san diego news
Lack of GLBT-affirming books found in San Diego schools » GLSEN board member working to make GLBT books available to teachers, students » by Pat Sherman
AB 205 moves closer to becoming a reality » Injunction fails and referendum deadline passes
Hepatitis risk high among gay men » GLMA launches campaign to educate community about risks » by Travis D. Bone
Help for GLBT weddings » San Diego gets its first GLBT wedding planning resource event » by Rachel Ralston
A year of unprecedented gains » Gay rights forge ahead in spite of backlash
Transgender community remembers Brandon Teena » ‘Boys Don’t Cry’ death sparked a movement
Massachusetts has a busy year » Church scandal, gay marriage top stories in 2002
AIDS spreading among American Indians » Reservation infection rates climb
Minnesota poll shows limited support for gay rights » But attitudes are changing
Mich. governor bans anti-gay bias » State employment cannot discriminate based on sexual orientation
World News Briefs » Compiled by Rex Wockner
health & sports
A year of ups and downs for gays in sports » A look back at 2003 in sports
Issue 836 » January 1, 2004
Epicurious Eating » Nectar of the gods » by Frank Sabatini Jr.
Taking the Pink Plunge » by Frank Sabatini Jr.
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