The Philadelphia District Attorney’s office dropped two felony charges against a trans woman arrested on Sunday at a Pride event June 13, but will proceed to trial on two misdemeanor charges.
Amid fan-favorite traditions like the Gayborhood block party and the City Hall flag-raising, Philadelphia’s 30th annual Pride celebration featured even more inclusive, diverse events than ever before.
LGBT sports leagues abound in Philadelphia and one of the first to put it out there was the Philadelphia Falcons Soccer Club. Formed a couple of years after CBLSL had started taking off, the beginnings are fortunately still clear in many minds.
Page 1 is a state-by-state map of LGBT rights and discrimination protections in the law at a state level.
Page 2 is a map of Pennsylvania showing which municipalities and counties have laws protecting LGBT people from housing and employment discrimination.
Fringe-A-Thon, FringeArts’s annual 12-hour dance party fundraiser, offers this year’s attendees a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity: to have their cake and eat cake it too — off the costume of a live, dancing man.
In the 12 years since its inception, Lancaster Pride Festival has grown considerably, from a modest start contained in local gay bar Tally-Ho Tavern in 2006 to the 7,000-large crowd that filled its center city Binns Park location in 2017.
This year, festival chair Zac Nesbitt predicts attendance rates to potentially double, anticipating between 10,000-15,000 attendees.
Please Touch Museum is introducing its inaugural Pride Family Festival June 9, an all-day celebration of LGBTQ families and communities around the world with educational programming and performances set around the themes of inclusivity, acceptance and self-empowerment.