Tim Cwiek March 15, 2018
Philadelphia City Council will hold a public hearing within the next few months regarding city contracts with two agencies that refuse to accept same-sex couples as foster parents.
Mark Segal March 14, 2018
That blue wave that every political pundit and journalist keeps telling us is almost a sure thing in November? For those of you not politically aware of that term, it...
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Brittany M. Wehner March 14, 2018
A local community center received a financial donation from AARP Pennsylvania to benefit its senior programs.
The Free Library of Philadelphia will hold a special two-part series on the history and legacy of queer women in “Lesbian Herstory Archives: Preserving Our Legacy,” organized by the library’s...
Tim Cwiek March 14, 2018
After a lengthy effort, a Philadelphia trans woman was granted a name change last month. The woman, identified in court papers as “A.S.D.,” previously sought relief in Pennsylvania Superior Court...
Philly AIDS Thrift recently announced its donation of $180,000 in grant funding to 20 local organizations for the 2017-18 grant cycle.
A local community-affairs reporter and an HIV/AIDS grant-program committee will be honored at the AIDS Fund’s 19th-annual Black-Tie GayBINGO.
Jeremy Rodriguez March 14, 2018
Gay, bisexual and trans men over the age of 50 received a history lesson on drag performances in the annual Mummers Parade and how thid has been revitalized in recent...
Brittany M. Wehner March 7, 2018
The Independence Business Alliance and DVLF recently announced changes to their LGBT Business Scholarship program, including a substantial increase in funding.
In honor of Black History Month, members of the city’s black trans community gathered to host a panel discussion on their struggles and triumphs.