A federal judge has prevented the eviction of a Scouts chapter from a city-owned building until it can be determined whether the Scouts’ constitutional rights would be violated by the action.
The “lame-duck” legislative session in New Jersey began Monday and legislators now have just about seven weeks to pass a marriage-equality bill.
The Centers for Disease Control released its annual report on sexually transmitted diseases earlier this month and found that the number of cases of syphilis, which disproportionately affects men who have sex with men (MSM), is at its highest in more than a decade.
Philadelphia City Council approved a measure last week that will allow victims of domestic violence, including those who suffer abuse from a same-sex partner, to seek treatment without risking their jobs.
Trans death ruled accidental
The Camden County Prosecutor’s Office announced Monday that the death of a transgender woman this summer following a voodoo ritual appears to have been accidental.
Members of the Philadelphia Gay Tourism Caucus convened earlier this month for their annual meeting, during which they discussed the organization’s progress and goals and chose new leaders to help steer the agency into the new year.