We just acquired the domain pghgay.com thanks to a friend who wanted to see the domain support information and advocacy in the LGBT community. Don't click – you'll just end up right back here. 🙂 Hurrah!
Be sure to add this to your holiday to-do list. It features our favorite comedian/actor, Gab Bonesso.
Kudos to Dick Marshall of Crafton for penning a letter to the PG on the topic of gay civil rights. Hearing so many voices from the pulpits in this country condemning relationships like mine while not so subtly telling us whom to vote for is both hurtful and incongruent with the hope that many of […]
UPDATE: Here's the link to give to CHS programs. http://www.chscorp.org/Holidays.htm I'm obviously biased, but I'm hoping the Burghosphere will take a moment to consider those in need during the holidays and take advantage of this opportunity to help a neighbor. Sue Dear Friends: I am writing to you with a simple […]
I got a tip that the police are on high alert for Tuesday's funeral mass for Catherine Baker Knoll, the recently departed Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania. Why? Because Fred Phelps and his homo-hating minions are bound for Pittsburgh to protest her funeral. From their site (to which I will not link): St. Paul Cathedral – […]
h/t SteelCityDyke for the link to the original letter By now, you've read about the letter on 365gay.com from Cinemark executive and openly gay man, Bob Shimmin. In the letter, Shimmin states that the company has an LGBT Liaison. So … where is this person? During my job interviews, I discovered that Cinemark has […]
Here's a good example of the challenge the gay community faces in the struggle for our full civil rights: Democracy spoke This letter is in regard to the photo of the Proposition 8 protest in the Region section of last Sunday's paper. While I understand the disappointment felt by those who support homosexual/lesbian marriage, I […]
Just received a call to action from the Steel-City Stonewall Democrats. As you may recall, legislation has been introduced on the county level which would expand civil protections with regard to housing, employment and public accomodations to include the classes of sexual orientation and gender identity. This is an important step for our region toward […]
This week's City Paper has some good stuff … First up, the cover story on a gender discrimination suit that could have a tremendous impact on women in the workplace. Was Brian Prowel the victim of sexism or homophobia? We've covered this before. Now we wait for the court decision. Marty Levine talks with activists […]