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Lady Gaga Wants You

When Lady Gaga takes over as special guest editor of Metro on May 17 she’ll need an assistant. Do you have what it takes to […]

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Hump Day Headlines

Breaking news: Tyler Clementi’s roommate charged with 15 counts in Rutger’s webcam case. Former Bush lawyer to defend DOMA. Outraged Dad kills lesbian daughter’s girlfriend […]

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What We Love: Josh Lehrer

Josh Lehrer is a photographer from New York who has spent several years chronicling the lives of homeless transgender teens. His ongoing portrait project – […]

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Is Facebook Homophobic?

UPDATE (April 20): Facebook issued a statement of apology, saying: “The photo in question does not violate our Statement of Rights and Responsibilities and was […]

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I Pay My Taxes, I Want My Rights!

Known for his flamboyant style, gossip-getting personal life and longtime gay activism, fashion designer Marc Jacobs recently created a new T-shirt for the Human Rights Campaign. […]

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Santorum’s Sloppy Slogan

Former PA Senator and possible presidential contender Rick Santorum was questioned recently about his campaign slogan: “Fighting to Make America America Again.” Some say the […]

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Prom Gone Wrong

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the trashiest prom queen of them all? The cast of characters in the local comedy troupe the Dumpsta Players will […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, April 15 Mazzoni Center sponsors it Second Annual LGBT Health Student Symposium (9 a.m.-3 p.m.) where health professionals from around the country will discuss […]

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Matthew Morrison on Good Day

Matthew Morrison – better known as “Mr. Schu” on the Fox hit TV show Glee – talked to Mike Jerrick and Sheinelle Jones on “Good […]

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A Panic Over Penguins

Two penguins hatch and care for a baby in the Central Park Zoo. Sounds adorable, right? Not all parents think so. The fact that these […]

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A Spring Awakening

Two members of The Philadelphia Gay Men’s Chorus (PGMC) appeared on CBS3’s Talk Philly today to discuss the group’s spring concert (April 16, 2 and […]

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The Future of Gay Bookstores

Ed Hermance has been recommending books and greeting customers at Philly’s longtime gay bookstore Giovanni’s Room since 1973. But when A Different Light announced this week […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, April 8 Get a dose of culture at Locks Gallery during “Standing on the Edge: 20th Century Sculpture” (10 a.m.-6 p.m. through May 13) with […]

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What We Love: Kick in the Eye

The new exhibition at Vox Populi – “Kick in the Eye” (through May 1) – delivers a full and boundary-pushing spectrum of queer art. Curated […]

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Gaga Confronts Anti-Gay Protester

Lady Gaga decided to confront a fundamentalist Christian protester outside her recent concert in Anaheim, Calif. He gave her a “Get Out of Hell for […]