Men’s sports are due for LGBTQ inclusivi…

Jess Bryant    January 16, 2020

Last week was the Philadelphia Flyers Pride Night at Wells Fargo Stadium, an event that also honored and interviewed Philadelphia Pride Organizer Franny Price.

Viral post awakens queer community

Jess Bryant    January 9, 2020

A tweet by Alexander Leon, an Australia-based writer and activist who works at Kaleidoscope Trust, went viral this week on Twitter. Leon wrote, “Queer people don’t grow up as ourselves...

Our lives are not for laughs

Jess Bryant    January 2, 2020

Every week, I research all things gay news, both locally and nationally, to decide what might be appropriate for an editorial. This week, more than any — or perhaps it...

Mark My Words

Stonewall is not my legacy

Mark Segal    January 16, 2020

One of my favorite movies is “Some Like It Hot,” starring Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon.

A pilgrimage to where my hero lies

Mark Segal    January 9, 2020

Over the holidays, I had the closest thing to a pilgrimage that I'll ever know.

Taking stock of life during Stonewall 50

Mark Segal    December 23, 2019

Like many, as the year ends, I usually take a look at what kind of year it has been. For me, 2019 was the year of Stonewall 50 and celebrating...


Golden Globes highlight impact of queer …

Victoria Brownworth    January 9, 2020

The 77th Annual Golden Globes ceremony on Jan. 5 was notable for political speeches and long-overdue recognition of women and people of color.

Democratic debate shows why we need quee…

Victoria Brownworth    December 23, 2019

Most weeks, someone asks me on social media why I “waste my time” writing for the queer press. I write predominantly for the mainstream press, but I have never stopped...

Democrats are losing pro-LGBTQ candidate…

Victoria Brownworth    December 12, 2019

At a rally in Hershey, Pennsylvania on Dec. 10 — the same day Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced Articles of Impeachment against him — President Trump targeted Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA)...

Letters to the Editor

Letters To the Editor: International boy…

PGN Staff    August 29, 2019

 If we’re going to boycott another nation’s products for human rights abuses, how about Saudi Arabia? They aren’t exactly friends to LGBT people and are god awful to women, and...

Letters to the Editor - 5/25/19

PGN Staff    May 23, 2019

Dear Editor: For what my opinion is worth, I would not ask Brian Sims to resign.  I would be surprised if he has enough believers to get re-elected, assuming he would...

Clear distinction between LGBTQ discrimi…

denise    March 21, 2019

Letter to the Editor: As a longtime New Jersey resident, I was interested to see the PGN editorial last week (March 15-21) on the latest events from the Chick-fil-A saga...

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