Next summer, more than 1,000 LGBTs and allies will “Bring the Love” to Philadelphia for the largest LGBT sporting event the city has ever held.
A New Jersey woman who says she was raped at the former Pure Nightclub (now Voyeur) in 2008 has filed suit against operator Michael Weiss and others for allegedly failing to run a safe establishment.
Mainstream dance competitions typically don’t open their doors to same-sex couples, but next month, Philadelphia will host LGBTs from around the world to celebrate the talents of same-sex dance partners and raise funds for a local LGBT nonprofit.
IBA offers social-networking workshop
The intersection of business and social networking will be the topic of discussion at a roundtable event hosted by Independence Business Alliance, the local LGBT chamber of commerce, from 12:30-2 p.
The Philadelphia Gay Tourism Caucus unveiled the third installment of its Gayborhood map and merchant guide this week, with a fresh, new look that represents several local agencies’ commitment to heightening the city’s reputation as a top LGBT travel destination.
The University of Pennsylvania is playing host this weekend to about 400 LGBT students from around the nation, who will gather to learn with and from one another about current LGBT-rights issues and work to solidify the role of LGBT students in the Ivy League community.