Four Philadelphia-headquartered companies received a perfect 100 score for the first time this week on Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index.
Samuel Sierra, a gay man assaulted in the Gayborhood almost three years ago, is seeking financial remuneration from his alleged assailants.
A local program for trans and gender-variant individuals will host a week of activities in honor of Transgender Awareness Week.
A Juniata Park man is suing Voyeur Nightclub, claiming he sustained serious injuries inside the popular LGBT venue due to unsafe conditions.
Litigants in a federal class-action suit against Aetna Inc. for allegedly violating the HIV-privacy rights of about 12,000 customers have made “substantial progress” in settling the dispute, according to a recent court filing.
People who visited Philadelphia in January for the National LGBTQ Task Force’s Creating Change Conference may have noticed a large amount of rainbow flags at the nearby Reading Terminal Market. PHL Diversity worked with the market’s general manager to make LGBT visitors feel welcome.
Amy Kelley recently attended the Human Rights Campaign National Dinner in Washington, D.C., where she was in the presence of leaders such as Hillary Clinton and Billie Jean King.