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Q&A: Looking for an LGBTQ-Friendly Doc? This New Site Can Help

Rating and reviewing health care providers is nothing new, but sites like RateMDs, Healthgrades, and ZocDoc have never quite cut it for the millions of […]

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Philly’s Pride Flag to Get Two New Stripes: Black and Brown

Multiple sources closely connected with Thursday’s First Annual Pride Kick-Off at City Hall have confirmed to G Philly that the city’s Pride flag will add […]

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iHeart Debuts Philly LGBTQ Radio Station

iHeartMedia Philadelphia has launched “Pride Radio Philly,” a digital radio station geared towards local lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer listeners. It’ll be the area’s […]

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OPINION: Single-Identity Social Justice Is No Justice at All

“There’s a gay Trump supporter in Philly,” a close friend of mine texted me on the last weekend in February. “Really? That doesn’t make sense,” […]

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Philly’s First-Ever LGBTQ Women’s Week Starts This Weekend

“The Revolution,” Philadelphia’s first-ever LGBTQ Women’s Week, is launching this week. Started by The Strong Catalyst, a local lesbian multimedia collective, the event is centered […]

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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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LGBTQ Celebrities Sound Off After Trump Victory

After Republican candidate Donald Trump won last night’s race for the presidency, LGBTQ celebrities reacted on Twitter about the news. It’s very clear none of […]

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The G Philly LGBTQ Voting Guide for 2016

Election Day is finally here! We hope you stay informed and exercise your right to vote. Resources for LGBTQ Voters on Election Day Voter Guides […]

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Pa. Senate Committee Approves LGBT Discrimination Protections Bill

The Senate Urban Affairs and Housing Committee voted 7-4 Wednesday to pass legislation that would prohibit discrimination in employment and housing based on sexual orientation or […]

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Why Pennsylvania’s Hate Crime Laws Still Lack LGBT Protections

In the wake of the country’s worst-ever mass shooting, the nation’s cry for change is hard to ignore. In the early morning of June 12th, a […]

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The Ben Franklin Bridge Will Glow Rainbow for Orlando Victims

#BenFranklinBridge to pay tribute to Orlando victims & their families. https://t.co/XPzOjzrp6L #OrlandoUnited pic.twitter.com/xHar4JJVK5 — DRPA (@DRPA_PAandNJ) June 14, 2016 The Ben Franklin Bridge will light […]

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TOP PICKS: 5 Unique LGBTQ Events This Weekend

FRIDAY EVENTS COLOURS’ 25th Anniversary Opening Reception 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. William Way LGBT Community Center, 1315 Spruce Street; all ages. To kick off […]

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Q&A: Malcolm Kenyatta on Being Openly LGBTQ in Local Politics

How would you best describe your career? At my core, I’m just a kid from North Philly who refuses to leave. I was born and […]

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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 […]

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Nijicon LGBTQ Comic Con Returns to Philly Area This October

There is a notable increase of interest in comic books, movies, and games in the LGBTQ community, and the annual Nijicon (which translates to “rainbow”) […]