How three Black trans women made San Francisco’s Tenderloin cool again

The Tenderloin has gained a complicated reputation over the years. This central, hyper-urban hood, adjacent to bustling Union Square, hosts the city’s vibrant theater district, Michelin-star restaurants, storied nightclubs, but also its fair share of unhoused neighbors and crime. While living up to its rep in many ways, it’s clear the neighborhood is changing– quickly […]

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5 Ways to Make Working From Home More Productive

In an effort to flatten the curve of COVID-19, many employees are working from home for the first time in their careers. Social distancing and self-isolation are the most sure-fire ways to stop the spread of the virus, but they have their drawbacks. For those of us who are new to working from home, you […]

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Why ‘Disenchantment’ Was a Disappointment for Matt Groening’s Fanbase

Disenchantment has been described as Futurama set in a mythical fantasy land, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Outside of the typical Matt Groening humor and cel-shaded aesthetic, these two shows have little in common. So if you tuned into Netflix’s newest animated comedy to fuel your Futurama fandom, this show might have left a sour taste in […]

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Queer Folx Guide to Shopping in San Francisco

Along the tree-lined streets of San Francisco, peppered into rows of colorful Victorian houses, you’ll discover many locally-owned and operated shops worthy of your support. GayCities rounded up a few favorites that stand out–not only for their goods and services, but for the experience they provide– not to mention nearby world-class bars, cafes, restaurants, and only-in-San […]

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The Importance of Coming to Work ‘Authentic’

Werqwise Co-founder and Chief People Officer, Richard Evans, discusses the value of authenticity and representation in the workplace. In this exclusive interview, Richard shares his story of growing up closeted in a society that criminalized homosexuality, finding the courage to come out, and how he wants everyone to be able to come to work authentic. At the heart […]

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Member Spotlight – Bridge Light Consulting

We sat down with Don to talk about his interest in charity work, his partnership with the SF Chamber of Commerce, and the ways he’s helping small businesses during the pandemic.  Don believes great risk comes with a greater need to think creatively. We dive deep into what that kind of thinking looks like and […]

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7 Sexy Things to Try with Everyday Household Items

Find kinky DIY options where you least expect them, around your own home. If you’re looking to spice things up a little in the bedroom, you don’t have to rush downtown to the sex shop to incorporate toys into playtime. Plenty of everyday household items are ready to be used in your next kinky scene. Read the […]

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Pregnancy and Sex: Answers to Your Pressing Questions

Being pregnant changes everything—including sex. You have questions; we have answers. Sex during pregnancy has long been a topic of conversation, a subject of myths and misconceptions. While it’s an individual decision, many of the questions women ask are similar, and we have answers. Read the article on Giddy. Q. Can I have sex during […]

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Role Play Your Way into Date Night

It’s fall, the schedules are full, the kids are back in school and our free time is…gone. And finding time for each other, let alone time for planning some, ahem, memorable (mind-blowing) time together is also…gone! “With a few simple and bite-sized steps, suddenly what was once perhaps all the way off the list may just shoot […]

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‘The End of the F***ing World’ Doesn’t Need a Second Season

What happens when a psychopath and a sociopath fall in love and run away together?  You get a truly unique, dark comedy series called The End of the F***ing World. **Spoiler Alert** The following contains spoilers from Season One of The End of the F***ing World.  Read the article on FANDOM. This eight-part series chronicles the lives of […]

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Get to Know ‘Doctor Who’s Newest Companions

During the 2018 FIFA World Cup Final last weekend, fans finally got their first glimpse of the highly anticipated Season 11 of Doctor Who. In this tantalizing teaser, Whovians got an extended look at Jodie Whittaker as the first female Doctor and her three new companions. That’s right, not one, not two, but three! It’s going […]

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6 Things We Want in the ‘Daria’ Reboot

Remember Daria? The animated adult sitcom on MTV? This Beavis and Butthead spin-off, starring a slightly misanthropic, disaffected, teenage outcast named Daria Morgendorffer, became an instant hit. Her off-color brand of teen angst and cleverly placed sarcasm helped form the critical voice of the millennial generation. Sadly though, unlike some popular adult animated series that run for decades, Daria’s swan […]

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How ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Series Rebels from the Book

If you’ve read Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, you’d know there are many differences between it and the Hulu original series starring Elisabeth Moss. While the major plot points are the same, a few details have been changed to make this award-winning series the most compelling and relevant television show in recent history. MILLENNIAL UPDATES The series […]

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How to Become Parisian in a Day

HERE’S OUR GUIDE TO HELP YOU HAVE YOURSELF A VERY PARISIAN DAY OUT If you truly want to blend into the backdrop with the citizens of the City of Lights, skip the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower. Real Parisians haven’t visited those places since a field trip in elementary school. If they do have the urge to […]

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