An out lesbian running for Congress in the Fifth District was hoping a recent television ad showcasing her wife and children would help her chances in the May 15 primary elections.
Coach Carr from the movie “Mean Girls” stands in front of a chalkboard with the word “Abstinence” bolded and circled at the top. He begins his lecture to the bleacher-load of ambivalent high-schoolers, with this infamous first line: “Don’t have sex. ’Cause you will get pregnant and die.”
Now is a very good time to be gay at Kutztown University. The (KU) Allies activist student union just celebrated its 20th anniversary of supporting and advocating for the school’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, asexual, transgender, questioning and straight-ally community.
Last fall, PGN reported that two Ventnor City, N.J., men had been indicted on charges of operating an all-male prostitution ring out of one of the suspect’s apartments, and last week both suspects admitted their involvement in the prostitution ring that targeted troubled young men for recruitment.
A federal appeals court Thursday upheld New Jersey's law that prevents mental-health professionals from administering conversion therapy to minors, or the practice of attempting to change one's sexual orientation.
The Rev. Kim Wildszewski was raised listening to sermons from the pulpit in a Unitarian Universalist church — and next weekend will take to the pulpit to deliver her own first sermon as settled minister at Unitarian Universalist Church of Washington Crossing.
The National LGBT Bar Association, the largest organization of LGBT and allied legal professionals in the country, has announced that Romulo L. Diaz Jr., vice president and general counsel of PECO, will receive the organization’s Out & Proud award, which recognizes legal professionals who advance LGBT equality by creating more secure and welcoming workplaces.