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Hundreds Pack the House for Hearing on Racism in the Gayborhood

Photo courtesy Elicia Gonzales Nearly 400 people filled a meeting room in the Chinatown section of the city – and then two overflow rooms – for a hearing hosted by The Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations (PCHR) to address issues of racial discrimination […]

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Queer Guide to Philadelphia Film Festival 2016

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Philadelphia Film Festival, an annual tradition that brings together the best of Sundance, Berlin, Toronto, and Cannes to Philly for

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SisterSpace Weekend Offers Safe Space, Music, & Activities for Women

Don’t pack away the swimsuit or camping gear just yet because SisterSpace Weekend 2016 is coming up on September 9-11 in Darlington, Md. The three-day women’s festival is brought to

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Climbing Group Provides Community for All

With Sport Climbing added to the roster for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, it might be time that you begin your journey to becoming a hopeful Olympian (or

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Giveaway: Tickets to Tea at Four

Tea at Four is an intense drama of two women and their lives together from 1939 to 1961. The play finds its inspiration in the educational endeavors of

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Gayborhood to come together for victims of Orlando in unprecedented way

More than 12 bars in the gayborhood [and beyond] have decided to join forces for one night on Thursday, July 21, to raise money for the victims and

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Philly Pride 2016 Weekend Round-Up

The 27th Annual Philly Gay Pride Parade & Festival is Sunday, June 12, and like we do each year, we’ve rounded up all the hottest events and parties for the

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3rd Annual Sex Positivity Conference Returns to Philly

A team of sex­-positive community leaders are excited to host SEXx 3.0 on Wednesday, May 11. The event—entirely devoted to promoting healthy discussions of sexuality—was founded in 2014

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Local artist focuses on LGBTQ heroes and martyrs in new exhibition

Philadelphia artist Carolyn Cohen, known for her textiles and paintings focusing on the brutalization of women, children, and LGBTQ individuals throughout the world, is preparing to debut new

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HRC Celebrates 20th Annual Philadelphia Gala

On February 27, HRC will celebrate their 20th annual Philadelphia Gala at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown. This year's gala features a special guest keynote speaker - Katherine Moennig, best known

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