Sofitel Philadelphia at Rittenhouse Square, part of AccorHotels, presents a month-long celebration for June as Philadelphia Gay Pride Month. The Sofitel Philadelphia will raise a giant Philadelphia-version of the Gay Pride Flag to hang proudly outside the hotel on 17th Street. Inside, neighbors, guests and visitors are invited to visit the Hall of LGBTQ Flags…
Join the community in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first PHL Pride
Aldo Lamberti and family are proud to introduce and unveil the new Positano Coast in Old City, Philadelphia – known for sponsoring the LGBT Film Festival qFlix. The award-winning Italian and seafood restaurant, bar, lounge, event space and outdoor dining destination has been renovated inside from top to bottom, in a story that is an…
Trans Day of Visibility: A Film By Daisy James and William Way LGBT Community Center, 2022
The gang from Out Night Out held their monthly fundraiser at the new W Hotel. They raised $1,075 for DVLF. Photos by Mikey Rios.
As is tradition, the team from BOS Philly has put together a Pride weekend full of the hottest parties around. Being known for such parties as Primal, GoldLust, and Erotica, BOS Philly is infamous for bringing in world renowned DJ’s and incredible production value! This year is no different. They will start the weekend off…
Philly favorite Gunnar Montana got together with Photographer Joe McFetridge for another sexy photoshoot sporting some Nasty Pig underwear.. This time with a little water. Plus a behind-the-scenes video to see how it was all done. We’re all a little nasty underneath it all!
Darius McLean, the Director of WWCC’s Arcila-Adams Trans Resource Center, and filmmaker Daisy James invite you to a special virtual screening on March 31 (Trans Day of Visibility) at 6 PM of their film celebrating trans-identified folks in the Philadelphia area.
The infamous drag entertainer, Brittany Lynn, turned 50, and she brought all her friends to celebrate. She was also presented with a citation from the Mayor delivered by Rob Nonemacker for her community work.
Theatre Philadelphia announces the return of Philly Theatre Week featuring hundreds of theatrical performances across the region between April 1-10, 2022.