Executive Director of PhillyGayCalendar
Philadelphia man was sentenced to 25 to 50 years in state prison for the 2019 killing of Michelle “Tameka” Washington, a transgender woman who family and friends said was a passionate advocate for the LGBTQ+ community.
Raising the Steaks!! Hope you’re hungry! #PhillyCheesesteak #RepYourCity
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Eighteen years ago, after receiving a courtesy ride from a Philadelphia police officer, Nizah Morris, a Black trans woman, was found hit over the head. She died shortly after. After years of asking for police transparency and answers, Nizah’s murder is still unsolved.
Concourse Dance Bar (1635 Market Street) welcomes a brand new monthly variety show that is set to dazzle starting Wednesday, July 28th. Philadelphia Drag Queen Maria TopCatt will host the brand-new TopCatt Cabaret, a star-studded adults-only show with a rotating cast of top drag and burlesque performers. Each month guests can anticipate a new, exciting…
They’re excited to be phasing a reopening from now until September when they will return to their full-time pre- pandemic hours.
On July 28, Mural Arts Philadelphia and Morris Home are hosting a free public paint day and celebration. Members of the public are invited to help paint panels of two future murals in a paint-by-number style.
The first time I had seen anything close to a Wet T-Shirt contest was on a late night Girls Gone Wild commercial.
Black and queer owned ‘LesbiVeggies’ café to serve healthy eating with side of inclusivity
Most people know The Please Touch Museum is a special place. A place a child can learn, grow and discover new possibilities, but for Ian Morrison, it’s a safe space to be himself.
Jaffe St. Queer Productions is absolutely thrilled to be teaming up with The Penn Museum for our next big project!