Sessions’ surprise

PGN Staff    May 17, 2017

Any LGBT-related news coming out of Washington, D.C., has almost universally been negative for the past four months (has it only been four months?). This week a rare glimmer of...

‘Troubling,’ indeed

PGN Staff    May 10, 2017

It seems like a new Russian scandal crops up every other day. As of presstime, the latest (subject to change!) is the abrupt termination of FBI Director James Comey. 

Vote, vote, vote 

PGN Staff    May 4, 2017

If we learned anything from the 2016 presidential election, it’s the importance of getting out to the polls on Election Day.

Mark My Words

Cuba, where LGBTQ means lesbians, gays, …

Mark Segal    May 17, 2017

  As I was standing in Revolution Square in Havana, Cuba, looking at the giant silhouette of Che Guevara, I smiled, recalling the Che Guevara Café I once visited in Beirut...

From Cuba, with love

Mark Segal    May 10, 2017

When you read this column, I should be in Havana, Cuba, writing about the changes in how Cuba deals with its LGBT community. I do so based on a similar...

Hail President Pence

Mark Segal    May 4, 2017

As we go to press on Wednesday evening, Human Rights Campaign is sending out alerts asking for money to help them fight the so-called “License to Discriminate” religious-freedom executive order...


Sex as resistance

Elicia Gonzales    May 4, 2017

Sometimes it feels easy to answer the question “What is SEXx?” “It’s community events we do throughout the year on sex and sexuality,” I often reply. But that reply doesn’t...

A letter to the LGBTQIA community in res…

The Rev. Jeffrey H. Jordan    January 12, 2017

Recently, gospel recording artist Kim Burrell was filmed giving a “homophobic” sermon at the Love and Liberty Fellowship Church in Houston. In this sermon, Burrell refers to “the perverted homosexual...

Winter 2017 Reflections 

Gary Hines    January 5, 2017

So what do we say in the aftermath of all these recent events? Will you accept this new world? Will you support him in whatever he does? We have to...

Letters to the Editor

Letters: To mourn, or not to mourn, Just…

PGN Staff    February 25, 2016

Editor:  In February 2015, I had the unique opportunity to meet and talk with the late Associate Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, a man whose death earlier this month will have...

Letter: On Saul Ewing's partnership with…

PGN Staff    February 18, 2016

Timothy Cwiek’s article about Saul Ewing’s partnership with TLDEF’s Name Change Project on Feb. 4 did an excellent job of describing that program and the important need that it serves...

This is not justice

Gwendolyn Smith    July 30, 2015

Meagan Taylor is a 22-year-old hairstylist from Illinois. She is also a trans woman of color.

Creep of the Week

Creep of the Week: Donald Trump

As Benjamin Franklin was leaving the Constitutional Convention of 1787, somebody asked him what kind of government the U.S. was going to have. “A republic,” he replied, “if you can keep it.”

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