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The Supreme Court on May 27 left in place a lower court ruling made a year ago in favor of Boyertown School district’s policy allowing transgender students to use bathrooms and locker rooms … more
With the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising, this year’s Pride celebrations are being ramped up. In New York City, the influx of tourists for WorldPride 2019, hosted by Heritage … more
I have often heard folks say, “I’m not religious, I’m spiritual.” My response has been and still is “Why aren’t you religious?” I know that one thing that … more
The Christian right-wing has been losing their minds over Pete Buttigieg’s political rise onto the national stage. Since announcing his candidacy barely a week ago, anti-gay … more
More than 250 people gathered in March at New York’s UN Church Center to urge its Secretary-General to revoke the Non-member State Permanent Observer Status of the Holy See, administrative arm … more
Shake up your reading list with some recent and not-so-recent publications. From poetry to biography, from fiction to non-fiction, these titles are sure to captivate. Remember, the Dauphin County … more
Beacon Clinic for Health and Hope celebrates its 4th anniversary this year. The organization’s mission “is to inspire hope, health and well-being by providing high quality, culturally … more
Whether you have been with this arc from issue #1, or just jumped into the chaos due to the appearances of two fan-favorite characters, Wild Storm #20 will excite you with its fast-paced and action-packed story! more
A remarkable pair of documentaries will premiere at Midtown Cinema on May 13 as part of the Edward S. Finkelstein Harrisburg Jewish Film Festival. Family in Transition and On My Way Out: the … more
Hurriedly prepping for a Hong Kong AmfAR benefit and Art Basel Hong Kong, Christopher Makos tells Central Voice why he and his collaborative partner Paul Solberg chose Milford, PA for a … more
As always, change is nonstop. The region witnessed three significant events as they affect the transgender community. Longtime advocate and former TransCentralPA president Jeanine … more
Would you consider yourself a joyful person? Even if you do describe yourself as upbeat, do you desire more joy in your life? If so – and I’m going out on a limb here to assume you do … more
Debate surrounded the March Central York School District Board Meeting regarding the inclusion of the term “gender identity” into the school district’s anti-discrimination … more
At its recent meeting the the Pennsylvania Commission on LGBTQ Affairs came up with four major initiatives. During its February meeting in Washington, PA, the commission … more
Dr. Rachel Levine, Secretary of Health for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and professor of pediatrics and psychiatry at the Penn State College of Medicine, and noted LGBTQ advocate will receive an … more
Well-known trans advocate Joanne Carroll, most recently president of TransCentralPA, has formed her own social justice nonprofit organization. In a news release submitted to The Central … more
Is your life out of balance between what you give and what you receive? You know the old saying, “It’s better to give than it is to receive.” But the … more
We're a dynamic duo, ready to capture your affections and win your heart! We arrived here as kittens last June, so we're almost one year old. We live in the catominium by the front desk, and when … more
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