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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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Volunteer Here: MANNA

This is the first in a new series that goes behind the scenes at nonprofits throughout the region. While not all organizations are exclusively LGBT, […]

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HelpUsAdopt.org Faces Homophobia

                    HelpUsAdopt.org is an organization we’ve written about before on G Philly. Founded by Becky and […]

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New Gay-Friendly Shop Opens

South Philly gets a whole lot gayer when Equal, a new T-shirt and gift shop, opens its doors April 1 with a special reception (5-8 […]

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How Philly Moves

Photographer Jacques-Jean Tiziou photographs real Philadelphians for a new project that’s coming to the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts. From April 7-30, his images […]

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What Makes Victoria Jackson Homophobic?

Saturday Night Live alum Victoria Jackson has come out – as a total homophobe. On a blog recently she wrote about how the gay kiss […]

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Becoming Chaz

The world television premiere of Chaz Bono’s documentary “Becoming Chaz,” the story of the transformation from a woman to a man, launches the OWN Documentary […]

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Philly Man Featured in New Book

It’s been an Internet sensation since Dan Savage and Terry Miller first posted the premiere “It Gets Better” video online in response to the many […]

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AIDS Turns 30

This year marks the 30th anniversary of AIDS as we know it. “The View from Here” is a special year-long series by the San Francisco AIDS Foundation […]

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10 Minutes with Aiden James

Just meeting him, you’d probably never know he’s received rave reviews from music critics around the world (even Alan Cumming said he was “spot on” […]

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Philadelphia Welcomes its Newest Gay Nightclub

“Everything will be pleasing to the eye,” says Darryl DePiano, the owner of iCandy, Philly’s newest gay nightclub at 254 S. 12th St. Doors open […]

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Camp Tabu Welcomes Comedian Paul Case

            Camp Tabu welcomes New York-based gay comic Paul Case to Tabu Lounge & Sports Bar on Friday, March 11 […]

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Out + About With Brian Sanders

Brian Sanders sat down with Victor Fiorillo, the research and A&E editor for Philadelphia magazine, for the first issue of G Philly – now also […]

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The L Life

Erin McHugh wanted to explore what it means to be lesbian. In her new book The L Life: Extraordinary Lesbians Making a Difference (Abrams), the […]

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More It Gets Better Videos from Philly

The folks from Razorfish in both the Philly and New York offices created an “It Gets Better” video: And employees from the Free Library of […]