Frameline is bringing the 37th San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival to screens around the city starting tomorrow! The festival is the longest-running and the most widely recognized LGBT film exhibition event in the world.
My boyfriend and I have been talking dirty in bed for two years now. I've never had a problem with it, but lately I'm finding that I don't enjoy it as much, and sometimes I even want to tell him to stop and just have sex without the verbal part. I haven't said anything to him because I don't understand my feelings myself. I'm not sure if my sexual needs are just changing or if I want to decrease the dirty talk because we are getting more serious and I want to feel respected, the way a husband would respect a wife, as opposed to "dirty," the way one casual lover might see another. I know I must have some hang-up going on but I can't put my finger on it and I don't know what to say to my boyfriend.
In honor of upcoming Pride weekend in SF, we asked you to submit pictures on Instagram and Twitter that make you proud about who you are and the city you live in. And as per usual our readers never cease to amaze.
Broadway star and Tony nominee Cheyenne Jackson has been making a name for himself lately in film and television, appearing on 30 Rock, Glee, and most recently making a prominent cameo in HBO's Liberace exposé, Behind the Candelabra. Next week he'll be in San Francisco to perform with the San Francisco Symphony in their concert version of West Side Story, and he'll also be serving as Grand Marshal in the LGBT Pride Parade on June 30, and celebrating the release of his first solo album, I'm Blue, Skies, on June 25. 7x7 talked with him by phone from L.A. about his music career, the current state of Broadway, and a few TV pilots that went nowhere.
Robert Mondavi is no longer alive. But if he were, he would be turning 100 years old today. To commemorate his would-be centennial birthday, Margrit is dedicating a block of the famous To Kalon vineyard to her late-husband and throwing a huge bash tonight at the winery.
We present to you our favorite local gems in the style department.
Jessie and Nathan met almost 12 years ago at the start of college at beautiful UC Santa Cruz, but it took until graduation in 2004 and Jessie's impending departure to New York City for them to realize they were more than friends.
Nina Tang has that enviable quality of being a badass entrepreneur with really, really good personal style. Her first boutique was the beloved Richmond Rox (now closed) which she opened at 26 while getting her masters from the Academy of Art College. She ran it solo - that means when exams came around she would write her schedule on a chalkboard outside letting customers know when she'd have to close up shop early.
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