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Philadelphia was where I came out of the closet. Heading back home was a different story.
Philly FIGHT Board Members, Staff Protest at PCHR Office
A group affiliated with the HIV/AIDS nonprofit called on the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations to take down its Gayborhood racism report.
LGBTQ Event of the Week
Our pick: Ballroom History Week.
ICE Criticized for Arresting Married Gay Man During Green Card Interview in Philly
Social justice organizations are calling on immigration officials to release Jose "Ivan" Nuñez.
Our pick: Glamsino Royale.
Departing Employee Accused Philly FIGHT of “Pervasive Racism” in Staff-Wide Email
Elisabeth Long had spent three years at the nonprofit.
The 12th Street Gym Officially Closes Tonight
The landmark Gayborhood gym is shutting down abruptly amid new building ownership and legal woes.
Our pick: Her Philly Moves’ FADE.
GALAEI’s Trans Equity Project Receives $25,000 Grant
The funding will support the 15-year-old program’s ongoing HIV/AIDS prevention work and transgender advocacy efforts.
LGBTQ&A: Chris Landtroop
We chat with the queer entrepreneur on art, Queerality, and overcoming obstacles for women in business.
Our pick: Queerality Launch Party.
Our pick: The Philly Pops Presents Rufus Wainwright.
Local Singer Known for Gospel Says “It’s Time” to Come Out as Bisexual
Formerly known as Aaron Thomas, the popular recording artist now goes by Terrence Stone and has adopted an R&B sound.
G Philly’s Top 10 Stories of 2017
From a new pride flag to some controversial resignations, we rank the biggest LGBTQ stories of the year.
LGBTQ&A: Matt Beierschmitt
We chat with the popular local DJ on community, activism, and calling out discrimination in the Gayborhood.
Our pick: Martha Graham Cracker at L’Etage.