New GLBT History Museum exhibition explores the legacy of a queer journal

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — A new multimedia exhibition opening Oct. 6 at the GLBT History Museum explores the story of OUT/LOOK, a groundbreaking national queer quarterly published in San Francisco from 1988 to 1992. Embracing gender and racial diversity and bridging academic and community perspectives, the magazine developed an avid readership. The show and its associated […]


Kudos! ‘Monuments to oppression’ Mr. Corbin, I am a 75 year old white male. I would be remiss if I did not commend you on your excellent piece in the August 17 LGBT Weekly (issue 232). Very well said. Kudos! PAUL HETRICK


Oh Canada My partner and I traveled to Montreal for Pride this year to celebrate for the fifth time in Canada. It was clear that Canada is not the United States, in fact as much as I hate to say it, it seems that Canada is a better version of our great country. Prime Minister […]

Monuments to oppression

The events in Charlottesville, Va. this week have once again highlighted the difference between tolerance and acceptance. Those who do not want to accept the diversity of America always talk about tolerance. The African American, immigrant, Latino, Asian, Native American and LGBT communities do not want to be tolerated, we want to be accepted. Accepted […]

San Diego Opera joins Fort Worth Opera in the co-commission of ‘The Last Dream of Frida and Diego’

SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Fort Worth Opera and San Diego Opera will formally announce the 2020 world premiere of The Last Dream of Frida & Diego in Mexico City on Aug. 24, written by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Nilo Cruz and Latin Grammy winner, pianist, and classical composer Gabriela Lena Frank. A co-commission with Fort Worth […]

The assault on the LGBT community

Well it has happened. The Trump administration’s assault on the LGBT community is in full swing. A simple series of tweets by President Trump set off a firestorm concerning transgender military service. Then later in the week Attorney General Jeff Sessions asserted that the federal civil rights law does not apply to “gays.” A banner […]

Dear Caitlyn Jenner, there is one more transition you need to make

Editor’s note: The following piece by San Diego LGBT Weekly publisher Stampp Corbin was originally published on HuffPost June 6, 2015. As usual, our publisher was prescient in his assessment of Donald Trump and what was going to happen. We have all watched with great interest the transition of Caitlyn Jenner who has finally become […]

San Diego Pride 2017 photo gallery


Recalling the first Pride parade Dear Editor, Reading about Pride always reminds me of this wondrous episode: Many years ago I went to work at the brand new SD AIDS Project as the director of volunteer and chaplain services and made strong connections with the clients as well as the volunteers; for many I was […]

The after glow

Now that everyone is experiencing the post-Pride after glow, we should reflect on what has happened in the last year. In 2014, I was so happy about the gains that the LGBT community had made that I wrote a message about what 2024 might look like for our community. I was giddy with the possibilities […]

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