PhillyGayCalendar’s Dan Mangini interviews trans advocate Kat Delancey about her past work, her future, and her exciting PTM Advocacy Award.
Playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney explores themes of race, sexuality, and Yoruba mythology in the area premiere of his new play.
Arizona is every bit as scenic, interesting and individually/culturally unique as any part of the planet you can think of: hot, dry, clean, with clear skies and a blazing sun much of the year.
The Healthy Development Lab is seeking women in relationships with other women to participate in an online study to aid in understanding female health and sexuality.
PhillyGayCalendar celebrates the coming out stories of Philadelphia-area LGBTQ citizens leading up to the city’s OutFest celebration in October. Bryan Buttler is PhillyGayCalendar’s editor. An educator and writer, Bryan lives in Center City Philadelphia.
Our newest edition of SPOONING features a quintessential fall favorite with a cool twist: an easy apple pear crisp!
If you’re going through a little QFest withdrawal, these three sexy films will be a perfect addition to your DVD collection.
PhillyGayCalendar celebrates the coming-out stories of Philadelphia-area LGBTQ citizens leading up to the city’s OutFest celebration in October. Pete Haas is a Philadelphia area native having lived in Delaware County for most of his life. Highlights of said life include a ten year stint in the Boston area, fifteen years in a veal pen…uh, software company cubicle, plans to finally move into the city, and lots and lots of singing and theater.
This Sunday will be a very Gay drunken affair as over 10 thousand (mostly) men in red gingham shirts and tight lederhosen will pour into an enormous tent in glorious Munich to dance the night away to the sound of brass bands and all kinds of great music!
PhillyGayCalendar celebrates the coming-out stories of Philadelphia-area LGBTQ citizens leading up to the city’s OutFest celebration in October. Tina, AKA Timmy Tenderloin, is the winner of Mr. Drag King Philadelphia 2013.