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When Jackie Swain’s infant daughter, Emersyn, was diagnosed with a rare heart disease in 2018, the Montgomery County resident took a sobering look at the options before her.  Swain … more
Lawmakers, leaders from the faith and business communities, LGBTQ Pennsylvanians, and allies spoke Feb. 3 at a press conference at the state Capitol to call for LGBTQ nondiscrimination protections in … more
The Bucks County-based Rainbow Room, which offers free events and educational programs for LGBTQ youth, will host its annual prom for queer teenagers on Feb. 15 this year, one day after Valentines … more
As a montage of scenes across those states plays,  Buttigieg, speaks in voice-over: "Something is stirring in America right now. You can feel it. In the bluest counties and the reddest. … more
Edinburgh Castle joined military landmarks around the country as they were lit up to mark 20 years since the ban on gay troops serving in the armed forces was lifted. Until Jan. 12, 2000, lesbian, … more
Grindr is sharing detailed personal data with thousands of advertising partners, allowing them to receive information about users’ location, age, gender and sexual orientation, a Norwegian … more
The president of the Golden State Warriors has wed his longtime partner reports Maia Davis for NBC Out News. Rick Welts and Todd Gage were married recently by San Francisco Mayor London … more
A growing committee of Michigan citizens submitted petition language today to the Board of State Canvassers seeking to initiate legislation amending the state’s current civil rights law — … more
Mr. Trump enjoyed enough support in key swing states to bring about an electoral college victory, he unsurprisingly failed to win over the LGBT community more
Jan. 13 - the final day to file bills for the 2020 legislative session in Florida, anti-LGBTQ lawmakers filed draconian legislation that would imprison doctors providing medical care to transgender … more
The executive director of Garden State Equality lauded New Jersey Govenor Phil Murphy on the state's efforts to address LGBTQ issues. Christian Fuscarino, Executive Director for Garden State … more
House Democrats signaled on Jan. 14 that they will move to force action in the PA House on critical legislation to protect access to health care for Pennsylvanians in the face of efforts by President … more
On the same day the U.S. Senate started only the third impeachment trial in the nation’s history, majority Democrats on the other side of Capitol Hill delivered another rebuke to President … more
Keystone Business Alliance (KBA) has announced the winners of its second annual Business Excellence Awards. The honors will be presented at KBA's annual awards dinner and gala on January 24 at the … more
Movement, planned, engaged in and promoted a total of three armed conflicts of political violence against the United States Government in three states outside the state of Washington over a … more
Obesity continues to be a serious health problem in the U.S., contributing to heart disease, diabetes, joint disorders and even certain types of cancer. And according to the latest … more
As Iowa and New Hampshire primaries draw near and South Bend’s boy wonder, Pete Buttigieg, seems buoyant in the all-important early-state polls, “Mayor Pete” has been perpetually … more
If there is one word that Bill Krenz wants to encourage and model for others, it’s respect. “Penn State Health is a solid force here in central Pennsylvania for inclusion and … more
It’s estimated that 4.1% of Pennsylvania residents … more
The LGBT History Project, housed at Dickinson College’s Archives & Special Collections, has been awarded a $10,000 Historical & Archival Records Care Grant from the Pennsylvania … more
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