Philly elementary school renamed for LGBTQ activist Gloria Casarez
Casarez., who died in 2014, lived nearby and attended the school named in her honor.
LGBTQ people are under attack. Fight back by knowing your history | Frank Pizzoli
Past accomplishments are a blueprint for preserving existing civil rights, advocate Eric Selvey said.
Post-Roe, what’s the fate of marriage equality in Pa.? | Frank Pizzoli
'Conservative members of the Supreme Court are on a faith-based mission, which includes ending marriage equality,' Wayne Besen, of Truth Wins Out, said.
Biden taps openly LGBTQ attorney as top federal prosecutor for the Philly region
Jacqueline C. Romero Romero is one of five nominees for U.S. Attorney positions President Joe Biden put forth last week.
Prison violence punishes LBT women, and it can kill
Trans and nonbinary prisoners are often isolated and targeted.
Veteran Pgh. blogger Sue Kerr launches new LGBTQ nonprofit
'We’re not reinventing the wheel. We don’t want to take from ongoing activity. Rather we want to add to the mix, fill in the cracks,' Kerr said.
Study: Pa. ranks 24th nationwide for acceptance of LGBTQ people
'Pennsylvania’s legal landscape puts LGBTQ residents at risk of discrimination and harassment,' the report concludes.
Giving back and speaking up: Meet the Philadelphia LGBTQ Bar Association
'As lawyers, we have a responsibility to be leaders in society, and as LGBTQ+ lawyers, we have a special responsibility to advocate for the entire LGBTQ+ community,' a leader said.
Queer Halloween saves lives: It’s where we can be ourselves | Opinion
One night a year, trans and queer folk could slip bigoted laws aimed at gender expression.
New Pride collective enters partnership with GALAEI; former Pride director honored in Harrisburg
Franny Price honored for work making Pa. 'a more welcoming home for so many in the Queer community.'
Honoring the past to find a new way forward on National Coming Out Day | Opinion
Coming out isn’t done for others. It is done for ourselves, to step into our authenticity. Because we all want to be seen. We all want to be seen for who we know ourselves to be, not for who we are expected to be.
Pgh event will celebrate a half-century of queer media in Pennsylvania
Co-creator of QBurgh, Jeff Freedman, describes the exhibit as a well-documented history for the LGBTQ community in Pennsylvania.