Jen Colletta April 25, 2017
A few hours after announcing a major leadership change, Mazzoni Center announced it had cancelled its annual fundraising gala.
Mark Segal April 19, 2017
This week, I’m writing about an issue that sheds new light on a subject we all think we know: Stonewall. Earlier this week, my husband Jason, who teaches creative writing...
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Jeremy Rodriguez April 24, 2017
A committee of Philadelphia City Council this week approved a bill that would amend the city's anti-bias ordinance.
Jeremy Rodriguez April 20, 2017
More than 1,000 people gathered for lunch Thursday on the 1300 block of Locust Street while supporting efforts to fight HIV/AIDS.
A Monroe County borough was the latest to adopt an LGBT-inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance this week.
Jeremy Rodriguez April 19, 2017
According to the Philadelphia Department of Public Health, cases of syphilis among local men who have sex with men are on the rise.
Tim Cwiek April 19, 2017
PGN last week filed an appeal in Philadelphia Common Pleas Court, continuing its quest for 911 recordings pertaining to the Nizah Morris incident believed to be at the Philadelphia District...
Jen Colletta April 19, 2017
Representatives of more than a dozen local schools will network with LGBT-headed families, youth and allies later this month.
On any given day, there are an estimated 120,000 Americans awaiting an organ transplant.
Philadelphia Black Pride will return next week, with opportunities for the black LGBT community and allies to network and celebrate.