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Workplace-bias trial begins

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Workplace-bias trial begins

Tim Cwiek    April 30, 2015

Jeffrey S. Downs says he never set out to be an LGBT crusader, but his alleged encounters with anti-LGBT bias at two Center City law firms thrust him into that...

New book details the experience of bisexual men

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New book details the experience of bisexual men

Ray Simon    April 30, 2015

The understanding of bisexuality has recently been enriched, thanks to a new anthology called “Recognize: The Voices of Bisexual Men.”

Mazzoni’s Elixir gala returns

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Mazzoni’s Elixir gala returns

Ryan Kasley    April 30, 2015

This year, Mazzoni Center’s annual gala will commemorate the community organization’s milestone 35th anniversary.

Forum dedicated to sexual interaction

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Forum dedicated to sexual interaction

Ray Simon    April 30, 2015

SEXx Interactive is a four-day celebration of sex-positive culture organized by members of Philadelphia’s queer community.

D.A.: No evidence in Morris case to file charges

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D.A.: No evidence in Morris case to file charges

Tim Cwiek    April 23, 2015

The Nizah Morris case has been thoroughly investigated and there’s no evidence to charge anyone with a crime, Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams said last week.

Fifty years pass since seminal Dewey’s sit-ins

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Fifty years pass since seminal Dewey’s sit-ins

Jen Colletta    April 23, 2015

History HighlightAs the 50th anniversary of the Annual Reminder Days approaches, PGN will explore events, ideas and people who had an impact on local and national LGBT history.    

John C. Anderson Apartments wins national architecture award

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John C. Anderson Apartments wins national architecture award

Ryan Kasley    April 17, 2015

The John C. Anderson Apartments have just received a national award for outstanding architecture from the American Institute of Architects.

Einstein launching OB/GYN clinic hours for lesbian, bi women

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Einstein launching OB/GYN clinic hours for lesbian, bi women

Ryan Kasley    April 16, 2015

A Philadelphia hospital that was named one of Human Rights Campaign’s leaders in health-care equality last year is taking another step to create an even more welcoming and inclusive environment.