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LGBTQ&A: Chris Landtroop

Chris Landtroop is the owner of Queerality, a new LGBTQIA art/performance space in Center City. We chat with the entrepreneur on her love of the […]

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LGBTQ Event of the Week: Queerality Launch Party

This week’s LGBTQ event of the week is Queerality Launch Party. Come out to the grand opening of the new local queer art space in the […]

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LGBTQ Event of the Week: Philly Bi Visibility Rally

This week’s LGBTQ event of the week is the Philly Bi Visibility Rally. Enjoy an afternoon meant to honor bisexual individuals through a health fair, a bi […]

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Pa. Moves to Include LGBTQ Protections in Anti-Discrimination Laws

As it stands right now, Pennsylvania is the only state in the Northeast that doesn’t address LGBTQ people in its hate crime laws – meaning crimes committed […]

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Empire Star Jussie Smollett Says He’s Sexually Fluid

In a candid interview in the latest issue of Out magazine, Empire star Jussie Smollett discusses his activism and what it was like officially coming […]

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OPINION: Can Lady Gaga Make a Full Comeback?

I have always been a fan of Lady Gaga. Okay, not always – but I believe in her talent. In an era where pop stars […]

Expect crowded conditions on the Broad Street Line around this time every day during the convention. | Photo: Ben Schumin
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Court: SEPTA Can Discriminate Against You For Your Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

NBC 10 is reporting that a Pennsylvania appeals court has ruled that SEPTA isn’t subject to Philadelphia’s city ordinance which bans discrimination against sexual orientation and […]

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Einstein Healthcare Network Opening Gynecology Clinic for Lesbian and Bisexual Women and Transmen

Later this spring, Einstein Healthcare Network in Olney will open a gynecology clinic catering specifically to lesbian and bisexual women and transmen. The clinic is a […]

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Anna Aagenes Leaving Brian Sims’s Office to Work For You Can Play

After a little over two years as State Representative Brian Sims’s deputy chief of staff, Anna Aagenes is moving on to a new gig that […]

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Gay News Flash: America Gets Its First Openly LGBT Sitting Governor

Next Wednesday, February 18th, Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber will resign his seat amid allegations that, as AP puts it, “his fiancee used her relationship with […]

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I Slept With a “Straight” Man: Why TLC’s “My Husband’s Not Gay” Hits Too Close to Home

I’m sure you’ve seen numerous articles and clips from the upcoming TLC special My Husband’s Not Gay, which chronicles the lives of four men, three of whom […]

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Philadelphia Jacks: Like A Tupperware Party, But For Your Penis

The website for Philadelphia Jacks reads like something you’d find promoting a yoga studio or a Pampered Chef party: “All of our parties happen in […]

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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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The Problem With SlutWalk’s New Name

As a woman pushing 30, I’ve been called a slut more times than I care to think about. Most women have. Cruelly by partners. Casually […]

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SEXx Philly to Demystify The Stigma of Blowjobs, Hookup Culture, More

Did you know May is National Masturbation Month? Although you won’t find any cards at Hallmark to commemorate the holiday, you can celebrate in a […]