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Should the GOP Reconsider Gay Marriage?

Jan van Lohuizen is well respected within the Republican party as a top pollster. He’s worked for many GOP candidates over the years – including […]

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PA Leaders on Gay Marriage

The reaction to President Obama’s statement about his support of same-sex marriage this week has inspired a range of sentiment, with Democrats praising him and […]

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It’s About Time, Mr. President

My first reaction to President Obama saying he now supports gay marriage was: Whew, finally. He’s the first U.S. president to take that stand. It’s […]

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Anderson Cooper Talks Gay Marriage

Anderson Cooper, host of AC360° on CNN, used Vice President Joe Biden’s remarks recently to take President Obama to task over his administration’s stance on […]

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Marriage Discussion Heats Up

It’s been an interesting week for same-sex marriage. On Sunday, Vice President Joe Biden told NBC’s David Gregory, “I am absolutely comfortable with the fact […]

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Faith Groups to Obama

On the heels of advocacy by LGBT groups around the country asking President Obama to sign an executive order that would bar discrimination by federal […]

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Josephs Concedes to Sims

Today, State Rep. Babette Josephs conceded Tuesday’s Democratic primary to her opponent Brian Sims, a 33-year-old attorney and LGBT rights advocate. Since he faces no […]

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Brian Sims Claims Victory

The crowd swelled last night at Woody’s where Brian Sims celebrated his victory in the primary for the State House in the 182nd district – […]

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Obama Touts Safe Schools Act

Bully – the film that goes behind the scenes of a disturbing epidemic in our nation’s schools – was screened at the White House last […]

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So Much for Marriage Equality

While many LGBT voters will head to the polls to vote their conscience this year, supporting candidates who advocate for marriage equality, a new poll […]

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Watch: 12-Year-Old Supports Moms

Twelve-year-old Isak Atkins-Pearcy is just a kid. He likes to be silly, play outside with his dog Bingo, eat donuts, read and spend time with […]

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WATCH: Transgender in America

MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry tackled transgender life in a special segment of her eponymous show this past weekend with guests including Mara Keisling of the National Center for […]

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LGBT Housing To Break Ground

It’s been a long time coming, but this week it was finally announced that a new LGBT housing project for seniors will break ground in […]

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The Impact of Voter IDs

This November, nine states – including Pennsylvania – will be faced with what really happens when voter IDs are required at the polls. And for […]

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SEPTA Says Goodbye to Transpass IDs

After a lengthy grassroots campaign by Riders Against Gender Exclusion (RAGE), SEPTA said yesterday that it would remove gender stickers from all monthly transit passes […]