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Watch this inspirational video for the Trans Day of Visibility

Jake Graf, the London-based writer and director has put together a new video for Trans Day of Visibility which is today. The video features some of the trans community’s brightest, most vocal and most visible speakers, activists and models talking frankly about their insecurities, worries, fears, and what helps them stay positive. “I think it’s […]

From wilderness to renewal

As a progressive Christian, I believe there are many names for God and many ways to a loving God; this article reflects one of those ways. Take from here what works for you. Celebrate life with joy and peace! Like many things in the Bible, whether you see it as literary or literal, we can […]

LGBT oppression is bad for business

Recently, I wrote about what hasn’t changed with the messaging that the social conservatives, usually on the religious right, have used in their efforts to deny public accommodation protections for transgender people. But what’s happened in the last few years is we have a multitude of bills and initiatives seeking solutions for public bathroom predation […]

San Diego is one of the hottest real estate markets in the U.S.

We love top ten lists, and we want to be on them. So San Diegans, take a bow. You have made the list of the hottest real estate markets in the U.S., coming in at No. 6 in the month of November 2015. For 2016, San Diego made the Realtor.com of “markets to watch”, this […]

Stop telling Bernie Sanders to drop out

A friend quipped that Sec. Hillary Clinton has “all the personality and inevitability of winter.” It’s hard to disagree, but I still support her for the Democratic nomination. She is the most qualified presidential candidate in years. For those who think she bends the rules, as president she’ll have no reason to bend them for […]

‘Batman v Superman’ will make fans eager for the next chapter

I was unable to see the mega-hyped, mega-budget Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice before other critics ran their reviews. And because many of the reviewers were so dismissive or so hyperbolic in their criticism, the news of the film’s opening was overshadowed by the blood sport of Internet overkill. The Wall Street Journal’s Joe […]

San Diego sunshine delivers solar energy value

Driving through the neighborhoods of San Diego, it becomes nearly impossible not to take notice of the increasing number of solar panels adorning the rooftops of homes up and down the sunny streets. Solar panels, known as photovoltaic (PV) systems, provide the technology used to convert the sun’s energy into usable electrical power as well […]

Queer Style: dapperQ’s Anita Dolce Vita on the new frontier of fashion

Jayden Smith’s breakthrough moment has arrived. Thanks to a Louis Vuitton fashion campaign, this gender-fluid fashion rock star, son to actor Will Smith, isn’t just a symbol of a new, sexually uninhibited generation, he’s an expression of a growing awareness in fashion that gender constraints no longer make sense whether it be in models, marketing […]

Bang your head … with tofu

I must confess my initial skepticism about Kindred, a vegan restaurant creating a buzz in South Park. The usual clichés came to mind – patchouli, sandals and tie-dye, when I heard the word “vegan”. I would never have associated Death Metal, devilish cats and battling eyeballs with vegan cuisine, but I do now. I visited […]

The Family

dvr this ABC, Sundays, 9 p.m. In some ways, Joan Allen is playing a very similar character in The Family to the one she played in last fall’s Room. Both had teenage children kidnapped by sexual predators who returned years later. But her character in Room is doting, kind and selfless. In the new TV […]

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