Tag Archives: San Francisco

It’s called a Gayborhood


Imagine living within walking distance of the hottest shops and restaurants. Chinese take out is available 24 hours a day, vintage Christian Dior is easy to locate (and thats hard), and there’s something new to do every night. Welp, you may just want to move to a gayborhood!

If you’re unfamiliar with this term let me help you out. A gayborhood is a neighbourhood with a large concentration of gay men and women in one area. San Francisco, New York, and Portland are just a few cities with such neighbourhoods. Gayborhoods are known to consist of the hottest nightlife, diversity in cultures, and beautiful people (apparently I don’t live in one then).   While some may argue that gays drive our neighbourhoods and economic system into the ground, I’m here to tell them they’re dead wrong…I’m talking bout you Michele Bachmann.

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Computer workstation for sale $299

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Sometimes we cycle through computers and if they are in good working condition we try to pass them along.  This desktop is great for a small business, web guru, home, or student use.  It’s a Dell OptiPlex Windows 7 machine with an Intel Core Duo 1.8GHz processor, 4GB of RAM, and a 400 GB hard drive.  It comes with the small computer desk shown here (if you are in the SF Bay Area), a Dell monitor, keyboard and mouse, and Dell speakers.  Price is $299.  If you’re in the SF Bay Area we can deliver it.  If you need a basic color printer we can throw one in for $50.  We can also set it up, provide basic tutoring, email set up, and cord management for another $50 (based on one hour or labor).  Of course we’d love to see it go to another gay business or organization but someone gay-friendly could do as well!  Lol.  Feel free to hit me up at mike at queer landia dot com if you’re interested.  If you want to ship it, I’d guesstimate that it would cost $50 to ship it FedEx Ground within the U.S.

Watch the first episode of Looking on YouTube!


I had no idea HBO did this, but it’s great marketing! I I watched it last night, and  I’m intrigued as to where it will go. Looking is only a half-hour long show, so make the time to watch the first episode.

Embedding is disabled, so follow this link or click the image to watch in on HBO’s  YouTube channel.

Victoria Loustalot to Discuss Memoir

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Author Victoria Loustalot to Discuss Memoir of Northern California Childhood With Gay Father
San Francisco –Journalist and Northern  California native Victoria Loustalot will read from and discuss her  best-selling memoir, This Is How You Say Goodbye (St. Martin’s Press), on Thursday, February 13 from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. at The GLBT History Museum in San Francisco.