Philly leaders and organizations set for Trans Day of Remembrance
The annual observance, which takes place today, is a time to honor and remember lives lost to transphobic violence.
If anti-trans lawmakers got their way, I might not be alive today | Opinion
More than half of young trans people have contemplated suicide. Now a third of us could lose the care that’s been proven to prevent it.
Legal fights continue on making teachers call trans students by their chosen pronouns | Opinion
The right of trans students to be free from discrimination is tenuous at best and under constant legal attack.
Pa. Senate approves GOP-authored bill targeting transgender girls, women in school sports
The upper chamber voted 30-20 along party lines to send the proposal to the House of Representatives for consideration.
Transgender man from Delco seeks right to pursue adoption
The Pa. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case earlier this month.
Here’s what Pa. lawmakers could do if they really wanted to protect women and girls | Opinion
A transgender sports ban only hurts women -- and helps no one except lawmakers seeking re-election.
Targeting vulnerable transgender kids? A cruel and dangerous waste of time | Friday Morning Coffee
If there's any consolation, Rep. Barbara Gleim's bill is headed for a guaranteed veto. But the GOP has showed itself for what it is.
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.
Americans support LGBTQ nondiscrimination laws. What’s Pa.’s excuse? | Monday Morning Coffee
As pols from Pa. to South Dakota launch their attacks, public support for LGBTQ Americans continues to tick upward.
I didn’t see any concerned lawmakers at women’s sports events | Opinion
The fight to bar transgender athletes is nothing more than a flimsy excuse to legalize discrimination.
Fighting anti-trans legislation is suicide prevention | Opinion
It shouldn’t be radical to say I don’t want kids to kill themselves, but apparently, that’s where we’re at.
On the job in D.C., ‘You have to do the work’: Pa.’s Rachel Levine says
It 'is my honor and privilege to work in the Biden administration, to work with our secretary, and to support our community in every way I can,' Levine said.