Drag Queen Glams Up Story Time at San Jose Library, But Not Without Some Controversy

More than 400 attendees—about half of them children—showed up for the inaugural drag queen story time at the MLK Library last weekend.

Santa Clara County Launches 10-Part LGBTQ Listening Tour

Residents and local officials gathered at the Mountain View Senior Center on Saturday for the region’s first listening forum on LGBTQ issues.

Intersection of LGBTQ, Immigrant Rights a Focus at Equality March

San Jose was the only Bay Area city to take part in Sunday’s national human rights protest known as the Equality March for Unity & Pride.

San Jose’s June 11 LGBT March Sends Mixed Messages on Goals

It’s unclear if the origins of San Jose’s upcoming LGBT march comes from activists and community organizers or Santa Clara County HQ.

Trans Day of Remembrance Helps Honor Fallen, Raises Claims of ‘Elitism’ at Billy DeFrank Center

An event honoring trans people killed by violence has brought attention to claims of ‘elitism’ at one of the area’s LGBTQ outreach centers.

LGBTQ History Comes out of the Shadows, into K-12 Classrooms

Five years after Gov. Jerry Brown signed the FAIR Education Act, California’s public schools are now rolling LGBTQ history into the coursework.

Photo Gallery: San Jose’s LGBTQ Community, Allies Hold Vigil for Orlando Terror Attack Victims

More than 100 people gathered Monday night at San Jose City Hall for a candlelight vigil to honor victims of the Orlando terrorist attack.

Silicon Valley Mourns Victims of Orlando Terrorist Attack

Silicon Valley hosts vigils to memorialize one of the worst mass shootings in American history, which left 49 people dead and 53 wounded.