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Malcolm Kenyatta Makes History With State House Primary Victory

This election night, LGBTQ community leader and former Democratic National Convention delegate Malcolm Kenyatta made history as the first openly gay candidate of color to […]

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Mimi Imfurst Admits to Initiating Unwelcome Online Sexual Chats With Two Drag Wars Contestants

After being contacted by Philadelphia magazine as part of an investigation into claims by two Drag Wars contestants that he had sexually harassed them online, […]

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R. Eric Thomas Returns to Philly to Debut “Mrs. Harrison”

R. Eric Thomas is an award-winning writer whose work has been featured in Elle, the New York Times, Philadelphia Inquirer and many other publications. We […]

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Day of Silence: What It Means for These Philly-Area Students

The Day of Silence, which takes place on either the third or fourth Friday of April, is a national event in which students take a […]

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Sally Kohn Is in Philly Monday to Promote Her Controversial New Book

CNN political commentator and writer Sally Kohn will touch down in Philly on Monday night to promote her new book, The Opposite of Hate: A […]

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Kimmel Center to Host City’s First-Ever “LGBTQ State of the Union”

The Office of LGBT Affairs and Mayor’s Commission on LGBT Affairs are bringing back their “Community Conversations” initiative in an epic way through a partnership […]

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LGBTQ&A: Mikhel Harrison

Mikhel Harrison is a political consultant for Organizing for America. We chat with the queer activist on his early beginnings, dealing with the mayhem that […]

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LGBTQ Event of the Week: “I’m From Driftwood” 5th Annual Spring Brunch Fundraiser

This week’s LGBTQ event of the week is “I’m From Driftwood” 5th Annual Spring Brunch Fundraiser. Come celebrate the incredible video storytelling series “I’m From Driftwood” […]

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LGBTQ Event of the Week: Commonspace Live’s “Looking Class”

This week’s LGBTQ event of the week is Commonspace Live’s “Looking Class”. Commonspace podcast director Gabriela Sanchez wants you to “step into our looking class” as […]

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Mazzoni Center Faces Backlash Over New CEO Hire

The Gayborhood nonprofit Mazzoni Center is facing renewed criticism by community members, staffers, and activists as new CEO/executive director Lydia Gonzales Sciarrino met frontline staff […]

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They Met on Tumblr, Went on a First Date in Canada, Then Had Their Wedding at North Bowl

Why don’t more Philly weddings include fun activities like bowling and pool? After seeing Tiana Schrump and Lynne Jackson’s adorable North Bowl wedding, we’re even […]

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Councilman Derek Green Holds Hearing on Diversity at Philly Nonprofits

After successfully passing an anti-discrimination bill that could challenge a business’s ability to retain its commercial activity license if it doesn’t comply with the city’s Fair […]

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LGBTQ Event of the Week: Sweet Liberation Bake Sale

This week’s LGBTQ event of the week is Sweet Liberation Bake Sale. Come out and support the work of the Black and Brown Workers Cooperative as […]

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Mazzoni Center Announces Lydia Gonzalez Sciarrino as New Executive Director

Nearly a year after the resignations of CEO/executive director Nurit Shein and board president Dr. Jimmy Ruiz, the board of the Mazzoni Center announced on […]

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LGBTQ&A: Antoine Miller

Antoine Miller is a proud Philly native and co-host of the “For Colored Boyz” podcast. We chat with the social media personality about being an outspoken Black […]