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Pop-Op: Weathering the relationship forecast

Now when you've had a room to yourself for as long as I have, you forget how to share your space. You also forget that not everyone shares your fascination with Transformers.

San Diego Pride seeks volunteers

Volunteers can now sign up online to assist in a variety of capacities for this year’s 36th annual Pride celebration, scheduled for July 17 and 18.

Keeping the women’s movement alive

Though we've come a long way since the first Women's Rights convention, we still have an even longer way to go.

What’s in a name?

When I was 8, I gave myself an American name -- tired of not fitting in with my Nigerian name. A year later though, I discovered the history that created my name.

In light of Amber and Chelsea

Recent events in San Diego County force us to examine another part of women’s history: violence against women.

Hate is alive - even where we least expect it

With Palm Springs being home to such a large gay community, I did not expect to be repeatedly called a “faggot” by a car full of tough-looking boys as I innocently walked back to my car.

A little ambition goes a long way

Martin Luther King, Jr. reminded us that “anyone can make a difference.” I am pretty sure “anyone” includes you and me.