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Spark Therapeutics Head Says Life Sciences Has Come a Long Way on Diversity. But…

From the outside in, the life sciences industry appears to be a man’s world. At least, at the upper echelons of the industry, women are […]

Business

I Am Fed Up With All-Male Panels. Here’s How We Change Them.

“Himposium.” “Manel.” “Colloqui-him.” “Manference.” This cheeky terminology lampoons an all too common trend: man-led conversations at industry conferences and events. Conferences influence conversations about what’s […]

City Life

A Philly Theater Makes Breakthrough Pledge to Showcase Women Playwrights

On stage through April 14th at the Philadelphia Theatre Company is How to Catch Creation, a production written by Christina Anderson that follows the professional […]

Business

The 31 Best Companies for Women: Only One Philly-Based Firm Made the List

Companies are doing more to support women, but according to data from online career community Fairygodboss, some companies stand out for really driving gender equality […]

City Life

Report: Pa. Woman Legislators More Effective at Passing Laws

A new report claims that Pennsylvania’s woman legislators are more effective at passing laws. Researchers at the Pennsylvania Center for Women and Politics at Chatham University found […]

City Life

LGBTQ&A: Wit López

Wit López is a disabled, gender-nonconforming/non-binary transgender mixed-media creator, performer, and independent curator. We speak with the visual artist on using their aesthetics to challenge […]

City Life

LGBTQ&A: Heath Fogg Davis

Heath Fogg Davis is a transgender male activist who teaches at Temple University, serves on the Mayor’s Commission on LGBT Affairs, and is a member […]

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City Life

Pa. Moves to Include LGBTQ Protections in Anti-Discrimination Laws

As it stands right now, Pennsylvania is the only state in the Northeast that doesn’t address LGBTQ people in its hate crime laws – meaning crimes committed […]

City Life

Temple University Now Offers Gender-Inclusive Housing

Temple University is offering gender-inclusive housing to students looking to live on campus this fall. 

City Life

REVIEW: Mauckingbird Theatre’s The Pirates of Penzance Is a Queer Swashbuckler

It’s hard to produce an entertaining pirate play in 2016, and even more difficult to pull off a remake. But Mauckingbird Theatre Company’s latest production […]

City Life

Sorry, Donald Trump, But the “Woman Card” Doesn’t Exist

Almost immediately after all but securing the Republican nomination Tuesday night, Donald Trump attempted to explain Hillary Clinton’s impressive four-state win. “Frankly, if Hillary Clinton […]

City Life

Sheena Howard on Race, Gender, and the Intersections of Queerness

You’re no stranger to G Philly and examining social dynamics pertaining to race, queerness, and communication. What current projects are you doing to further this […]

City Life

REVIEW: Mauckingbird Theatre’s The Sisterhood Reimagines Gender Norms

Who could have ever thought a 17th-century French play could be so gay and gender-bending — and work so damn well as a result? Philly-based […]

Business

How Philly Can Be the Capital of Gender Equality in Tech

If you’ve been watching certain aspects of the news over the last 18 months that aren’t focused on the Pope coming to Philadelphia, the race […]

Business

Studies: Performance Reviews Are Biased Against Women

As December approaches, many companies will once again start the process of conducting annual performance reviews. Managers will tell employees what they did right and wrong throughout the year […]