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Wednesday: The Watermelon Woman

Released in 1996, Cheryl Dunye’s The Watermelon Woman — which screens at Lightbox Film Center on Wednesday — was a milestone of independent filmmaking: It […]

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Local Queer Scholar Releases Book Aimed at Preserving Black Comic Culture

This Tuesday, local queer scholar Dr. Sheena Howard is set to release her long-awaited book chronicling the history of black comic culture. The Encyclopedia of […]

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Here’s Your Get Better Playlist

Once again, Get Better Records — the local queer-forward music label — has put together an impressive set of shows to raise money for some good […]

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LGBTQ&A: Raquel Evita Saraswati

Raquel Evita Saraswati is a Muslim queer activist who has worked in various interfaith communities and serves as an appointee to the Mayor’s Commission on […]

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Poet Gabriel Ojeda-Sague Combats Racism in New Book

This March, Latino queer poet Gabriel Ojeda-Sague is releasing a book that tackles racism in contemporary poetry. Oil and Candle, a book of four poems, […]

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New Leather Club Starting in Philadelphia

Always been sort of tempted by the leather community, but felt too intimidated to reach out? There’s a new leather club starting in Philadelphia that […]

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Do It: Whipped Gets Sex Positive

As GALAEI and Freedom G Photography get ready for a, well, spanking new event called Whipped (Nov. 8th) at the William Way, we talked to […]

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Phreak ‘N Queer Kicks Off

Phreak ‘N Queer kicks off today with five days of LGBT-friendly events in Philadelphia, including an art show, sock hop, Gay Old Opry, Homo Rama, Family Day and much more.

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Phreak ‘N Queer Kicks Off

Phreak ‘N Queer kicks off today with five days of LGBT-friendly events in Philadelphia, including an art show, sock hop, Gay Old Opry, Homo Rama, Family Day and much more.

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, May 4 Equality Forum continues today with the National Legal Panel (4 p.m.) and National Politics Panel (5:30 p.m.) at the National Constitution Center. […]

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Queer History on the Move

The Pop-Up Museum of Queer History is coming to Philadelphia. Starting April 21, the museum will spend one month at the William Way LGBT Community […]