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Women’s Health is Under Fire

It may seem like the LGBT community has plenty on its proverbial plate already – everything from the fight for equal marriage rights to hate […]

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City Council: Yes to Partnership Rights

During a city council session last week, Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown introduced a resolution in support of House Bill 1828 in the Pennsylvania General Assembly, […]

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Watch Brad Pitt in Prop 8 Play

The last thing you may think you want to do is to sit in front of the computer on Saturday night, right? What would you […]

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Meet PA’s Three Out Candidates

For the first time in the state’s history, three out Democratic candidates are seeking seats this year. One faces another Democrat. And two face Republicans. […]

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Giuliani Criticizes Anti-Gay GOP

Rudy Giuliani sat down with CNN recently to talk about why he isn’t running for president and why the Republican party is failing moderates like […]

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Mazzoni to Honor Councilwoman

Mazzoni Center Legal Services is not only introducing its new legal director next month, but the group will also honor Philadelphia City Councilwoman At-Large Blondell […]

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NoH8 on the Hill

Representatives Dennis Kucinich, William Keating, Judy Chu, Earl Blumenauer, Niki Tsongas, Barbara Lee, Eleanor Holmes Norton, Lynn Woolsey, Jared Polis and Jackie Spear all posed […]

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Santorum: Obsessed with Gay People

Lately, our Facebook page has been blowing up with “Did you hear Rick Santorum said this?” comments. And for good reason. This month alone he […]

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HRC Head Now on Obama’s Team

One thing we knew: HRC has been looking for a new executive director. One thing we didn’t expect: President Obama asked the outgoing executive director […]

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Chris Christie Vetoes Gay Marriage

It was all too perfect. The same-sex marriage legislation passed with flying colors – until it landed on N.J. Governor Chris Christie’s desk late last […]

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Discussing LGBT Health

Yesterday’s LGBT Health Conference with the Mazzoni Center was a first for the White House. The big talk? Healthcare issues facing the LGBT community around […]

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No Discrimination in Cheltenham

In a vote of 6-1, the Board of Commissioners in Cheltenham approved an important anti-discrimination bill last night. The “Cheltenham Township Human Relations Ordinance,” as […]

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Clay Aiken is Outraged

Clay Aiken grew up in North Carolina. Remember him? The singer, who’s now a gay parent, is speaking out against Amendment One, a law that […]

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Apologies Over Year of Bible

We were pretty heated about the “Year of the Bible” legislation that passed in Pennsylvania recently, so much so that we challenged it in a […]

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N.J. Voters Favor Gay Marriage

A new poll says that more than half of voters in New Jersey (54 percent) now favor same-sex marriage. The poll, conducted by Rutgers-Eagleton, comes […]