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Q&A: Samantha Giusti on DVLF’s New Look

We’ve seen a new logo and have heard around the Gayborhood that DVLF is also making other noticeable changes. What’s sparked these decisions? Our organization […]

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ADVICE: 5 Ways to Avoid Awkward Ex Encounters

We’ve all been there. You’re out at one of these fabulous events in the Gayborhood and you spot your ex. “It was bound to happen […]

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TOP PICKS: 8 Unique LGBTQ Events This Weekend

January ends on a very eclectic note with thrills in music, fitness, and culture events in the Gayborhood and beyond this weekend.

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OPINION: Can Lady Gaga Make a Full Comeback?

I have always been a fan of Lady Gaga. Okay, not always – but I believe in her talent. In an era where pop stars […]

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Poet Gabriel Ojeda-Sague Combats Racism in New Book

This March, Latino queer poet Gabriel Ojeda-Sague is releasing a book that tackles racism in contemporary poetry. Oil and Candle, a book of four poems, […]

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OPINION: Dispelling the Big Black Homophobia Myth

It’s horrible when people, especially professors, tell you how to think. It’s even worse when they try to explain why. “I can only imagine how […]

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LGBTQ Questions Get Lackluster Responses at Democratic Town Hall

“A bag of stale potato chips” could best describe last night’s responses to LGBTQ issues at the Democratic presidential candidates’ town hall in Iowa – […]

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G Philly’s New Editor: A Welcome

Allow me to reintroduce myself: My name is Ernest. Ernest Owens — born in Chi-Town, I grew up in H-Town. Now I’m living in Philly […]