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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 […]

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21 New Gay Movies On Netflix Instant Streaming: November 2014

Netflix’s LGBT instant streaming queue continues to grow, with this list of 21 new queer-centric flicks to hit the streaming service over the past couple […]

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Philadelphia Earns Another Perfect Score On the HRC’s 2014 Municipal Equality Index

The Human Rights Campaign just released its third annual Municipal Equality Index, and for the second year in a row Philadelphia earned a perfect score […]

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In the Wings: A Conversation with The Matter of Frank Schaefer Star Paul Kuhn

My name is … Paul Kuhn. The “u” in Kuhn is supposed to have an umlaut over it, but I think that is way too […]

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96-Year-Old Pastor Has Credentials Revoked After Officiating Gay Son’s Wedding

An all-too-familiar, all-too-unfortunate story: Chester Wenger has dedicated 65 years of his life to the Mennonite Church USA, serving as a pastor, missionary, and church leader […]

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PHILANTHROPY FRIDAY: Reggie Shuford With ACLU of Pennsylvania

Every Friday Delaware Valley Legacy Fund (DVLF) Executive Director Samantha Giusti introduces you to a local LGBT non-profit in Philadelphia. This week, the ACLU of Pennsylvania, an […]

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GAY NEWS FLASH: Court Upholds Same-Sex Marriage Bans in Four States

A federal appeals court in Cincinnati voted to uphold Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee’s right to ban gay marriage. The New York Times has more: By […]

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Two Women Beat By a Mob of Teenagers in Northeast Philadelphia for Walking Arm-In-Arm

It’s been nearly two months since the much-talked-about gay-bashing that took place in Center City on September 11th. The  assailants were arrested, now awaiting trial and […]

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Pro-Gay Candidate Tom Wolf Wins Pennsylvania Governor’s Race

Multiple news sources are reporting that Tom Wolf has defeated Tom Corbett in the Pennsylvania governor’s race, which means that we will have a pro-LGBT […]

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10 Gay Things to Do in Philly This Week: Christopher Rice at Giovanni’s Room, Bearonce, an American Psycho Dance Party and More

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Tom Wolf Will Use Tax Dollars to Pay for “Gender Experimentation,” Warns ACTION of PA

You’ve just got to laugh at some of the ridiculous—and really quite offensive—election propaganda that’s floating around out there right now. Check out this doozy […]

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PHILANTHROPY FRIDAY: GALAEI

Every Friday Delaware Valley Legacy Fund (DVLF) Executive Director Samantha Giusti introduces you to a local LGBT non-profit in Philadelphia. This week, the Gay and Lesbian Latino […]

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New Gay Bar Boxers Opening Today in the Gayborhood

The day has finally come, Boxers, the New York gay bar franchise with locations in Chelsea and Hell’s Kitchen, will open its doors this afternoon […]