Paige Cooperstein October 8, 2015
Philadelphia police are still searching for answers in the brutal murder of a local transgender woman.
Several-dozen people, including university students and people active in Democratic Party organizations, filed into the Ethical Humanist Society in Rittenhouse Square Oct. 6 for state Rep. Brian Sims’ “Congress Exploratory...
Tim Cwiek October 8, 2015
Despite concerns to the contrary, Montgomery County Register of Wills D. Bruce Hanes insists that all 176 same-sex marriage licenses he issued prior to marriage equality in Pennsylvania are valid.
A federal judge has rejected a request by the U.S. Department of Justice to avoid ruling on the legality of the Americans with Disabilities Act’s exclusion of gender-identity disorder as...
Jen Colletta October 8, 2015
It’s been five years since Stacey Blahnik was killed, but the pain is still palpable for her loved ones.
The Metropolitan Area Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance, called MANNA, is moving.
SEPTA, the region’s mass-transit agency, continues to seek an exemption from adherence to the city’s LGBT-inclusive antibias rules.
The Delaware Valley Legacy Fund distributed a total of $30,000 at a party Oct. 5 to six regional organizations addressing emerging needs for the LGBT community. Each received $5,000.
Paige Cooperstein October 1, 2015
State Rep. Brian Sims, who represents Center City including the Gayborhood, announced Tuesday that he is running for Congress.
Get Out and Play
Mark Segal October 8, 2015
One of my favorite movies as a kid (and to this day) was “Auntie Mame.”
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