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A rainbow-colored Walt Whitman bridge may be on the way

A rainbow-colored Walt Whitman bridge may be on the way

Adriana Fraser    January 16, 2019

The Walt Whitman Bridge may be getting a rainbow-flag makeover in celebration of the poet and essayist’s 200th birthday, which will be May 31.

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The spectrum of oppression

Mark Segal    January 10, 2019

Coming out is personal to each of us, so is how we recognize and understand our oppression. Each of us has a moment that hits us in the face and...

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Learn about local LGBTQ history at new exhibition

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Learn about local LGBTQ history at new exhibition

Adriana Fraser    January 10, 2019

A new exhibition, set to debut next week in Bensalem, will explore five decades of LGBTQ history in Pennsylvania as a tribute to the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots.

With Metcalfe out, does nondiscrimination have a chance?

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With Metcalfe out, does nondiscrimination have a chance?

Lenny Cohen    January 10, 2019

A leadership change in Pennsylvania’s House of Representatives could mean LGBTQ people in the Keystone State will have a renewed chance for protections against discrimination at work, in housing and...

Traveling exhibit to raise LGBT awareness

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Traveling exhibit to raise LGBT awareness

Tim Cwiek    January 3, 2019

LGBT advocates are preparing to unveil a new traveling exhibit intended to galvanize support for a statewide LGBT-inclusive antibias law.

Liberals care about justice, not gender-neutral Santa

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Liberals care about justice, not gender-neutral Santa

Johnathan Gilmore    January 3, 2019

An ABC News article from Dec. 14 stated, “Some say Santa should be rebranded female, gender-neutral.” A Washington Post article from 2016 was titled, “Don’t laugh: I have a serious...

Philly mag’s G Philly is no more

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Philly mag’s G Philly is no more

Adriana Fraser    January 3, 2019

After seven years, Philadelphia magazine has shut down its LGBTQ news section, G Philly, because “our community should be included in the larger conversation about Philadelphia and not segregated from...

Flipping back: Paging through 2018’s best reads

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Flipping back: Paging through 2018’s best reads

Victoria Brownworth    December 27, 2018

There were so many superb LGBTQ books in 2018 that it’s impossible to narrow the field to a “best” list. Americans are reading fewer books, which is disappointing for those...

The year in small screen

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The year in small screen

Victoria Brownworth    December 27, 2018

Two showrunners helped make 2018 the most LGBTQ ever on TV.

Strong and healthy

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Strong and healthy

Oriol R. Gutierrez Jr.    December 27, 2018

NMAC offers support and engagement opportunities to advocates living with HIV who are 50 and over.

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