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Love Is Love + Black Lives Matter: Diversity Wins at SF Pride [Photos]

As Americans awoke to the real-life dream of marriage equality on Friday, San Francisco's weekend Pride celebration commenced at a fever pitch. People of all stripes, colors, genders, and persuasions came out to show their support and to gawk at the spectacle.

A Modern Guide to the Castro

Along with the recent $4.5 million Castro Street makeover—which brought broader sidewalks, rainbow crosswalks, and bronze plaques honoring LGBT heroes—has come a neighborhood renaissance of sorts, with an influx of artisan coffee shops, retail, and restaurants that cater to foodies. 

The History of Whiz Burger, an LGBT Landmark

Whiz Burger has made a lot of history over its 60 years in business.

AAU Kids Design Fabulous Juanita MORE! Totes for San Francisco Pride

San Francisco activist, drag diva extraordinaire, and former 7x7 cover girl Juanita MORE! has teamed with students at the Academy of Art University on a collection of one-of-a-kind tote bags just in time for Pride week.

The Four Gayest Cocktails in the Castro

In honor of Pride Month, I bring you a roundup of four of the "gayest" cocktails I could find around the Castro – where, by the way, in contrast to previous decades, it's not so impossible to get a well made drink anymore.

“Dapper Boi” Aims To Give More Androgynous Women Jeans That Fit

Many people assigned female at birth aren’t comfortable in women’s jeans, but can’t easily wear pants designed for men. San Diego couple Charisse and Vicky Pasche are very familiar with the issue—so they created “Dapper Boi,” a clothing line aimed at the more androgynous woman. 

Inside Oakland's White Horse Inn, the Oldest LGBT Watering Hole in the US

Standing inconspicuously at the corner of 66th and Telegraph in Oakland, White Horse Inn is allegedly the oldest continuously operating LGBT bar in the US - but you'd never know it if you were just passing by.

Jeffrey Marsh Is Saving Lives Through Vine, and You Can Too

Jeffrey Marsh is a gay, gender-nonconforming activist who is known on Vine for their messages of love, support, and self-acceptance.

Taking a Detour Through the Castro’s History

In a city as vibrant as San Francisco, it can be hard to remember that it has a lot of history as well—but the company Detour is working to change that.

The Straight James Franco Talks to the Gay James Franco

With three films slated for this spring—True StoryI Am Michael, and Wim Wenders's Everything Will Be Fine—James Franco continues to be the busiest man in show business.

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