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Although it wasn’t always sunny in Philly last weekend, as this year’s Pride theme suggested, the rain wasn’t able to keep away the thousands of LGBTs and allies who converged at Penn’s Landing to show their pride.

The race for the Democratic nominee for lieutenant governor was too close to call for more than a week, but when former Philadelphia City Controller Jonathan Saidel officially conceded late last month, state Rep.

Gay wrestling tourney

The Spartans Wrestling Club will host its fourth annual wrestling tournament from noon-4 p.

Marines arrested in antigay assault

According to Savannahnow.

The City Council bill that created a buzz among the Philadelphia nightlife crowd was voted out of a council committee last week, although the measure looks much different than the original.

Local hospitals more likely to protect sexual orientation than gender identity, says HRC

According to a report issued this week from the Human Rights Campaign, a vast majority of American hospitals don’t have regulations in place to provide LGBT patients with equal rights, although far-reaching changes are on the way.

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