Pa. Primary 2022: LGBTQ candidates ran across Pa., to mixed results | Analysis
Some high-profile candidates lost their contests, but other legislative candidates saw electoral success.
Why the LGBTQ community rejected Brian Sims for lieutenant governor | Mark Segal
Sims was a bad candidate from the start due to a lot of past baggage and controversy.
LGBTQ community leaders call for change after Philly nightclub death
'We clearly need a change in how we look at ‘security’ for our community,' Sultan Shakir, president and CEO of the Mazzoni Center, said.
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.
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.
What we know about Philly Pride 2022. Your questions answered
'We are standing on the shoulders of our Queer and Trans ancestors, working diligently to make them proud,' organizers said.
Dem Andre Carroll hopes to bring his lived experience to the Pa. House
Carroll, who is openly gay, is running for the 201st House District seat now held by state Rep. Stephen Kinsey, D-Philadelphia.
At Philly forum, 2022 hopefuls make their pitch to LGBTQ voters
Democratic U.S. Senate candidates John Fetterman and Malcolm Kenyatta were among those who spoke.
In Philly, Democratic U.S. Senate candidates battle for votes
(*This story was updated on Monday 5/9/22 at 1:26 p.m. to correct the list of endorsements for U.S. Rep. Conor Lamb, D-17th District) By Michele Zipkin PHILADELPHIA — As the primary race for Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate seat enters its final stage, state Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta, U.S. Rep. Conor Lamb, and Pa. Lt. Gov. John Fetterman […]
Philly healthcare facilities rank high in national equality index
In total, 17 Philadelphia health organizations and hospitals were ranked in the index compiled by the Human Rights Campaign.
Philly orgs celebrate Trans Day of Visibility with in-person and virtual events
One event will be a flag raising and a rally hosted by Philly’s Office of LGBT Affairs at City Hall on March 31 at noon.
‘Our goal is to break down barriers:’ Philly hospital offers trans kids gender-affirming care
'What we really try to do with this program is create a one-stop shop for families’ needs,' Dr. Linda Hawkins, of CHOP, said.