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Media Trail

Single surrogate fatherhood growing CNN reports a growing number of single men, both gay and straight, are opting to become fathers alone, through...

New report links LGBT acceptance and health issues

A report to be published in this month’s American Academy of Pediatrics’ journal established for the first time the effect of family rejection on...

Out NJ official steps down

The openly gay director of the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights resigned his post this week. Frank Vespa-Papaleo, who’s been...

Our resolutions

Carol: To make sure I get that shopping mall that I wished for on Christmas. Oh, of course fully stocked. Chris:...

News Briefing

Gay chorus holds auditions The Philadelphia Gay Men’s Chorus will host auditions for its upcoming shows from 7-9 p. m. Jan. 5...

Ruling supports lesbian couple in Ocean Grove

The New Jersey Division on Civil Rights issued a finding this week in an LGBT discrimination case, affirming the allegations of a lesbian couple...

Bush signs pro-gay bill

President Bush signed a bill into law last week that, among other conditions, requires businesses to transfer retirement benefits to the same-sex partners of...

Classic drama reinvented with lesbian twist:

The Mauckingbird Theatre Company continues on its mission to present professional gay-themed theater, while also exploring classic literature with its production of “Hedda Gabler....

Campbell’s defends gay ad

The world’s largest soup manufacturer refused this week to bow to pressure from right-wing, antigay groups who criticized its decision to reach out to...

Key building in Gayborhood remains vacant

A Center City building that formerly housed many LGBT-oriented organizations has fallen into disrepair, and some are calling for an end to its vacancy....

Person of the Year: Cardinal Justin Rigali

Two bills with the potential to have a tremendous impact on the local LGBT community had their days in the Pennsylvania legislature in 2008...

Make a healthy investment in yourself

As 2008 comes to a close, many will take stock of their current situations and decide to make some changes. Next year,...

Woman with HIV receives cash settlement

A Philadelphia woman with HIV who says she was wrongfully prevented from enrolling in a training program of her choice due to her HIV...

Top Stories

For many reasons, 2008 will stand out in history. Though the true impact remains to be seen, the most significant event this...

News Briefing

Key West remains closed Gayborhood bar Key West has been closed for about two weeks, and a sign placed on the door of...

New board member brings fundraising, allies to center

The newest addition to the board of the William Way LGBT Community Center is looking to use her background in fundraising to breathe new...

Media Trail

Gay-friendly middle school to open U. S. News reports the Milwaukee Public School System will expand the services provided by its gay-friendly...

LGBT groups remember local hero

“The bottom line is this: We are Black men who are proudly gay. What we offer is our lives, our love, our...

Leeway Foundation honors out artist

The Leeway Foundation, a local grantmaking institution that funds the work of female and transgender artists, recently announced the winners of its annual award,...

International News

Trans activists meet in S. Africa South Africa recently hosted the first-ever African Strategy Workshop for transgender activists. Fifteen...

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...