Jerry Zeft was so excited to move into his new apartment that he slept on an air mattress for nearly a week while he waited for his bed and other belongings to catch up with him. No matter that he's 70 years old.
A judge last week refused to lower the bail for a former Voyeur staffer accused of attacking a gay man last month.
City attorneys last week filed a lengthy brief denying any wrongdoing in the case of Bobbie E. Burnett, a transgender city employee who alleges pervasive workplace bias.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Gay marriage advocates plan to visit Philadelphia's City Hall on Tuesday to seek marriage licenses or have their out-of-state marriages recognized.
PHILADELPHIA — A Philadelphia judge declared a mistrial Wednesday after jurors deadlocked in the case of a Roman Catholic priest accused of sexually assaulting an altar boy.
There are no new leads in three recent incidents involving firearms in the Gayborhood.
For the first time ever, the Board of Governors of the Philadelphia Bar Association this week voted to endorse marriage equality — and called on the state to take action on pending legislation to grant same-sex couples equal marriage rights in Pennsylvania.
Rainbow confetti flew through the air Monday morning, marking the official opening of the John C. Anderson Apartments, an LGBT-friendly senior-living facility and the nation’s largest publicly funded LGBT building project.
City prison commissioner Louis R. Giorla says the department’s new transgender policy may not be perfect, but it’s a work in progress and he’s fully committed to the humane treatment of transgender inmates.
Philadelphia sports-radio personality Mike Missanelli was suspended this week after he wrote a series of homophobic emails to a listener.
Bobbie E. Burnett, a transgender library assistant who’s suing the city for workplace bias, wants the opportunity to seek punitive damages.
A man who contends he was the target of antigay police brutality several years ago recently rejected the city’s $2,000 settlement officer.
Philadelphia police are asking the public’s help in finding a man they identified who allegedly raped, beat and robbed a Canadian tourist he met on popular gar dating app Grindr, Wednesday. CSN Philly reports.