Posted: February 2nd, 2018 | Featured, Opinions | 1 Comment

We want to begin by affirming that all of us at San Diego LGBT Pride are steadfast in our commitment to our long-standing mission and vision — to foster pride, equality and respect for all LGBT communities locally, nationally, and globally.

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Letters to the Editor: Jan. 5, 2018

Posted: January 5th, 2018 | Editorial, Featured, Letters to the editor | No Comments

More artistic support

[Ref: “Gay News Briefs: Art fundraiser makes nearly a grand,” Vol. 8, Issue 26, or online at]

Additionally, Patrick Brown and myself also sent off at least 40 postcards to Visual AIDS to raise more funds for the 20th anniversary of Postcard From The Edge. At $85 each, this could help them to raise over $3,000. We are so happy to be a conduit for this important program.

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Editorial: #BreaktheSilence

Posted: December 8th, 2017 | Editorial, Opinion & News | 1 Comment

By Morgan M. Hurley

Every 98 seconds a woman is sexually assaulted.

That is a harrowing statistic. I’ve been inspired to write an opinion piece on sexual assault ever since the trove of shocking allegations from dozens of accusers brought Harvey Weinstein down and social media exploded with personal stories that connected women across the nation through the hashtag suggested by actress Alyssa Milano, #MeToo.

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Letters to the Editor: Dec. 8 – 21, 2017

Posted: December 8th, 2017 | Editorial, Featured, Letters to the editor | 1 Comment

You helped to feed over 600 people

The 29th annual Scott Carlson Thanksgiving Community Dinner and Food Drive resulted in over 600 people receiving a tasty meal of turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, corn, green beans, cranberry sauce, rolls and pies at The San Diego LGBT Community Center; the City Heights Elderly Senior Housing Center; UC San Diego Hillcrest sixth floor; as well as the Hillcrest fire station.

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Editorial: A legacy not soon forgotten

Posted: November 24th, 2017 | Editorial, Opinion & News | No Comments

By Morgan M. Hurley

We lost an important leader and philanthropist in the local LGBT community last week: Benjamin F. Dillingham III.

I never formally met Ben, but having been involved with the Benjamin F. Dillingham III & Bridget Wilson LGBT Veterans Wall of Honor in the auditorium of the San Diego LGBT Community Center in Hillcrest — serving on its advisory council since the year after its inception and as co-chair these last two years — his legacy has had a huge impact on my life.

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