Natalia Smüt, 24, a transgender woman and drag artist from San Jose, was known for her motivating and creative spirit and captivating performances.
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South Bay trans advocates joined a nationwide campaign protesting a Trump administration proposal to narrow the definition of gender.
Santa Clara County will soon have a free health clinic dedicated to serving transgender and gender non-conforming patients.
Santa Clara County as accepting applications for a program manager for transgender services, a position funded in the 2018-19 fiscal year budget.
Santa Clara County’s first openly gay elected official rebuked President Donald Trump for rescinding protections for transgender students.
Delegates at the California Democratic Convention held last month in San Jose reaffirmed the rights of transgender people.
In her latest project, journalist Kristin Schreier Lyseggen offers a rare glimpse of the trauma inflicted upon trans women behind bars.
The native San Jose transgender woman’s murder has devastated, but not shocked, friends, family and the South Bay drag scene.
The San Jose City Council confirmed the hiring Tuesday of Mata, a deputy chief in the department, after a nationwide search.
The Nov. 22 tragedy points to the same dangers driving the 122 percent jump in homeless deaths Santa Clara County has seen so far in 2020.
Spearheaded by Ken Yeager, Queer Silicon Valley offers a look into the culture, crime and organizations of LGTBQ people.
Unfortunately, people in the bi+ and non-binary communities too often face rejection not just from straight people but from gay people.
In a press release sent to reporters early this week, county officials declared the resolution a victory for lesbian, gay and transgender rights.
Low turnout for the Census Bureau’s decennial count could jeopardize the state’s 53 congressional seats, along with billions in federal funding.
In Silicon Valley, we may pride ourselves on our progressive values, but we have more work to do to truly lead in this area.
Just like the colors of the rainbow and transgender flags, our local LGBTQ community is varied, vibrant and strong.