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20 years of the revolutionary Black-Tie GayBINGO!

20 years of the revolutionary Black-Tie GayBINGO!

Scott A. Drake    March 14, 2019

 Since time began, people have been playing bingo with their friends in basements, gymnasiums and church halls. To be historically correct, it was originally called “beano” and players covered numbers on...

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Don’t use LGBT youth as pawns

Mark Segal    March 14, 2019

Here’s the bottom line: The Attic Youth Center is about the well-being and safety of LGBT youth. Last week, there were allegations regarding the center. And, at this point, that’s what...

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Smollett indicted on 16 counts as brothers’ story changes

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Smollett indicted on 16 counts as brothers’ story changes

Victoria Brownworth    March 14, 2019

A grand jury indicted Jussie Smollett on March 8 on 16 counts of disorderly conduct for allegedly filing a false police report. He was charged for each time he told...

Philly-born activist and author begins a movement to combat sexual abuse against children

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Philly-born activist and author begins a movement to combat sexual abuse against children

A.D. Amorosi    March 14, 2019

Dr. Paul Zeitz has forever fought for justice — be it patients’ rights, human rights or global rights — striving for equal opportunity and egalitarianism for all. Continuing with his mission...

International News, March 15-21, 2019

International

International News, March 15-21, 2019

Larry Nichols    March 14, 2019

Group concerned over arrest of Egyptian transgender woman An international rights group is voicing concern over the safety and well-being of an Egyptian transgender woman arrested during a police raid on her...

National Media Trail, March 15-21, 2019

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National Media Trail, March 15-21, 2019

Larry Nichols    March 14, 2019

Kansas LGBTQ activist Stephanie Mott dies Kansas LGBTQ rights activist Stephanie Mott died on March 4, after apparently suffering a heart attack, the Topeka Capital-Journal reported. She was 61.

Study: LGBTQs are younger, poorer and in smaller numbers than previously believed

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Study: LGBTQs are younger, poorer and in smaller numbers than previously believed

Victoria Brownworth    March 14, 2019

A new report from the Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law cites demographics for adult LGBT people in the United States that conflict with previous studies and suggest...

Foster parents needed, especially in LGBTQ-affirming homes

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Foster parents needed, especially in LGBTQ-affirming homes

Lenny Cohen    March 14, 2019

Don’t expect immediate gratification. That could be the first thing foster parents should know, but it would be immediately followed by how rewarding it is to help raise needy local children...

Native Texan rates offerings at William Way’s chili cook-off

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Native Texan rates offerings at William Way’s chili cook-off

Gary L. Day    March 7, 2019

Most people may not know this (or care), but I am not native to Philadelphia. In fact, I grew up on a farm 80 miles northwest of Amarillo, Texas. Yes...

Media Trail, March 8-14, 2019

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Media Trail, March 8-14, 2019

Larry Nichols    March 7, 2019

Alaska mayor vetoes LGBTQ anti-discrimination protections The mayor of Alaska’s second-largest city vetoed a local law that gave sweeping equal rights protections to the LGBTQ community, The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported.

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