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The mission statement of Magnet, a program of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, is to promote the physical, mental and social well-being of gay men.
The San Francisco Green Party is part of a large and growing grassroots electoral movement, which is attempting to restore the democratic process and put people in office who truly are working in the best interests of the majority. Only by doing this can we solidify progress, and prevent the rollback of the gains made by society. We are a part of the Green Party of California, which is part of the Green Party of the United States, one of many Green Parties around the world.
The Harvey Milk Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Democratic Club, San Francisco’s largest Democratic Club, is known for both its progressive politics and its independence. Founded in 1976 as the San Francisco Gay Democratic Club, during a time when founding Democratic Clubs was the radical thing to do; It was the city’s first Democratic club with the word “gay” in its name. While other gay groups balked at supporting Harvey Milk’s bid for supervisor, and as one early member says, were uncomfortable talking about cocksucking, The Milk Club was a place for people to be political, left, and queer. It was also a club founded to keep the gay community free itself of anointed gatekeepers and machine politics. The club was renamed for Supervisor Harvey Milk when he was assassinated in 1978.
The Alice B. Toklas Memorial Democratic Club of San Francisco was the first registered Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Democratic Club in the nation. Forming only two years after the Stonewall riots in the infancy of the LGBT civil rights movement, Alice grew to become a vibrant organization that has made a profound impact on San Francisco, California and American politics. Alice made its impact by training activists over four decades to become political professionals and electing candidates that have fought for the issues that are important to the LGBT community. The club has been instrumental in growing new leaders who would rise to the highest levels of government in the nation, such as Dianne Feinstein, an early friend of the club. Alice has been critical to the fight for LGBT leaders to win office, such as Mark Leno, the first gay man elected to the California State Senate. These leaders have helped make San Francisco the epicenter of the LGBT political movement, advancing causes such as equal benefits, domestic partnership, transgender health care, and marriage equality. Alice continues to be a major player in local, state and national politics and remains an inspiring and effective organization to this day.
QuickTricks Bridge Club offers duplicate bridge games and lessons to the general public and is associated with the American Contract Bridge League (ACBL). We are located at 100 Diamond Street, between 18th and 19th Streets, in the Most Holy Redeemer Church, in the Castro / Eureka Valley neighborhood of San Francisco, California. Per their website
Our Story... SF Games is a collective name for a group of people who get together and play board games and card games every week. We're not sponsored by any cafe or games company. Some of us have been playing games for years, others only a few months. What we share is our love of games, all kinds. We play social games and strategy games. Per their website
Established in 1983, Foggy City Dancers is one of seven gay and lesbian square dance clubs within the San Francisco Bay Area. In August, 2003, Foggy City celebrated its 20th anniversary with a weekend of square dancing that brought people from all over the United States. Per their website
Queer Jitterbugs Queer Ballroom runs Swing U with free dance for youth. We are an all volunteer run non profit organization funded by benefit events, dances & festivals discounted to adult members. Our Monthly dance & our other events are current and running strong on 4th Saturday of the month mixed event as mixed event: SFSwingJam.com by our sister organization Swing U. Our dance studio and troupe is in hiatus.
Welcome to the wonderful world of same-sex dancing. Bring your love of dancing, and we will give you the tools you need to feel confident flying around the floor. Dancing with the Queers is a same-sex dance program focusing on International Style Ballroom and Latin dance which is perfect for the Gay Games. All are welcome who are comfortable dancing with partners of any gender. Our teachers also teach many other dance forms as well. Feel free to browse the different classes on our website. Per their website
The purpose of San Francisco Walking Dykes group is: to build community for lesbians in San Francisco and the Greater Bay Area while promoting health and wellness. Walking together provides a relaxed way to meet one another and also have fun while doing something healthy! Lesbians of all ages and walking ability are invited, though most members of the group are over 50. The group meets "rain or shine" so the size of the group varies from week to week depending upon the weather, though generally, between 5-10 walkers show up each time. Children who can walk with adults or are in strollers are welcome. Dogs are welcome too! The purpose of the group is to promote positive social activities for lesbians in San Francisco, however, lesbians from everywhere are welcome to walk with us! The group organizer is there every week with few exceptions. Per their webpage

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