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University of Delaware to Offer All-Gender Housing Option

The University of Delaware (UD) is kicking off a pretty cool new policy starting in the fall semester of 2015: all-gender housing. The plan, according to […]

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Petition Calls for Cancellation of TLC’s My Husband’s Not Gay

Several weeks ago, I wrote about why I thought TLC’s upcoming show My Husband’s Not Gay is problematic on a variety of levels. It seems like I’m […]

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WATCH: New Tylenol Ad Features Two-Mom Family

Tylenol has released a series of videos in its “For What Matters Most” campaign. The three videos are inspired by Norman Rockwell’s classic Thanksgiving painting, Freedom […]

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El Malito Takes On Homophobes and Racists In “The Pissed Off Angry Voice of Losers”

South Philly hip-hop outfit El Malito is taking on homophobes and racists and anyone else who just flat out sucks in their latest anthem, “The Pissed […]

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FDA Endorses Lifetime Gay Blood Ban

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA)’s Blood Products Advisory Panel met last week to discuss lifting the government’s 31-year-old ban on blood donations from men who […]

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Gloria Casarez to Be Honored at the Lift Every Voice Awards and Black Tie Gala

Tonight, the I Am Human Campaign is hosting its first-ever Lift Every Voice Awards and Black Tie Gala, an event done in collaboration with Bebashi‘s LGBT-focused SOULS […]

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Weekend Roundup: Night of 1000 Fire Crotches, the Jingle Belles, TOY and Other Gay Holiday To-Dos

FRIDAY: a nod to gingers and Dolly Parton Philadelphia Gay Men’s Chorus‘s “Down Home Holiday” is filled with fiddlers, line dancers, classic holiday tunes and Dolly […]

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Philanthropy Friday: The Attic Youth Center

Every Friday we spotlight a local LGBT nonprofit in Philadelphia. This week, The Attic Youth Center, an organization that works to create opportunities for and promote the […]

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Philly Woman and Openly Gay Athlete Rob Kearney Competing in Rare Strongman Duos Competition This Weekend

By day University of the Arts grad Maya Camille Winters is a college art professor at West Chester University. But when she’s not guiding students […]

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How to Go Local and Gay, Gay, Gay on #GivingTuesday

Today is #GivingTuesday, and it’s such a breath of fresh air after the insanity that is Black Friday and Cyber Monday. If you haven’t done […]

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How to Find a Transgender Day of Remembrance Vigil Near You

Today is the last day of Transgender Awareness Week. Beginning on November 12th, the occasion was established to celebrate our transgender community, take action to improve the lives of […]

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Breaking Down the Rainbow Flag: How Well Does it Truly Represent the LGBT Community

Ah, to be a member of the gay community, a community as diverse as every color on its famous rainbow flag. How about that flag, […]

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Wawa, Rite Aid Among Lowest-Scoring PA Companies On HRC Corporate Equality Index (UPDATED)

The Human Rights Campaign just released results from its annual Corporate Equality Index, which assesses LGBT inclusion in major U.S. corporations based on five categories: […]

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Here’s the Deal: People Can Label Themselves However They Want

Last week, The Huffington Post published a commentary by a 19-year-old female, Brie, titled “I’m Demisexual: Here’s What That Means.” In it, the writer describes demisexuality: “I […]

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DO THIS: Camp Out at Thomas Paine Plaza For LGBT Homeless Youth

Change Philly Today is partnering with LGBT groups from Temple University and Community College of Philadelphia to shine an LGBT spotlight on National Hunger and Homelessness […]