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As part of Pride month and its Characters Unite campaign, USA Network will air 'Philadelphia.' The GLAAD Media Award-winning film will be introduced by President Bill Clinton.
The New York Times explores issues with which low-income LGBT senior citizens struggle, including affordable housing and finding accepting communities.
Every week, The GLAAD Wrap brings you LGBT-related entertainment news highlights, fresh stuff to watch out for, and fun diversions to help you kick off the weekend.
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An arrest has been in the case surrounding Diamond Williams, a transgender women in Philadelphia. Tonight a Speak Out and Vigil is being held in her honor.
This past weekend, GLAAD learned that local Philadelphia media sensationalized and inaccurately reported on the murder of a trans woman of color, using the wrong name and pronouns and including irrelevant information about her past.
Thanks to a three year long campaign by RAGE, SEPTA has removed gender stickers on all monthly transit passes, making the Philly transit system more inclusive for transgender, gender queer and gender non-conforming people.
Philadelphia lawmaker Brian Sims, the first openly gay candidate elected to the Pennsylvania legislature, was sworn into office on Tuesday.
Police are investigating the murder of Kyra Kruz, a 27-year-old transgender woman and advocate in Philadelphia.
This weekend catch the new documentary Legalize Gay; season finale of GCB; all new episodes of Game of Thrones, Nurse Jackie and Primetime: What Would You Do?; plus airings of Philadelphia, Under the Tuscan Sun and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.