Here is everything we covered this week in San Diego Gay and Lesbian News.
A Georgia woman became the 16th transgender person murdered in the United States in 2017.
The U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs says trans vets will be protected even after Trump's military ban.
Heiress to the Bulleit Bourbon company makes some rather harsh claims about her family and their business asserting that they are homophobic.
San Diego Police say a rash of complaints about threatening phone calls have come into the department lately. On Thursday evening, a homeless man crossing the street was injured after a vehicle struck him and sped off.
The radio show "The Breakfast Club" came under fire for not apologizing for their part in an interview with transphobic comedian Lil Duval. EditorTimothy Rawles says they should.
Mayor Faulconer and other officials visited the site for the new state-of-the-art Mission Hills/Hillcrest library branch.
Matthew Phy says he is going to make it his mission to get a Bisexual Pride flag to fly in Hillcrest hopefully in time for September.
Win tickets to "War on the Catwalk" starring RuPaul's Drag Race season 9 queens coming to Balboa Theatre on August 11.
Summer is the time for fun and our social columnist Jinx Mirage has all the details about what to do around town in his weekly Out & About.
San Diego retail outlet Mankind says they will face a lawsuit from a huge designer if they don't change their name. Also in Hillcrest business, the recently opened Bull & Grain Bar and Grill has closed for good.
You won't need any quarters for this retro-arcade that's been set up at the Fleet Science Center through January 2018.
A woman who loves going to gay bars is tired of gay men saying women should stay out of them; she writes an op-ed stating why.
Comedian Lil Duval made threatening transphobic remarks on "The Breakfast Club" radio show, and the hosts appeared to provoke him to say more.
These golden girls of drag still perform in San Diego, and they put on a great show.
Also, watch this adorable new short about a gay schoolboy whose heart goes out on his own to connect with his school yard crush. In other entertainment news, All-American Rejects frontman Tyson Ritter causes some controversy for portraying a trans woman in new video.
After the fallout from their transphobic guest Lil Duval's threatening statements, "The Breakfast Club" hosts say they see no need to apologize.
There are decorated rocks all around Hillcrest and it's a part of a community-wide scavenger hunt for a project called "Community Rocks."
The dating app Jack'd has activated a feature which now blurs the exact location of a user after an increase in hate crimes.
Abernathy is a sweet cat who needs a home and he is available to adopt through the San Diego Humane Society.
HEALTH, WELLNESS, AND SPORTS
A new book explores how men feel about themselves by way of their manhood. We interview the writer has some insight into the male ego.
A man was refused coverage of Truvada after his insurance company said he would be using it for "high-risk homosexual behavior."
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