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.
Ceremonial Swearing-In For Montgomery County LGBT JudgeA proud day for new Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Judge Daniel Clifford at his ceremonial swearing-in, where he celebrates being the first LGBT candidate outside of Philadelphia to win a county-wide election in Pennsylvania.
Local LGBT Community Builds Mountain Of Holiday Spirit For Needy FamiliesIt was the 9th annual toy event in Old City hosted by the Delaware Valley Legacy Fund.
Philly's Gay Community Celebrates OutFest, LGBT Champion HonoredSunday was the 25th OutFest in Center City, celebrating the city's gay community and honoring a gay rights champion.
Philly Campaign Raises Awareness Of LGBT Youth HomelessnessThe Valley Youth House on Samson Street is kicking off a campaign to raise funds.
Doritos Introduces ‘Doritos Rainbows’ To Celebrate LGBT CommunityDoritos announced the new product Thursday and consumers who donate $10 or more to the It Gets Better Project will be mailed a bag of Rainbow Doritos.
Federal Agency Rules LGBT Workplace Discrimination Is IllegalThe move, announced without fanfare this past week by the EEOC, is persuasive but not binding on federal courts.
Today Marks 50th Anniversary Of Nation's First Public Demonstration For LGBT Rights That Took Place In Philadelphia Today marks the 50th anniversary of the nation's first public demonstration for LGBT rights. It took place right outside of Independence Hall.
Pioneers Of The LGBT Rights Movement Reflect On Their HistorySeveral of the founders of the movement recounted its roots and history at a panel discussion, convened as part of the 50th anniversary of the quest for LGBT rights.