An occasional series where we pose some questions to local LGBTQ folks (and Allies) to learn more about their personal experiences with LGBTQ culture. Click here for a complete list of all LGBTQ&A profiles. Cassee is another person I met online – through the Facebook group for the Gay & Lesbian Community Center where we both volunteer.
Rev. Janet McCune Edwards, PhD invites you to join her in a prayer vigil next week. Upon the Supreme Court Decision on Marriage (or Not) Interfaith Prayer Vigil Wednesday, June 26, 2013 7 pm Sixth Presbyterian Church 1688 Murray Ave. in Squirrel Hill Unless an exception is made, the Supreme Court of the United States
An occasional series where we pose some questions to local LGBTQ folks (and Allies) to learn more about their personal experiences with LGBTQ culture. Click here for a complete list of all LGBTQ&A profiles. Stephen Glassman is a true pioneer in Pennsylvania LGBTQ history. His appointment to the PA Human Relations Commission and subsequent appointment as Chairman was
When Ariella Furman relocated to Pittsburgh two years ago, she heard one thing and observed another. People she met complained that there isn’t enough LGBTQ things to do in Pittsburgh. After some research, Ariella figured out the real problem – there isn’t enough information about the LGBTQ things to do in Pittsburgh. Her initial response
So perhaps you’ve noticed that we’ve recently added some advertising on our blog? Let me backup into blogger mentality. Two buzzwords in our community are “corporatization” and “sustainable model.” Coporatization is the (necessary) evil of patronage, sponsorships and so forth. There used to be a time when the ads in the pride guide were all
We were on 5th Avenue at 11 AM to line up for the Pride Awareness March and hung in until the very end of the day, trekking our way back to our car after 6. The march was terrific – we ended up at the bend where 5th turns into Liberty and so we had