Gay Bowl XV


Can the San Diego Bolts win their fourth national championship? Gay Bowl is the national LGBT flag football tournament, put on every Columbus Day weekend by the National Gay Flag Football League (NGFFL). It’s been a decade since San Diego hosted Gay Bowl, but NGFFL teams will make their way to America’s Finest City for […]

Are you ready for AIDS Walk?


Ian Johnson is ready. Johnson, the special events director for The San Diego LGBT Community Center, is ready for AIDS Walk. He is the lead staff person for the annual event, San Diego County’s largest HIV/AIDS fundraiser, which will take place Saturday, Sept. 26. Johnson, the community advocate, is ready to #BeTheGeneration. He plays a […]

LGBT families in the military

How the military is embracing LGBT families into the broader military family community Over the past few years, the United States military has taken steps to become more friendly to the LGBT community. It crossed another major milestone in August when military bases in Germany, which host about 43,000 U.S. military personnel, were added to […]

Rain Dove: This female androgynous supermodel is turning the concept of gender on its head


Two points. One, Rain Dove is literary. By that, I mean she presents her point-of-view in a way that is both shockingly precise and emotionally compelling. It is clearly the work of both a voracious reader and natural writer, I’m guessing. When asked, for example, for practical advice in the fashion industry, where she has […]

Interview: Jake Graf

Jake Graf | Photo: Paul Grace

  London filmmaker discusses his trailblazing LGBT short movie {Brace} Brace, writer/director Jake Graf’s short/indie pic about a whole slew of things transsexual, has taken on a life of itself. A queer film festival favorite, Brace has pleased a wide variety of audiences and cultures but few, I’ve found, really say why. It might be […]

COMING OUT: The Web site dedicated to sharing the world’s coming out stories


After speaking with a friend earlier this year about their experience as gay teenagers, Nate Warden realized there was a serious lack of accessible coming out stories in the LGBT community. An online search yielded few responses and he immediately saw a void that could easily be filled. Less than six months later, 25-year-old Warden […]

Hands across the world


LGBT Weekly looks at the development and impact of Allstate’s #OutHoldingHands campaign In the late July pall, after the hangover that is June Pride, we rarely revisit, let alone dissect, the fervor of the moment. We understand that the sixth month of the year is a nonstop, streaming overload of events, parades, news coverage and, […]

2015 PRIDE HEALTH CHALLENGE: And the winner is …

Pride Health Challenge Sharell

Metabolic Direct and San Diego LGBT Weekly are proud to announce the winner of the 2015 Pride Health Challenge … Sharell Gooding. A little over eight weeks ago, LGBT Weekly partnered with Metabolic Direct to give members of the community an opportunity to pursue a healthier lifestyle before Pride. While it was difficult to select […]

Meet Pride headliner Emma Hewitt

Emma Hewitt

2015’s no average year, Emma Hewitt’s no average Pride diva In many ways, Emma Hewitt is a classic diva – a perfect San Diego LGBT Pride headliner. With a legendary electro-mezzo vocal style, Australian-born Hewitt owns the descriptors “haunting” and “yearning” and has every right to claim them in her bio. But it turns out […]

When wedding bells ring …


For over 33 years, Unicorn Jewelry & Watch Boutique in Rancho Bernardo has been the largest independent family-owned jewelry store, with the biggest and most magnificent collection of designer jewelry, high-quality certified loose diamonds, watches and more. With a friendly and knowledgeable accepting approach, owners Fred Nasseri, his sister, Minoo Anvari and father, Dr. Said […]

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