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Freedom Pages and Tabu organized a “Wear Purple Party” to memorialize at least six LGBT teen suicides from the past month and raise money for The Attic Youth Center.

The University of Pennsylvania played host to the first-ever direct-outreach program for LGBT youth voters in the city Oct.

For the mid-term elections, PGN reached out to candidates for U.

The board of directors of ASIAC, an HIV/AIDS service organization that focuses on the Asian and Pacific-Islander community, last week announced the appointment of a temporary leader to guide the agency through its upcoming transition process.

Craigslist trial delayed

A judge last week approved a continuance in the trial of a man accused of posing as a police officer to defraud gay men.

A Philadelphia man says he’s permanently disfigured after being assaulted inside Woody’s Bar by an underage patron, and he’s suing for $50,000 in damages.

Participants in the 24th annual Philadelphia AIDS Walk traveled over the Falls Bridge Oct.
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