2021
July 10 - 18

You can help pass the Equality Act!

The Biden administration has been actively working to protect LGBTQ Americans across the county and around the world. Meanwhile, 33 states have introduced anti-transgender pieces of legislation. We are also awaiting a decision on the Fulton v Philadelphia case, as the Supreme Court will…

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Resilient Survivors

Content Warning: This newsletter discusses sexual assault. It was eight years ago this week when I became the victim of rape, right here in my own community. While this was not the first time I was raped by someone in our community, it was…

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Statement Regarding the Derek Chauvin Guilty Verdicts

Today’s guilty verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25, 2020 is an important step in the fight for racial justice. We are grateful that some justice has been served for George Floyd and…

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Pride in a Pandemic

It was one year ago that we had to announce that Pride as we recognized it was not going to be possible in the midst of a pandemic that had no foreseeable end in sight. I shared these words: “Pride is not canceled. In-person…

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Trans & Strong

Billie Jean King, Billy Bean, Renée Richards, Liz Carmouche, Greg Louganis, and many other high-profile LGBTQ athletes have San Diego roots. Last year, the entire San Diego Loyal Soccer Club walked off the field forfeiting their game after their openly gay player, Collin Martin,…

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San Diego Pride Announces 2021 Adaptations

After months of planning and consideration, San Diego Pride recognizes that in 2021 there is still no certain path to safely produce Pride events at the same immense scale we did prior to the pandemic. Instead, San Diego Pride will host a virtual streaming…

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Trans Visible

Over the decades, the anti-LGBTQ establishment has used “protecting youth,” marriage equality, military service, and bathroom bills as wedge issues to divide our country, to drive radical anti-LGBTQ folks to the polls, and even to divide our own community. They have largely failed. We’ve…

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Your words matter.

My heart is with you and every single person who is grieving over the tragic loss of life in Georgia. For over a year the escalation of anti-Asian racism and xenophobia has stoked a rise in violence and bloodshed. This nation cannot continue to…

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Featured Events

LGBT Q&A with Senate President pro Tempore Toni G. Atkins

Vibe with Pride: Local Dj's

Stronger On The Other Side

PRIDE 365

Community events, programs, and fundraisers put on by Pride & other LGBTQ-serving organizations happen all throughout the year!

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