Join us for the season finale of Our City, Your Orchestra! Yannick Nezet-Seguin and Orchestra members are joined by Yannick’s partner, Pierre Tourville, and Jennifer Higdon for a celebration of Pride Month at the William Way LGBT Community Center.
With a platform highlighting quality of life issues, infrastructure, healthcare, and economic recovery, Deja Alvarez is running to become the first openly trans Latina member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
The Series Finale. Featuring Christina Bianco, Taurean Everett, Lauren Renahan, David Ballard, Kenneth Nilson, Daniel Lynn Evans, and Louisa Bonn-Ringler.
A South Jersey valedictorian had his microphone cut out and his notes crumpled on stage by his principal during his high school graduation speech when he began to touch on his experience as a member of the LGBTQ community.
Abdul-Aliy Muhammad, founder of Black & Brown Workers Co-op, spoke today outside of City Hall in Philadelphia about the need for a new outlook on Philly Pride.
For too long, Black men have been made to feel less than if they show their femininity, but little does the world know, Black male feminine energy is the strongest force on the planet.
Roiled by community backlash, the organization behind Philadelphia’s largest annual LGBTQ Pride parade and festival for the last 28 years has abruptly dissolved and canceled its forthcoming Pride festivities, The Inquirer has learned. The organizers behind Philly Pride Presents did not respond to multiple phone calls, voice mails, emails, and Facebook messages — which were…
The energy was through the roof and it’s all because of y’all. Community is a gift, Black queer joy is a revolutionary act and we are so grateful for each and every one of you.
The ruling has broader implications for allowing taxpayer-funded groups, such as foster care and homeless services, to deny help based on “religious freedom.”
“This recognition from both the House and Senate means so much to the LGBTQ+ community.”