Two of the largest festival are going on at the same time to make the end of summer more fun! And as always, PhillyGayCalendar has all the tea!
PRESS RELEASE from qflixphilly.com It is with a great sense of duty, respect, and pride that qFLIX Philadelphia: The LGBTQ+ Film Festival announces the presentation of the 2021 Marsha P. Johnson Image Award to Dr. Rachel L. Levine, Assistant Secretary of Health for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Dr. Levine has been selected as the…
That’s right! Registration is opened for Bowling, Billiards, Yoga, and Stonewall In Motion (formerly Stonewall Running Group). For registration details, dates, and locations, read on below! Registration questions? Contact Sports Operations Director Mike Morris at email@example.com. Can’t wait to see you all soon! Director Mike Morris This fall, they will be launching Stonewall In Motion (formerly known as Stonewall Running Group).…
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With qFLIX Philadelphia 2021, just weeks away on Sept. 26 – Oct. 3, at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre & Virtual, it is time we all turn our attention to this all-important community festival that has grown to be the largest LGBTA+ arts and cultural festival between NYC and Miami.
Coed Team playing in Casa Soccer League. You can join this Fall while we are trying to put 3 Falcons teams together.
The Marsha P. Johnson Institue’s COVID-19 Recovery Fund provides one-time direct relief in the amount of $500 to BLACK transgender or non-binary identified people. As our commitment is to always center the needs of those most beyond the margins, priority has been given to BLACK trans women and those who have experience as sex workers,…
The team from BOS Philly produced another amazing party, this time by the pool. Check out the photos from Night Swim.
The tobacco industry has a long history of targeting Black and LGBTQ+ communities with advertising initiatives like Project SCUM, specifically promoting menthol cigarettes within these communities, giving financial contributions to Black groups and political leaders, and sponsoring LGBTQ+ events like Pride celebrations throughout the country.
Check out the photos from Level Up’s Pajama Party!