I thought it was a LGBTQ activist emergency. Really. Monday morning, my wife texted me repeatedly, telling me to call City Councilor Bruce Kraus’ office immediately. I was a little dumbfounded by the request. So I called, no answer. I called his cell phone (it is Pittsburgh, having his cell phone is not that unusual), […]
“To be properly recognized by the city is essentially a beautiful moment for me knowing that it’s a stepping stone for kids to not ever have to feel how I felt or how other kids around me kind of felt like growing up,” they said. “No one was teaching or sharing trans joy around me […]
My representative on the Allegheny County Council, Olivia Bennett, made my day when she took time during her holidays to arrange for a proclamation.
“Pittsburgh Celebrates 15 Successful Years of the LGBTQ Blog December Twenty-Ninth Two-Thousand & Twenty WHEREAS, Founded in 2005, the Pittsburgh Lesbian Correspondents blog is the longest running LGBTQ blog in Pennsylvania, shattering the average two-to-three year life span of most blogs; and, WHEREAS, After being started by local social worker and community organizer Sue […]