Opinion

Editorials

Let’s talk about true allyship

Jess Bryant    June 20, 2019

The word “ally” is trendy — and it’s time we think more intentionally about the term.

Still a need for Pride

Jess Bryant    June 13, 2019

We’re halfway through Pride Month, when many cities across the nation publicly celebrate being LGTBQIA-plus. This year, during the Stonewall uprising’s 50th anniversary, our community is taking the opportunity to...

In community with Pride

Jess Bryant    June 6, 2019

Year after year, Pride — as we know it — evolves and changes. 

Mark My Words

Battles won, battles left to fight

Mark Segal    June 20, 2019

I am amazed at what I’ve learned over the past few weeks about an event in which I took part — the Stonewall riots — and I’m having fun galloping...

Getting Stonewall Right: Taking Pride in…

Mark Segal    June 13, 2019

We Stonewall participants are getting up in years, and there aren’t many of us left. I’m one of the youngest still around; therefore, over the last few weeks, I’ve done...

Mark My Words: History and Mythology

Mark Segal    June 6, 2019

Last week’s tour took me to Pilgrim House during Provincetown’s second annual Gay Pride for a speaking engagement. The organizers wanted a Stonewall participant to help separate the myths from...

Op-Ed

An account of trans homelessness: What c…

Sandra Pilla    May 30, 2019

For 17 years, Traci Marie Curtis lived in an apartment at Fifth and Carpenter streets. She rescued countless homeless cats, taking in a few and accommodating the rest in outdoor shelters...

Biden is not what 2020 — or Philadelphia…

Victoria Brownworth    May 2, 2019

On April 29, former Vice President Joe Biden and his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, were having a sit-down interview onABC’s “Good Morning America.” It’s two months until the first debate among...

South Dakota man to be executed for bein…

Victoria Brownworth    April 18, 2019

Charles Rhines has already spent nearly half his life on death row. On April 15 the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear his appeal. Now, barring clemency from the governor...

Letters to the Editor

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...

Letters and Feedback

Kristen Demilio    November 8, 2018

In response to Jonathan Gilmore’s column “No, your father isn’t always right” (Nov. 2-8): I read with much dismay another example of seemingly simplistic and opinionated male-bashing. Disturbing to me is...

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