Here is everything we covered this week in San Diego Gay and Lesbian News.
Some homeless people in Hillcrest are becoming increasingly aggressive and more violent people in the community say.
California lowered the penalty on positive people who knowingly exposed their partners to HIV from a felony to a misdemeanor.
A bold couple came into Gossip Grill on Sunday night. They snatched an employee's wallet from the counter and were caught on CCTV. They have not been caught.
Hillcrest and surrounding neighborhoods are reporting drones flying up to their windows and "peeping" in.
The Hillcrest sign was hit by a U-Haul van and the drivers ran off. The sign suffered no damage.
Both Facebook and Instagram went dark on Wednesday internationally. It eventually came back online a few hours later.
The Boy Scouts unanimously approved allowing girls into their programs.
Donald Trump will be the first president seated in office to speak at an anti-LGBT, conservative convention.
San Diegans came together to send a peaceful message to Las Vegas on Thursday.
Reverand Irene Monroe discusses legendary singer Whitney Houston's LGBT past. Recent writings from her ex-husband Bobby Brown seem to confirm she was gay, or bisexual.
On Thursday, the National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) and Transgender Law Center (TLC) filed an amended complaint on behalf of the mother of a transgender boy in her lawsuit against a hospital for discrimination against her son.
Producer Mera is trying to get a kid's show funded about LGBT parents made. She tells her coming out story on National Coming Out Day
There is a lot to do this week in the community, follow along with Jinx Mirage in this edition of "Out & About."
Artist Sergio Cabrera graces the cover of SDPIX this month, he discusses what it was like to be the living canvass.
Godmother of drag Michelle Visage talks to San Diego Gay and Lesbian News about success and telling it like it is.
The "Big Fat Broadway Cruise" will return in 2018. This was a popular event this year so next year they plan to make it even more entertaining.
Jean Lowerison reviews the classic drama "Twelve Angry Men" and says it's still very timely.
Hundreds bought tickets to "Werq the World" tour at Sprekles Theatre nearly selling out the venue.
This beautiful video captures the moment when a man proposed to his boyfriend beneath thousands of aloft paper lanterns.
Twelve lucky people won tickets to see the nearly sold-out show "Werq the World" tour.
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Athletes have a hard time coming out, but in the past year, 150 have taken that brave step. Here is a video which celebrates their decisions.
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