From feminism to activism, local youth sound off on the state of the LGBT community in our Spring 2017 LGBTQ Youth Supplement.
After talking for several months on Facebook, Gabrielle Gibson and Jaden Rogers had their first official date at Longwood Gardens in October 2014.
“We walked hand-in-hand on the tour enjoying the scene and it started raining,” said Rogers, 32. “So we hid out in a tree house. It became our special place.”
New Jersey officials last week continued to urge the dismissal of a federal lawsuit seeking to allow trans people born in New Jersey to change the gender on their birth certificate without undergoing surgery.
Brandon Bostian, the engineer involved in a fatal train derailment in Philadelphia, isn’t required to publicly disclose his home address in a lawsuit against Amtrak, a judge has ruled.
— A man reported that on March 11, a group of men and women assaulted him inside El Vez, 121 S. 13th St., just after 11 p.m. The victim sustained a broken nose. He described the group only as Hispanic.
A high school student is suing a Pennsylvania school district after claiming his privacy was violated by a transgender male student using the boys' locker room.
An LGBT-equality organization hosted a tele-town hall with a Pennsylvania senator Monday to discuss issues facing the LGBT community.
A local LGBT health and wellness organization will host a vigil at William Way LGBT Community Center this weekend to remember and celebrate the lives of seven transgender women who were murdered in the country this year.