PrideFest Kicks Off Weekend With Vendors, ConcertPittsburgh PrideFest kicked off Saturday with a street fair and an evening concert.
Gay Couple Suing Vistaprint After Receiving ‘Hateful’ Satan Pamphlets Instead Of Wedding ProgramsA gay couple is suing printing company Vistaprint after allegedly opening their wedding programs only to find hate-filled pamphlets instead.
Police Chief, FOP Head Clash Over Pride Stickers On Patrol CarsThe Pittsburgh Police Chief and head of the Fraternal Order of Police are clashing over LGBT Pride Month stickers on police patrol cars.
Report: LGBT Students Still Face Discrimination At SchoolA report from an international human rights organization concludes many public schools are still hostile environments for Pennsylvania LGBT students.
Local Jewish Community Organizes Event Honoring Orlando VictimsPeople across the country continue to come to grips with what happened at Pulse nightclub in Orlando.
Local Group Working To Bring Awareness To Homeless LGBT Youth IssueThere is a national effort to address teen homelessness among the LGBT population. One organization in Pittsburgh is doing its part.
Target Says Transgender Customers Can Use Bathroom That Matches Their Gender IdentityTarget said Tuesday that transgender customers at its stores are welcome to use the bathroom that matches their gender identity, the latest corporate reaction to a wave of legislation seen by critics as anti-LGBT.
Wolf Signs LGBT Anti-Discrimination Executive OrderPennsylvania's governor on Thursday barred state contractors and grant recipients from discriminating based on sexual orientation or gender identity as he awaits action on stalled legislation that would ban such bias in employment, housing and public services.
Boxer Manny Pacquiao Apologizes For Saying Gays 'Worse than Animals'Boxing star and Philippine Senate candidate Manny Pacquiao apologized for denouncing people in gay relationships as "worse than animals."
Defaced LGBT Sign Prompts Rally For Acceptance The Allegheny Unitarian Universalist Church is taking a stand against hate, while calling for diversity and acceptance.
Thousands Show Up For Pittsburgh Pride ParadeThousands showed their pride for the LGBT community in Pittsburgh Sunday during the annual “Pride in the Streets” parade.
Busy Weekend Features Plenty To Do In The CityIt’s a busy weekend in the city.