Human Rights Campaign beefs up outreach to Pa.’s LGBTQ voters
The civil rights organization has directors in several states mobilizing the LGBTQ vote, including Arizona, Michigan, Nevada, Ohio, Texas and Wisconsin.
New Philly online voting initiative targets LGBTQ voters
PhillyVoting.org, compiles tools for voter registration, requesting mail-in ballots, information on polling locations and critical dates.
This is what gay dating is like in the time of COVID-19
Philadelphia's gay residents, like the rest of us, are learning to maintain a socially distanced social life.
LGBTQ teachers forced to balance schoolwork and staying safe
"Falling behind is an imaginary landmark that shifts with the times ... dead kids can’t be successful. Dead kids can’t live out their dreams."
Pa. Court issues unfavorable name-change ruling for trans litigants
A name change is critical and life-affirming for trans individuals. But a state law prohibits those with certain convictions from changing their names.
Philly federal judge issues favorable ruling in trans anti-bias case
An employment-discrimination lawsuit filed on behalf of an HIV-positive trans woman of color has moved one step closer to a jury trial.
Free-speech advocate challenges new state anti-bias rule
A federal lawsuit seeks to invalidate an LGBT-inclusive anti-bias rule in Pa. that bars attorneys from manifesting bias or prejudice when practicing law.
At least 26 trans people have been killed in the U.S. this year. This is who they are
Each left a unique and indelible footprint in their community. Each person was here, and each lived as their authentic selves.