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There’s a Huge Our Night Out at the National Constitution Center Tonight

Everyone’s favorite LGBTQ professional social networking event, Our Night Out, is throwing a pretty large shindig this evening (June 30) at the National Constitution Center […]

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First-Ever Philly Youth Pride Coming in July

Philly Pride isn’t quite over yet: A brand new celebration, Philly Youth Pride, will be rolling into town on July 5th, and it’s a whole […]

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PHOTOS: Philadelphia Alternative Prom 2015

This past Friday, GALAEI held it’s 20th annual Alternative Prom, which they claim is the longest consecutive running event of its kind in the country. […]

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Mural Arts Teams Up With LGBTQ Organizations to Present “Showing Face”

Next Wednesday, June 24th, Philadelphia’s Mural Arts Program will dedicate a project a year in the making called Showing Face at the John C. Anderson Apartments. However, […]

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PHOTOS: William Way Community Center’s Homecoming 2015

William Way’s Homecoming is one of those events smack in the middle of Philadelphia Pride that you simply cannot miss. It is extremely inclusive and feels […]

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PHOTOS: Community Leaders Remember AIDS Victims at Ceremony in LOVE Park

G Philly and I were honored to be included in an event hosted by ActionAIDS yesterday, where community leaders gathered to read aloud 5,000 names […]

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Top Resources for Transgender People in Philadelphia

Attic Youth Center 255 South 16th Street 215-545-4331, atticyouthcenter.org The Attic creates opportunities for LGBTQ youth to develop into healthy, independent, civic-minded adults within a […]

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William Way to Host Exhibit at National Constitution Center

The National Constitution Center (NCC) rolled out the rainbow carpet this morning to announce a new exhibit in partnership with William Way Community Center that will […]

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DO THIS: Wing Bowl for Drag Queens to Kick Off Pride Weekend in Philly

This year’s Wing Bowl seemed to stir up a particularly hefty amount of criticism, mostly concerning its objectification of women. This didn’t escape Alexander Kacala, […]

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Friends Select School Revs Up LGBT Outreach With Martha Graham Cracker, Brian Sims and a Queer Art Exhibit

Philly Quaker day school Friends Select School (FSS) is gearing up for a season of programming to build community among its LGBT youth and students of LGBT-headed […]

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Your Big Gay Guide to Thanksgiving Week in Philly

If you’re a vegetarian, like me, you don’t really look forward to the centerpiece on the big ole’ Turkey Day meal (but, I’d be willing […]

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Throwback Thursday: Chris Bartlett Remembers Philly In the Heat of 1990s AIDS Protests

From time to time William Way Executive Director Chris Bartlett and I meet for a rummage through the John J. Wilcox Jr. Archives, a veritable treasure trove of relics […]

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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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Throwback Thursday: William Way’s Fantastic Collection of Gay Pulp Fiction Novels

Every week William Way Executive Director Chris Bartlett and I meet for a rummage through the LGBT community center’s John J. Wilcox Jr. Archives, a veritable treasure […]

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PHOTOS: Indigo Ball 2014

On Saturday night, the William Way Community Center hosted its annual, oh-so-stylish fundraiser Indigo Ball at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (PAFA). As always, […]