Female condoms started being distributed and will be marketed to gay men in San Francisco. Local news was on the scene (text here):
Was there any reason to go to a Catholic teacher to get the "gay sex is bad" quote? Were they just trying to get another opinion on condoms - some people say they keep you safe, others say they'll send you to hell - but the only "fair and balanced" debate here is on whether people will use them, whether they're an effective use of limited resources, etc. That some people hate gays isn't really the story, and the Catholic Church's opinion on condoms isn't much more insightful either.
Also, and people who live in SF can answer, does all local news take an "only in San Francisco!" tone? It seems like it'd get annoying, and people do use condoms outside SF.