Equality Forum Kicks Off To Coincide With DNCThe nation's oldest LGBT civil rights summit begins a series of events Monday.
PA Senate Committee Advances LGBT Anti-Discrimination BillA bill that would provide protection to members of the LGBT community in housing and employment cleared a Senate committee.
Pa. Lt. Governor Turns Capitol Lights To Rainbow After Orlando ShootingIn the wake of the fatal mass shooting at an LGBT nightclub in Orlando, Florida over the weekend, Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor Mike Stack has ordered the lights on the state Capitol building to glow in rainbow colors.
Orlando Shooting: Gay Men Outraged Over Continued Ban On Blood DonationThe ban has caused outrage among some in the gay community.
Milestone For Local Organization's Offbeat Way Of Battling AIDSGayBINGO! celebrated 20 years Saturday night at the Gershman Y in Center City.
Flag Raising Symbolizes Philly’s Commitment To InclusivenessA ceremony was held to mark the raising of a pink, blue, and white flag.
Senator Casey Supports ‘Sweeping’ LGBT ProtectionsPennsylvania's Bob Casey is among more than 40 Senate Democrats supporting the 'Equality Act'
Zeoli Show Log 05.13.16Rich discussed the Obama administration's directive regarding transgender bathrooms and Hillary Clinton's disapproval of the second amendment. He also discussed security lines at airports, the struggle for free speech at a local brewery and the latest controversies surrounding Bill Clinton. Rich played the 'Who Said It Game' at 5:35pm.
Alabama City: Use Bathrooms Matching Biological Sex Or Face 6 Months In JailTransgender people in Oxford, Alabama, could now face six months in jail for using restrooms labeled for the gender with which they identify.
Governor Tom Wolf Stands Up For Equality"This is exactly what governors need to do really throughout our nation."
Governor Wolf To Sign LGBT Executive OrdersPennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has scheduled a ceremony Thursday to sign LGBT anti-discrimination executive orders.
Philadelphia Celebrates International Transgender Day Of VisibilityNearly two dozens Trans men, women, and allies, including city officials, police representatives, and others gathered in Norris Square Park Thursday. They held signs and stood proudly, declaring their sexual identity.