Cheerleader Jesus Wins San Francisco’s Hunky Jesus Contest

Although we used to be regular fixtures at the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence's Easter Hunky Jesus contest, our relocation to Sacramento has prevented attendance to past couple of years. But, the show goes on: At their 37th annual Hunky Jesus, Foxy Mary, and crazy ass Bonnet contest, an Easter extravaganza now in its second year... Continue Reading →

Gay Bashings Still Happen in San Francisco So Let’s Wear Tight, White Pants in Protest

Having lived in the Bay Area since 1990, I still find it difficult to watch stories like this happening in our "bubble." I know that I take my life in San Francisco for granted and never really think about being gay bashed. I also lived in the Marina for a number of years where this... Continue Reading →

Watch: Burning Man 2015 – Carnival of Mirrors

I am back from my 12th Burning Man, and after the most dusty and extreme weather-laden Burn I've been to, it was certainly one of my best. In case you do not know about Burning Man, it is a 30-year-old festival deep in the Black Rock Desert of Northern Nevada that encourages radical self-reliance, reflection... Continue Reading →

Watch: The Accidental Bear Brings Us The Excellent “This Town: San Francisco” #NSFW

I realize Mike wants to cover gentrification, drought and rental pricing, but I have to give dibs to "Normal Nudist." Be sure to follow The Accidental Bear here. NSFW Episode| In pilot episode #5, “Normal Nudist,” Rocky Rhodes (Mike Enders) visits with friends who happen to be nudist. Rocky assumes all sorts of common misconceptions... Continue Reading →

San Francisco: Celebrating 30 Years of ‘Up Your Alley’ This Weekend

 This weekend marks the 30th year of Up Your Alley street fair - more commonly known as Dore Alley. While I will be on the East Coast and missing the event this year, it remains one of my favorite gay-themed events. The event has grown over the years and its interesting history can be found... Continue Reading →

Tour The Castro with Cleve Jones

What a great idea for any of you not familiar with LGBT history and San Francisco!Via press release:Just in time for Harvey Milk's birthday (which is tomorrow, May 22), Detour, the new audio walking tour company founded in San Francisco by former Groupon CEO Andrew Mason, launched "The Castro with Cleve": a walk through one... Continue Reading →

The 2015 Folsom Street Fair Poster Is Here!

This year's Folsom Street Fair poster is here. If you have not visited San Francisco for the Folsom experience, you should plan to at some point - especially if you are into kink. Nothing exemplifies San Francisco's free spirit more than barely dressed men and women getting their kink on. My hubby and lived in... Continue Reading →

San Francisco: Castro-based Writer Releases New Gay-Erotic Thriller

If you are seeking a new gay-themed book, like thrillers, and adore go-go dancers, Matt Converse has written a book for you. Converse is a former go-go dancer at Nob Hill Theater and has taken his experiences into his novella, Behind the Velvet Curtain:Converse describes himself as a horror writer. "I crossed over into the... Continue Reading →

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