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Guest editorial: A tale of two elections

Posted: January 6th, 2017 | Editorial, Opinion & News, Opinions | 1 Comment

Democrats both terrified and triumphant By Francine Busby I began election night doing upbeat media interviews at the Democratic Election Night Party. I predicted that we would be witnessing the historic election of the first female president of the United States and that Democratic candidates would rack up victories in local races across San Diego County due to a surge in registration, a strong field of candidates and our increased capacity to win elections.

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Guest editorial: A message from the board of San Diego Pride

Posted: December 9th, 2016 | Editorial, Opinion & News, Opinions | No Comments

San Diego Pride has the challenging responsibility to represent the complex nature of the full diversity within San Diego’s LGBTQ community. While the board, staff, and volunteers are diverse in expertise, age, race, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, faith, and ability, we strive to listen, reflect, and respond to the ever-evolving needs and concerns presented to the organization. We want everyone to know that we have heard them and will continue our efforts […]

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Guest editorial: Five tips for shopping for the health plan that best fits you

Posted: December 9th, 2016 | Editorial, Featured, Opinions | No Comments

Covered California’s three-month open-enrollment period started Nov.1, but now is still a great time to shop for the best fit for your health coverage. Approximately 1.4 million people are enrolled in a health plan through Covered California, yet it is estimated that thousands of LGBT Californians remain uninsured, even though nine out of 10 of them are eligible for thousands of dollars in federal subsidies to help them pay their monthly premiums.

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Guest editorial: 5 things you should be thankful for as a modern LGBT person

Posted: November 25th, 2016 | Editorial, Opinion & News, Opinions | No Comments

By Mikey Rox | The Frivolist If you believe post-election social media, the world is going to hell in a deplorable hand basket. Our LGBT brothers and sisters are frightened for the rights they’ve fought for over the past several decades, which is only exacerbated by a now Republican majority within the United States government led by a “conservative” president and a far alt-right vice president. The fear is palpable. Yet the reality of this […]

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Letters to the editor – Nov. 25, 2016

Posted: November 25th, 2016 | Featured, Letters to the editor, Opinions | No Comments

Sharing is caring [Ref: “Profiles in Advocacy: Keeping the torch lit for LGBT seniors,” Vol. 7, Issue 22, or online at tinyurl.com/z8oxo98.] The article that featured me has gotten much attention. I know that oftentimes people don’t make online comments, so I just wanted you to know that Bob and I have both been approached by complete strangers who recognize us from the article and have shared how inspirational it was and the hope it gave […]

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Guest editorial: Transgender rights in the workplace

Posted: November 11th, 2016 | Editorial, Opinion & News, Opinions | No Comments

California employers receive long-awaited guidance By Adriana Cara California has traditionally been one of the most progressive states in the nation when it comes to protecting employees’ rights in the workplace. True to form, the state legislature led the charge to expand employees’ legal protections when it elected to revise the Fair Employment and Housing Act (“the FEHA”) to add “gender” to the definition of “sex” in 2003.

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