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Will LGBT Service Members Finally Be Accepted?

OutServe, an association of actively-serving LGBT military members, released the results of its latest survey just in time for the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” repeal […]

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DADT Documentary Debuts Tomorrow

As the country celebrates the official repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” tomorrow, Sept. 20 (there are several events we told you about in Philadelphia) HBO […]

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A Marine’s Own Story

In many ways, her story begins in the military recruiting office and ends with a made-for-TV movie. Well, not “ends” exactly, but begins again as […]

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Being Gay in the Military

As if we didn’t already know it, a new report from the Palm Center at the Williams Institute at the University of California in Los […]

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Official Ruling on DADT

It’s been a long time coming, but this week the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” can no longer […]

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Gay Stays in Deportation Cases

Earlier this year we told you about the story of Anton Tunumihardja, a Philly resident who faced deportation to his native Indonesia after his application […]

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U.S. Army on DADT

It’s taken 18 years to reverse “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” since it was first put into play by the Clinton Administration in 1993, but after […]

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OUT in America

Tales of the City author Armistead Maupin, country star Chely Wright and humorist Kate Clinton are all featured in a new special to be broadcast […]

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Obama on Gay Pride

As Philly and other cities around the country get ready to celebrate Gay Pride this month, President Obama issued a statement proclaiming that June is […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, May 20 The Attic Youth Center votes on Mr. and Miss Attic during a special pageant at the William Way (5-8 p.m.). Contestants will […]

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Hump Day Headlines

No openly gay City Council members for Philly – yet: Sherrie Cohen and Malcolm Lazin lose primary. America may get its first openly gay senator. […]

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Hump Day Headlines

A new law proposed in Uganda could mean the death penalty for LGBT people. Former President Bill Clinton and his daughter Chelsea push for marriage […]

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Equality Forum Weekend

Three day’s worth of events celebrate Equality Forum starting today with “Unsettled: Photography and Politics in Contemporary Art” (5 p.m.), a discussion about controversy in […]

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Is Marriage a Privilege?

Former Pennsylvania Senator and possible presidential contender Rick Santorum appeared on Fox News recently and discussed LGBT issues, saying that rights such as marriage and […]

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A Tribute to a Gay Soldier

Cpl. Andrew Wilfahrt was killed while on active duty in Afghanistan. He was 31 years old and gay. But when Wilfahrt joined the U.S. Army, […]