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A trans woman who’s suing the University of Pennsylvania and its hospital for medical malpractice, wrongful termination and other wrongdoing continues to fight for the right to remain anonymous as a litigant. 

When it comes to inclusivity on campus, Bryn Mawr College is the new number one.

According to The Princeton Review’s annual ranking of college campuses, released this month, Bryn Mawr College, situated at the Western cap of Philadelphia’s Main Line, earned its spot at the top of LGBTQ-friendly schools in the United States.


Third in a three-part series on mental health

“They say coming out is a continual process,” said Terence Nelson. “I guess I really didn’t expect I’d still be doing it at my age, but in a way, it gives me purpose — educating a whole new group of people about who is gay and what that means. Especially at this age.”

In its highest attendance to date, the Lavender Law Conference took place in Philadelphia for the first time since 2002. Orchestrated by the LGBT Bar Association, the conference is a three-day series of panel discussions, networking events and the largest minority career fair for LGBT-identified legal professionals across the country.

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