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The fact that people infected with HIV who are virally suppressed cannot sexually transmit the virus to others is now accepted in the HIV/AIDS community as a result of accumulating evidence since the … 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
Boasting new, on-site pharmacy services developed through their partnership with Coordinated Care Network, Alder Health Services hosted 60 guests at an open house  on Nov. 7. The new service … more
Having cycled through a full generation of performers (not to mention audience), how does the grandpa of festival culture compete in the Coachella-sized market it helped create? more
Are you optimisitc about the future? Pessimistic? Dare you have hope? Perhaps Kazuo Ishiguro can provide perspective. He won The Nobel Prize in Literature for 2017 because, as the Academy said … more
David S. Buckel died April 14, 2018 after setting himself on fire in a Brooklyn park, NYC police said. Jeffery C. Matsapril of The New york Times reported April 14 that David S. Buckel, 60, a … more
Several hundred people moved through York's Penn Park for the 5th Annual Equality Fest Sun., Aug. 5. 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
A federal judge just rebuked the Trump administration for saying that it would implement its transgender military ban, arguing that one of the injunctions against the ban in still in … more
There are few things more mentally stimulating or powerful than the interaction of words and images. But if a picture is worth a thousand words, then a political cartoon is worth its weight in … more
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