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My name is Raida, which means I love to divide and conquer my surroundings. Even though I am an active explorer wherever I am, I can still be a reserved, cuddly companion for your home. After … more
In honor of Transgender Day of Visibility, the LGBT Center of Centeral PA is hosting a "transcending visibility" Sat., Mar. 30, from 6 to 9 p.m. The event will be held at the center, 1306 N … more
I "mustache" you a question... GOT MILK? Whether yes or no, meet Milk Money, a dapper tuxedo clad cat with a milk mustache! Check out my snazzy bow tie! My milk mustache is a tuxedo cat genetic … more
House and Senate Democrats took a stand against hate and bigotry in light of the Trump administration's preparation to implement the transgender military ban. Lucas Acosta, spokesperson for the … more
Dr. Jeannine Ruhsam, well known throughout the region, recently died unexpectedly. For more than a decade, Ruhsam was an advocate in Central Pennsylvania’s transgender community. With the … more
The LGBT Center of Central PA will be one of the collaborative partners for The Long Road to LGBTQ+ Equality in Pennsylvania, a traveling history exhibit that chronicles the efforts that … more
One of the great imponderables of the current political scene is how conservative white evangelicals have become so beholden to a thrice-married, casino-owning, scandal-ridden serial philanderer asks … more
March 11, 2019 marks the 32nd anniversary of the unofficial founding of ACT UP, one of the most important queer advocacy groups in history. Without it, the worst days of the HIV epidemic … more
 The 2018 elections are now complete.   Nine percent of Americans still do not have health insurance and 30% more are under-insured, meaning that they cannot afford the health care … more
Pope Francis has vowed the Catholic church will “never again” cover up clerical sexual abuse and demanded that priests who raped and abused children turn themselves in, according to The … more
Are you into the coffee shop scene? If so, you may have heard of Bubble Tea. Yes, there really is such a drink! It is sweet, smooth, and very popular... like me! I'm a cupful of love who gives lots … more
In a wave of progressive activism taking place during the Trump era, Tuesdays with Toomey has been one local group achieving consistent visibility. Fighting for LGBT issues is among their … more
Are you successful? You might ask, “At what?” We can feel accomplished or successful in one area of life, but not others. Some people seem to have relationships down pat but struggle with … more
Every year around now, I have written to tell you about the forthcoming Keystone Conference, and this year is no exception because it is an important event for the Susquehanna Valley … more
From social outlets and support groups to a new resource center and campaigns for local queer representatives, there are a variety of services available to help queer individuals and allies flourish … more
The new online application system for the Special Pharmaceutical Benefits Program (SPBP), called MRx Enroll, went live Feb. 12. This new tool helps simplify the enrollment process for clients that … more
Due to weather, the much-anticipated Feb. 20 opening of The Long Road to LGBTQ+ Equality in Pennsylvania at the State Capitol will be rescheduled for a date in mid-March. Click here to to see … more
UPMC Pinnacle presented more than 120 pieces of protective equipment, including vests, steel plates and helmets, to the Harrisburg Police Department in the Martin Luther King City Government … more
Cory Messinger was honored for his service to the Keystone Business Alliance at the organization’s Jan. 25 annual dinner.   Messinger served on the Alliance’s board of … more
Several hundred people moved through York's Penn Park for the 5th Annual Equality Fest Sun., Aug. 5. more
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