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Gay man sues Guess clothing company for workplace bias

A Philadelphia gay man has filed a federal antibias lawsuit against Guess Inc. alleging he was wrongfully accused of sexually assaulting another...

Addressing HIV and Aging in 2020

Every September, we recognize National HIV & Aging Awareness Month to call attention to issues of HIV prevention, treatment, and care for...

Horoscopes: Sept. 25 – Oct. 1, 2020

Aries:  As Mercury enters Scorpio on the 27th, you see things from all possible angles. There is a boost in problem solving...

Election 2020: Your guide to voting in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvanians will have the chance to vote for state legislators, row officers, members of Congress, and, of course, the President on Nov....

New documentary focuses on late gay neurologist Oliver Sacks

“Oliver Sacks: His Own Life,” available in virtual cinema via kinomarquee starting September 23, is a fantastic, inspiring tribute to the late...

Brian Spies: He’s a little bit country

The Fringe Festival is upon us, and though it won’t be the citywide event that we’re used to, there are a lot...

Positive Thoughts: Partnership Science

Mark Feinberg and Helen Rees joined Mitchell Warren for a webinar titled “Pandemic Vaccine Development and Lessons for COVID-19.” It is part...

A night of unity and celebration

When the virus took Gay Pride from us this year, I was sad. When it took our October block party Outfest away,...

The difference between Log Cabin Republicans and the LGBTQ community

A few weeks ago in this editorial, we addressed the danger that Log Cabin Republicans pose to the LGBTQ community by endorsing...

Creep of the Week: Nick Moutos

The Attorney General’s office in Texas is not exactly known for being a friendly place for LGBTQ people. Texas Attorney General Ken...

Keep your estate up to date

Q: I lost a parent recently to COVID-19 and discovered they had not updated their estate documents in quite some time, which...

A survival guide to the Terrible Twos

Nearly two-and-a-half years ago, I wrote a column for PGN about how Ashlee and I were “riding the emotional roller coaster” of...

Judge issues pro-LGBT ruling in citizenship dispute

A federal judge in Atlanta last month ordered the U.S. State Department to recognize the U.S. citizenship by birth of Simone Mize-Gregg,...

Postal service seeks dismissal of gay man’s antibias case

Attorneys for U.S. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy recently asked a federal judge to dismiss the antibias case of a Lehigh County gay...

High-rise apartment building to be built in Gayborhood

Plans are underway for a high-rise condominium to be built on the site currently occupied by the empty 12th Street Gym in...

Sarah McBride set to become first transgender state senator after primary win

Sarah McBride won the Democratic primary in Delaware’s first state senate district Tuesday night, all but assuring her a general election victory....

Horoscopes: Sept. 18 – 24, 2020

Aries: The new moon in Virgo at the start of the weekend is the perfect space to think and to clear your...

HRC announces expanded voting resources for Pennsylvania

Earlier this week the Human Rights Campaign announced it will be adding five new staff members to their team in Pennsylvania, bringing...

Equality is on the ticket in November

The protests were peaceful on Tuesday night as they moved from outside the Constitution Center at Independence Mall, up Market Street and...

A Bright Light in the Dark

The name Rod Thomas might not be instantly recognizable, but it’s likely you’ve come across the one he uses on stage. As...

COVID-19

Philly’s LGBTQ health orgs endure amid pandemic

According to data from the Centers for Disease Control, at least 105-thousand healthcare personnel have been infected with COVID-19 and over 500...