How Philly’s Pride march captured the politics of the moment | Analysis
Nearly three years since the last in-person Pride, this year's event began with a march and a show of solidarity.
The Fairness Act has bipartisan support. So what’s holding it up in Harrisburg? | Analysis
As many celebrate Pride month, LGBTQ Pennsylvanians are continuing the fight for protections from discrimination.
Wolf admin panel seeks to strengthen to strengthen LGBTQ protections
The Pa. Human Relations Commission proposed new rules treating anti-LGBTQ discrimination as a form of sex discrimination.
‘Wrong, hurtful, dangerous’: LGBTQ advocates want Chambersburg’s anti-discrimination ordinance reinstated
The Pennsylvania Coalition for Trans Youth said it will voice its concerns over the reversal at council’s first meeting since the anti-discrimination ordinance was repealed in late January after being on the books for just four months.
‘Shameful’ and ‘dangerous’: Pa.’s LGBTQ+ Caucus calls for swift action on anti-discrimination bill following Chambersburg vote
Calling the decision ”shameful” and “dangerous,” state LGBTQ+ Caucus leaders, which include, state Reps. Dan Frankel, D-Allegheny, Brian Sims, D-Philadelphia, and Sen. Katie Muth, D-Montgomery, expressed concern over the repercussions of revoking the ordinance, writing in a Tuesday statement that its repeal leaves “LGBTQ+ Pennsylvanians in an extremely vulnerable position.”
Half of LGBTQ workers have faced job discrimination, new report finds
The Williams Institute study states that over 8 million workers in the U.S. identify as LGBT. The study stipulates that “Employment discrimination and harassment against LGBT people has been documented in a variety of sources and found to negatively impact employees’ health and well-being and to reduce job commitment and satisfaction.”