Federal prosecutors have no "smoking gun" proving that state Sen. Lawrence M. Farnese Jr. bribed a constituent in order to advance his political career, the lawmaker's attorney told a federal jury this week.
Emily Cooper Morse found the Women’s March on Washington online almost immediately after the presidential election results came in favor of Donald Trump. Her best friend lives in the nation’s capital, so she planned to protest with her. Opponents of Trump see his administration as hostile to women, the LGBT community, people of color and many others.
State Rep. Brian Sims announced Thursday that he plans to re-introduce a bill to ban conversion therapy for minors in Pennsylvania.
When members of the LGBT community came forward to discuss issues of racism and discrimination, Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations Executive Director Rue Landau said she saw a clear pattern — that people were unsure of the city’s protocol for addressing these issues.
Columbia University Press recently released “The Fundamentals of LGBT Substance Use Disorders,” a revision of the very first book on LGBT substance; it was considered a groundbreaking book when it was first written three decades ago by authors Dana Finnegan and Emily McNally.