Victoria Brownworth December 18, 2019
On the afternoon of Dec. 16, two women, married to one another, were found dead by two of their three children — ages 12 and 6 — in the kitchen...
Mark Segal January 16, 2020
One of my favorite movies is “Some Like It Hot,” starring Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon.
PGN Staff January 16, 2020
Brazil’s Supreme Court allows gay Jesus film on Netflix
On Jan. 9, the president of Brazil’s Supreme Court issued an order that allows streaming service Netflix to continue exhibiting a satirical...
Michele Zipkin January 16, 2020
Adrian Rivera-Reyes, an out gay Latinx Philadelphia resident, just became one of 15 new appointees as a commissioner for the Pennsylvania Governor’s Advisory Committee on Latino Affairs.
Rev. Rodger Broadley, the out gay rector of Saint Luke and The Epiphany (SLATE), will retire after almost 40 years of leadership at the church after his last service on...
Tim Cwiek January 16, 2020
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court is scheduled to hear oral arguments in March regarding the case of a student rape victim and his mother who seek reinstatement of their lawsuit against...
Victoria Brownworth January 16, 2020
Tiffany Reed’s fiancé is asking for help in apprehending the suspect who killed the woman she was going to marry in a hit-and-run early Sunday morning.
The Community Control of Health, a local committee of Black and Brown LGBTQ and Poz folks are holding a symposium “focused on the liberation of queer and trans Black and...
On Jan. 7, when students returned to class after the holiday break, Garden State Equality, a New Jersey LGBTQ advocacy group, launched its LGBTQ-inclusive curriculum pilot program in twelve schools.
PGN Staff January 9, 2020
Pakistan issues health IDs for trans people to improve care
Pakistan began issuing special health ID cards for transgender people on Tuesday as a way to lessen health care discrimination.