Art exhibit by LGBTQ+ college students graces the walls of Pa. governor’s residence
'These shows are important to queer artists so that we have our own space,' art student Magdalene Sanchez said.
In Philly, prospective LGBTQ+ parents receive guidance on adoption, other issues from local experts
The annual Paths to Parenthood program, put on by Philadelphia Family Pride, runs until July 27.
Philly reacts to U.S. Supreme Court siding with anti-LGBTQ+ wedding designer
The ruling provides a 'green light' for businesses to discriminate, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney said.
Pa. Human Relations Commission announces new LGBTQ+ nondiscrimination regulations
The update comes as the Fairness Act awaits Senate action.
Defying national backlash, Philadelphia’s drag performers press on
'If you go back to the founding fathers, weren’t all those people wearing powdered wigs? Is that not drag?' performer Deej Nutz said.
Giovanni’s Room: The Booksellers who built a community
Philadelphia's landmark gay and feminist bookstore celebrates its 50th anniversary.
Pride in Philadelphia and beyond is a celebration for all. Here’s what’s happening across Pa.
June is pride month in Pennsylvania. The calendar is full this month and beyond in Philadelphia and across the state.
From Philly to Harrisburg and D.C. and back: Estelle Richman reflects on life in public service
The veteran public servant will receive the lifetime achievement award at the PGN Stonewall Awards on June 4.
In Philadelphia, local organizations help voters with housing insecurity
A significant issue that housing insecure voters face is that a permanent address is required for voter registration.
LGBTQ+ Voter’s Guide: The fight for Philadelphia Mayor. The issues, the candidates
The primary election is May 16. Here's what you need to know to cast your ballot.
Pa. House Democrats mount new push to pass LGBTQ+ nondiscrimination bill
'Every single Pennsylvanian deserves to live with dignity and respect,' the bill's sponsors said in a statement.
Parents, educators in Pa. and beyond organize against Moms for Liberty
'My goal is to ensure that people in the LGBTQIA and BIPOC communities feel safe, respected, and valued,' educator Ariel Franchak said