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Nov. 12 a group of about 80 LGBTQ Central Americans arrived in Tijuana, the first members of a migrant caravan traveling through Mexico toward the U.S. border since October reports Maya … more
Chad Griffin, the influential gay rights activist who helped turn the Human Rights Campaign into a powerful political force, has announced he is stepping down as the organization’s president, … more
The typically solemn themes of World AIDS Day (Dec. 1) are turned on their heads in a new short film that boldly empowers living, breathing people living with HIV and illustrates the value of shared … more
A wide array of reports were voiced and plans for the upcoming year were announced at the inaugural meeting of the Pennsylvania Commission on LGBTQ Affairs. The meeting was held on Nov. 2 at … more
The 2018 midterm elections gave momentous victories to America’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community reports Dominique Mosbergen for The Huffington Post. A record … more
Malcolm Kenyatta was elected to the Pa House and is the first ever African-American gay man elected to the legislature and only the second Out person ever elected to the House. Kenyatta, a … more
Jackie Schulze, a founder and former president of PFLAG (Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) chapter has died. Known throughout the region and the state, Schultze was a stalwart … more
A mural on the capitol steps decries the detention of immigrant families. And one Republican leader called it “entirely inappropriate.” more
OutRight Action International recently launched its latest report, The Global State of LGBTI Organizing: The Right to Register. The report highlights a phenomenon in which governments are trying … more
Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk who made national headlines in 2015 when she was jailed after refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses, lost her bid for re-election to Democrat Elwood Caudill … more
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