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In a primary that is increasingly being decided by donors, former Vice President Joe Biden and South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg top the list of candidates with big money donors in Pennsylvania.

After two years of production, TransWork, a job resource program built by Philadelphia’s LGBT Chamber of Commerce, Independence Business Alliance (IBA), launches this fall with a series of workshops and job fairs benefiting the city’s trans and nonbinary communities. The program kicks off Thursday afternoon at William Way LGBT Community Center. A job preparedness workshop will offer focus sessions on resumes, interviews, entrepreneurship, plus a legal segment outlining the workplace rights of trans employees.

At the end of her third year in high school, Ivy* sewed a quilt corresponding to the theme “belonging.” 

The creation’s perimeter is made of pink, purple and blue swatches — a nod to the bisexual flag. It surrounds a smaller, brown square that represents the African-American community and frames a rainbow-colored female symbol at the piece’s center. 

A trans woman who’s suing the University of Pennsylvania and its hospital for medical malpractice, wrongful termination and other wrongdoing continues to fight for the right to remain anonymous as a litigant. 

Restaurant to pay $40,000 in pact over gay server’s harassment

A Virginia restaurant operator has agreed to pay $40,000 to resolve a lawsuit that claims its employees routinely harassed a gay server with homophobic epithets and taunted him about his sexuality, according to Washington’s Top News.

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