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Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Affordable Care Act

Those who sat through the Senate hearings for Amy Coney Barrett will recall the sometimes mind-numbingly technical discussion of “severance.” The import...

Philly to celebrate Transgender Day of Remembrance

In recognition of Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR), which takes place annually on Nov. 20, community organizers are holding events around Philadelphia....

Suspect in Fells murder arrested in California

A man wanted in connection with the murder of Dominique “Rem’mie” Fells was arrested in Los Angeles on Monday night. Police initially...

COVID-19 spikes in Philadelphia

Philadelphia had its single largest increase in Covid-19 infections on Tuesday, with 879 new confirmed cases of the virus. Last week, the...

Anders promoted to supervising judge in Philadelphia

LGBT advocates are lauding the promotion of Common Pleas Court Judge Daniel J. Anders to the position of supervising judge of the...

ERG leaders speak on promoting workplace equality

Campbell Soup Company was among the many organizations to celebrate Pride Month. More specifically, the Camden-based company’s employee resource group Our Pride...

Deep Inside Hollywood: Adam Rippon sitcom skates over to NBC

Good news or best news? America’s gay figure skating Olympic medal scoring sweetheart, Adam Rippon, is developing a sitcom for NBC. Now,...

Biden moves forward with presidential transition amid Trump lawsuits

As Philadelphia remains the epicenter of outgoing President Donald Trump’s personal ire and Pennsylvania the locus of several lawsuits from his campaign,...

An unlikely, tender romance in “Ammonite”

“Ammonite,” by out gay writer/director Frances Lee, depicts the unlikely romance that develops between Mary Anning (Kate Winslet), a fossilist, and Charlotte...

Horoscopes: Nov. 6-12, 2020

Aries: Mercury directly entering Scorpio this week has you throwing yourself into something that you care about very wholeheartedly. Devotion and dedication...

There Is Hope

Biden will win, at least that is what my projection based on all the information we have as of Wednesday evening. Here’s...

Biden ahead in 2020 electoral vote

It’s all over but the counting. While Democrats had hoped for a blowout victory after the deaths of nearly a quarter million...

LGBTQ candidates make history in election

Across the country, including some traditional conservative strongholds, LGBTQ candidates won elected office in the 2020 general election. In addition, a great...

U.S. signs anti-abortion, anti-LGBT declaration

The Trump Administration has signed an anti-abortion, anti-LGBT declaration with 32 member states in the United Nations, many of which are authoritarian...

Supreme Court hears arguments on city’s foster-care dispute

Efforts by Philadelphia officials to eradicate anti-LGBT bias within the city’s foster-care system remain at risk, after the U.S. Supreme Court heard...

Scott Evans: Leading man

It’s time at last for qFLIX, our annual LGBT film festival. The beloved fest was postponed a number of times due to...

Pennsylvania Youth Congress: young Pennsylvanians shaping their future

Since 2011, the Pennsylvania Youth Congress (PYC) has continued to remind people that the work done for LGBTQ rights is not just...

School superintendent apologizes for privacy breach

Last week, Dr. Joseph J. Roy, superintendent of the Bethlehem Area School District, issued a public apology after the district’s solicitor inadvertently...

LGBTQ health orgs provide mental, physical health services amid rising COVID cases

Amid a rise in coronavirus cases in Philadelphia and throughout Pennsylvania, Gayborhood health organizations are doing what they can to provide both...

No matter the election outcome, we’re now in a culture war

It’s Tuesday afternoon as I write this, and we don’t yet know who was elected president or senator or state legislator. This...

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...