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Although lesbian interests are concentrated primarily in the East Bay especially Oakland , a significant community resides in the Mission District, around 16th and Valencia streets, in Hayes Valley, and Bernal Heights. Several local publications concentrate on in-depth coverage of news, information, and listings of goings-on around town for gays and lesbians. Distributed free on Thursday, it can be found stacked at the corner of 18th and Castro streets and at Ninth and Harrison streets, as well as in bars, bookshops, and stores around town. It may also be available in gay and lesbian bookstores elsewhere in the country. Purple Roofs www. San Francisco Travel www.
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Get ready for another big-name destination among our gay guides… San Francisco! San Francisco is an iconic city for the queer community as a pioneer and battle ground for LGBT rights. Filled with queer history, a free-spirited vibes and currently one of top tech hotspots in the country, it welcomes a mix of travelers and dwellers that help create its diverse, come-as-you-are, laidback attitude. Nowadays, its gay population per capita is one of the highest in the world. Still, the compact city only covers 47 square miles and has great public transit expelling the need for a car. Many San Franciscans walk, bike, car share and use public transit to get where they need to go. Download one of the many transit apps to help you navigate the Muni system San Francisco Municipal Railway.
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In his farewell address last week, Republican Sen. It shows us that protecting religious liberty and preserving the rights of LGBTQ individuals are not mutually exclusive. But still: the universe is changing.
Dolores Park Cafe has free wi-fi, so you can check your email over coffee and find out what else is going on in town. Also check out the music at Dolores Park Cafe. After breakfast, head down to Union Square and Powell Street to watch the cable car operators turn the cable cars around by pushing them. Hang out and watch for a while and then jump on a cable car and head out to Fisherman's Wharf, where you can catch a ferry to Alcatraz or visit one of the numerous restaurants, street vendors and souvenir stores. For the best ride, be sure to get an outside spot near the front of the car.
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