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An ABC News article from Dec. 14 stated, “Some say Santa should be rebranded female, gender-neutral.” A Washington Post article from 2016 was titled, “Don’t laugh: I have a serious reason for raising my cats gender-neutral.”

After seven years, Philadelphia magazine has shut down its LGBTQ news section, G Philly, because “our community should be included in the larger conversation about Philadelphia and not segregated from it,” G Philly’s editor said in the online publication’s farewell post.

The 2019 Mummers Parade may have had more LGBTQ representation on its judging panel, but many spectators said minority groups still need more visibility in Philadelphia’s iconic annual celebration.

There were so many superb LGBTQ books in 2018 that it’s impossible to narrow the field to a “best” list. Americans are reading fewer books, which is disappointing for those of us who write them, so consider including more reading as a New Year’s resolution.

NMAC offers support and engagement opportunities to advocates living with HIV who are 50 and over.

A landlord accused of discriminating against two gay renters when he evicted them from their Fairhill apartment has denied any wrongdoing.

The attorney for J.H., owner of an apartment building on the 3400 block of North Lee Street, recently filed a reply in federal court to his former tenants’ lawsuit, which alleges the landlord violated their civil rights because they were in a same-sex relationship.

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