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.
Mark Segal January 17, 2019
I want to share a success story with you, which started in the pages of this very newspaper. Once upon a time, I wrote a column with the headline, “The...
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Mark-Allen Taylor January 17, 2019
Pets may be family in your household, but Pennsylvania law says otherwise
You have a pet — your beloved dog. You think of your dog as a member of the family...
Desirée Guerrero January 17, 2019
It’s been another tumultuous year, but at least in 2018 we started talking about HIV again.
Let’s face it, we’ve had a rough year. More senseless shootings, more #MeToo controversies, more...
Brittany M. Wehner January 17, 2019
Dr. Jessica Rothchild, an LGBTQ advocate and out lesbian, has declared her candidacy for a seat on Scranton City Council.
Rothchild, 29, is a Democrat and will be running for a...
Josh Middleton January 17, 2019
The call to end bullying among school-aged youth has reached a fever pitch in recent years, but a new study suggests schools in Pennsylvania haven’t received the message when it...
Scott A. Drake January 17, 2019
The Philadelphia Falcons Soccer Club is celebrating the 30th anniversary of its founding with a banquet Jan. 26 at William Way LGBT Community Center. The event will include dinner, dancing...
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.
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...
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.