Philly cops, prosecutors’ probes of death of Black transgender woman reveals flaws in state law
By Victoria Ebner When Naiymah Sanchez remembers the people she looked up to as a young woman in the Philadelphia community, the names that come to mind are those of the trans women she met at her local community center. “As a young trans person, we didn’t have this representation, so coming out into the […]
Philadelphia Gay Men’s Chorus set for first in-person show in two years
The “Shine” holiday concert, running Dec. 2 to 4 at the Church of the Holy Communion (2110 Chestnut Street), will feature songs including Eight Candles for Chanukah, Deck the Halls, Text Me Merry Christmas, Merry Everything, and Silver Bears.
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.
Philly agrees to pay $2M in settlement over LGBTQ foster care lawsuit
Officials also will renew a Catholic foster care agency's contract, and not require it to follow a nondiscrimination policy.
Pa’s Shapiro pledges to pass nondiscrimination law if elected governor in 2022
'I’m willing to put capital behind getting the nondiscrimination bill passed,' the Democratic hopeful said.
Philly photographers push for equality in the wedding industry for queer couples
“I think that, going into 2022, we all need to grow, we all need to expand our opinions on what it means to get married,” Robertson said.
Philly attorney continues to challenge statewide anti-bias rule
The dispute is pending before U.S. District Judge Chad F. Kenney of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
10 years after ‘Don’t ask, Don’t Tell”: A new world for LGBTQ service members in Pa. and beyond
'I have a lot of peace of mind knowing that my wife can also receive benefits or services offered to other military spouses,' a Montgomery County veteran said
Philly-based research consortium gets $29M federal grant to search for a cure for HIV
'I feel like I’m making history,' one researcher said of the fight for a cure
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.”
Tax forms show Philly Pride Presents exhausted funds, had no assets | Analysis
The organization had come under scrutiny for declining to repay some vendors for cancelled events in 2020 and 2021.
Philly pride changes reflect the LGBTQ community’s growth | Mark Segal
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