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LGBTQ&A: Wit López

Wit López is a disabled, gender-nonconforming/non-binary transgender mixed-media creator, performer, and independent curator. We speak with the visual artist on using their aesthetics to challenge […]

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LGBTQ&A: Heath Fogg Davis

Heath Fogg Davis is a transgender male activist who teaches at Temple University, serves on the Mayor’s Commission on LGBT Affairs, and is a member […]

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Temple University Now Offers Gender-Inclusive Housing

Temple University is offering gender-inclusive housing to students looking to live on campus this fall. 

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REVIEW: Mauckingbird Theatre’s The Pirates of Penzance Is a Queer Swashbuckler

It’s hard to produce an entertaining pirate play in 2016, and even more difficult to pull off a remake. But Mauckingbird Theatre Company’s latest production […]

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Sheena Howard on Race, Gender, and the Intersections of Queerness

You’re no stranger to G Philly and examining social dynamics pertaining to race, queerness, and communication. What current projects are you doing to further this […]

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REVIEW: Mauckingbird Theatre’s The Sisterhood Reimagines Gender Norms

Who could have ever thought a 17th-century French play could be so gay and gender-bending — and work so damn well as a result? Philly-based […]

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Studies: Performance Reviews Are Biased Against Women

As December approaches, many companies will once again start the process of conducting annual performance reviews. Managers will tell employees what they did right and wrong throughout the year […]

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Study: 100 Years Until We Reach Gender Equality at Work

Despite great strides by women in the workplace, a new study offers some grim numbers about gender parity in the United States. It’ll take 25 […]

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Target Going Gender-Neutral, Internet Explodes

Target has announced a new plan to phase out gender-based signage from its stores — including the removal of pink and blue to denote different toys […]

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Dear Target: I Think You Have a Gender Problem

Dear Target (or, my pet name for you, Tarjay), I’ll admit: I am absolutely enthralled by my weekly fling with you. I mean, come on: […]

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No More Iniquity Inequity!

  Last month’s “Equal Pay Day”—the day that’s set aside to demonstrate how much extra work women must do to earn what men earn—touched off […]

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Chana Rothman’s Rainbow Train Debunks Gender Norms

Philly-by-way-of-Toronto artist Chana Rothman is debuting her children’s album Rainbow Train on Tuesday, May 12th. Rothman tapped into personal experiences and her son’s early experimentation with gender expression […]

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What New York Magazine’s Jonathan Chait Gets Wrong About Political Correctness

Jonathan Chait, previously a senior editor at The New Republic and currently a writer at New York magazine, spent a great amount of words last week espousing the […]

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After Tuesday’s Election, Government in PA is a Real Sausage Fest

“Pennsylvania is set to become the largest all-male delegation in Congress this November as a result of Tuesday night’s primary races,” Huffington Post reports.

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Men Are Toast. No They’re Not. Discuss.

A female student reported a sign of a harassing nature. Upon further investigation, it was determined the communication was not to be directed in a […]