The local chapter of NLGJA – The Association of LGBTQ journalists awarded their first scholarship this year.
The SFGN 2022 Best Of nominations are closed.
OnlyFans built its brand on the backs of independent creators of adult content.
OnlyFans, a website popular with sex workers, announced Thursday it will ban “sexually explicit content” Oct. 1.
Al Gibson was a friendly fixture in the South Florida Hospitality Industry for decades, managing Johnny’s Bar on West Broward Boulevard and then LeBoy, when it was owned by his close friend, Sean David.
“Willkommen,” sings the master of ceremonies at the opening of “Cabaret,” the classic Broadway musical, going on to say, “Happy to see you again.”
There is a reason South Florida, greater Fort Lauderdale, and Wilton Manors has become the epicenter of gay life in the U.S., particularly in the winter months. While the nation begins to freeze, things heat up here daily.
Florida Grand Opera (FGO) recently announced a 2021-22 season featuring a mix of classical favorites and 21st-century works performed at the Arsht and Broward Centers, as well as new venues in both counties.
Holding back from tossing myself into the fray caused by the proclamation coming out of Fort Lauderdale City Hall last week, I will turn my attention to springtime and all its wonder.
Our Fund Foundation has named Ted Vasquez as its new Finance Director.
South Florida’s only LGBT community foundation has pledged money to the Humanity Project’s newly formed Diversity Unity Coalition, which helps combat COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy within underrepresented communities.
Despite being in a worldwide health crisis for nearly two years, many basic services and procedures have gone overlooked and underfunded.
Florida House candidate Carlos Guillermo Smith expressed his opposition to granting permits for firearms on college campuses.
A new local website has launched focusing on gay-friendly events, places and resources for South Florida. It’s called OutClique.org.
Patricia Burnside, a personally loved and professionally respected local business broker, has died. She was 72.
COVID has ravaged America and the world for a year and a half and South Florida has been a “hot spot” for much of that time, and never more so than right now.
His name is Damian, but don’t let the name fool you. Damian is everything but.
In remembrance of those lost from the Orlando shooting, people have gathered all across Florida. Click on the images below to view our photos from local vigils.
Broward County Democrats are fighting amongst themselves over the sudden firing of Michael R. Howson, office director of the Broward Democratic Party.
Here is your guide to this year’s elections from the three largest LGBT rights groups in South Florida, SAVE, Palm Beach County Human Rights Council and Equality Florida.
(SS) It's time to vote, rain or shine.
The voice stood out, and was unmistakable.
(SS) Power to all but the unluckiest few will be restored by the time the weekend is over. Florida Power & Light made the bold promise Tuesday morning, leaving enough wiggle room to concede it may take a little longer for homes and businesses affected by tornadoes, flooding and other “severe damage.”
Organization makes efforts to include women
Local theater companies and arts presenters are celebrating Pride with diverse and imaginative productions that will appeal to LGBT audiences across the rainbow spectrum.
June is Pride Month and everywhere you turn, rainbows abound. Corporations are marketing to the LGBT community more than ever to get support and money.
If Gov. Ron DeSantis does not act soon, three South Florida legislative districts will have no representation when the 2022 regular session begins in January.
When you think of queer censorship on social media, you may think of a friend who was put in “Facebook Jail” for 30 days because someone reported a random, seemingly innocuous comment.
Earl Bunning, who performs across South Florida under the stage name RaeJean Cox, was in a major car accident Aug. 5.
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