best of the Gays," readers' choice awards, and in the next room, a writer is compiling a list of weekend club parties. If San Francisco is the national epicenter of gay culture, then the Bay Area Reporter newspaper is the pinpoint within it - the place to discover what matters most to the gay folks living within the most influential gay city in America. This year, the BAR officially hits middle age.
AIDS DEATHS: Bay Area Reporter Posts No Obits
Post a Comment. Both his appearance and his lower-pitched, resonant voice make it hard to believe that during his youth in a small New Zealand farm town, two decades before he journeyed to San Francisco and was chosen for San Francisco Opera's prestigious Adler Fellow apprentice program, he was teased mercilessly for being gay. Not by choice; it's just how I was. I played hockey and tennis, which were the gayer sports from a high-school boy point of view. I also did a lot of music, and I loved music.
A former Bay Area resident who wrote a successful book for gay dads is back with another self-help guide for those with parenting questions. I wanted to know more from the perspective of other LGBT parents who went through the journey themselves. I collected stories from numerous other same-sex parents and had them write about what went well, what went bad, and what they wish they would have known before they started," he said. But being a parent presents itself with constant joys and problems, which are what Rosswood tackles in the new book. How can you find LGBT-friendly pediatricians or schools?