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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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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