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Government Asks Courts to Uphold ‘Don’t ask, Don’t tell’


The government has asked U.S. federal courts to uphold the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy as of Friday, even though the Obama administration has concluded that laws targeting gay Americans are, presumably, unconstitutional. Court documents state the request was made in an opening brief challenging a Southern California trial judge who in September ruled against […]

Guys! Games! Grub!

LGBT weekly game night

Come on down for the hottest event to hit San Diego’s LGBT scene.  “Guys, Games & Grub” always draws a great crowd and promises a fun-filled night of pizza, drinks, games and socializing. Head to The Center at 3909 Center Street on Wednesday, March 2 and prepare to meet some of the most interesting men […]

Obama Selling Out Gays, or Just Getting Ducks in a Row: Answers from the Video Grave


Nearly one year ago, LGBT Weekly publisher and co-chair of President Obama’s LGBT Leadership Counsel Stampp Corbin engaged into debate with Dan Savage, syndicated columnist, on the popular CNN show Campbell Brown. In wake of new political developments surrounding the LGBT community, the answer as to whether or not Obama has sold out gays may […]


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After Dark: February 24, 2011

Catching up

Let me start by getting you guys caught up on my fun Friday after my last column. A group of us went to see Lisa Lampanelli at the Spreckels Theatre. Ryan Bedrosian of Rich’s was kind enough to arrange a Hummer limo for us, and by the time we got there we were all feeling […]

Rocha refutes ‘flawed’ news reports

Gay sailor says anonymous sources do not reflect navy’s official decision The Associated Press has reported, “the Navy says it wrongly accused Navy dog handler Michael Toussaint of singling out a gay sailor for hazing at kennels he ran in Bahrain.” However, that gay sailor, San Diegan Joseph Rocha, says the AP has their facts […]

Diversionary stages ‘Fair Use’ West Coast Premiere

Diversionary Theatre continues 25th Anniversary Year with the West Coast premiere of Fair Use by Sarah Gubbins. The show opens Feb. 26 and runs through March 13. Sexual politics collide with legal brinksmanship in this whip-smart romantic comedy. While attorneys at a Chicago law firm take on a high-profile plagiarism case, their after-hours romantic triangle […]

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