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Chrysostomus Boinehelo Matubatuba, the executive head of the office of the mayor of Tshwane in South Africa, visited Philadelphia last week to make plans for a program that will allow South African and American youth to share their experiences with HIV/AIDS.

Although many near-frostbitten Philadelphians are anxiously awaiting summer, when they can dive into a pool to escape the sweltering heat, members of the city’s LGBT and ally swim team are gearing up to take to the lanes this weekend to raise money for a local nonprofit.

Settlement reached in protest dispute

Both sides in a prolonged dispute about protesters’ access to LGBT events in Philadelphia have reached a settlement.

Or, how I went to the Inauguration and all I got was this lousy profiling by the Secret Service

This was supposed to be a nice, fluffy feature piece about what it was like to be in D.

Pre-HIV pill being tested

ABC News reports doctors are testing a controversial pill that could temporarily boost immunity against HIV before a person is even exposed to the virus.

Italian activists to protest singer

A singer who has penned a song about a man who used to be gay is generating controversy as one of the planned acts headlining the Sanremo music festival/contest in Italy next month.

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