“I hadn’t seen a play or history of my people," says Patricia Cotter—so she wrote ‘The Daughters’ which evokes a grand sweep of lesbian history, including the Daughters of Bilitis.
The change comes after a debate over cultural appropriation and focus groups with Native Hawaiian employees.
Think P.T. Barnum’s Museum or the pleasure grounds of Starin’s Glen Island. In the 1800s, Woodward’s Gardens played a monumental role in the leisure time of San Franciscans.
In the wake of the recent Carlos Maza controversy, a group of LGBTQ Google employees claims that the company's participation in SF Pride amounts to ‘a rainbow veneer of support.’
The ‘Tales of the City’ actor is ‘excited for a time when gender and sexuality are non-issues, just part of the rich fabric of our human life that we can all celebrate together.’
Maupin hopes that all the major religions of the world ‘will finally lose their grip on the groins of their followers and begin preaching decency and human kindness.’
In the decades prior to 1900, bubonic plague killed more than 10 million people worldwide. Then an infected Chinese immigrant turned up in San Francisco.