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While it is often said that all good things must come to an end, what is left out is that all great things must evolve. […]

The post End of an Era: G Philly Says Farewell appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

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Transgender and gender-nonconforming committee members involved in the planning of the annual Philadelphia Trans Wellness Conference (PTWC) are calling out Mazzoni Center for allowing cisgender […]

The post Trans Activists Criticize Mazzoni Over Diminished Role in Wellness Conference appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

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As candidates being to emerge for next spring’s Democratic primary for City Council, a familiar face is making a return. Social justice activist and political scion […]

The post Sherrie Cohen Announces New City Council Run, This Time With a “Movement” appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

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Just weeks after the resignations of Mazzoni Center CEO Lydia Gonzales Sciarrino and COO Ron Powers, Mazzoni board president Christopher Pope has announced his own […]

The post Mazzoni Center Board President Christopher Pope Resigns appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

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This is a developing story and may be updated at any time. After less than a year on the job, Mazzoni Center CEO Lydia Gonzales […]

The post Mazzoni Center CEO Lydia Gonzales Sciarrino Resigns Following Months of Backlash appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

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Kevin Glaccum is the producing artistic director of Azuka Theatre Company. We chat with the local out theater leader on his passion for the stage […]

The post LGBTQ&A: Kevin Glaccum appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

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For the first time in Pennsylvania political history, two openly gay candidates, Brian Sims and Malcolm Kenyatta, have won seats in the state House of […]

The post In Historic First, Two Openly Gay Legislators Are Elected to State House appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

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For the first time since moving to Philadelphia, Alex Deering isn’t working on a political campaign. While many of his former colleagues were hosting last-minute […]

The post What Happens When a Millennial Candidate Bucks Philly’s Democratic Machine? appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

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Vincent Scarfo is the inaugural coordinator for Community College of Philadelphia’s brand-new MarcDavid LGBTQ Center. We chat with the genderqueer mover and shaker on their […]

The post LGBTQ&A: Vincent Scarfo appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

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October has been a great month for queer events and spectaculars. There’s a something for everyone this weekend, from a charity casino event to a […]

The post LGBTQ Event of the Week: Philly AIDS March 2018 appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.

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