Voters to see LGBTQ Rights issues and other progressive issues as all connected. We need to move the state in a progressive direction for everyone’s advantage and improve life for everyone.
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We must stop viewing LGBTQ as if it is only some set of rights or issues, and start seeing gay, lesbian, bi, trans, and queer people as full participants in all aspects of the changes that are making Pennsylvania a leader once again.
Tomorrow, get out and vote! Support progressive candidates and help turn Pennsylvania around.
In other words, those who oppose same-sex marriage better try and trick marriage equality proponents into thinking this is a win/win and get what they can now, because later they will most likely get less.
As part of a larger effort to address the concerns of Pennsylvania women, state Reps. Erin Molchany, D-Allegheny, and Brian Sims, D-Phila., introduced a bill today that would clarify and update the legal standards for pay-equity lawsuits.
JARED SCHAAF TO BE FIRST NORTHWESTERN PENNSYLVANIAN TO LEAD A STATEWIDE LGBT ORGANIZATION STATE COLLEGE, Pa., – The Pennsylvania Student Equality Coalition (PSEC) Coordinating Committee has elected new leadership, appointed four board members, and formally announces the 2014 Youth Action Conference: Igniting a Pennsylvania Youth Movement for Trans* Justice and Freedom. At the PSEC Fall Convening held October 18-20, 2013 at Penn State – University Park, Jared Schaaf, Gannon University ‘15, of Erie, was elected[Read More…]
HARRISBURG, Sept. 30– State Reps. Steve McCarter, D-Montgomery/Philadelphia, and Brian Sims, D-Philadelphia, will hold a news conference 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 3 at Love Park, John F. Kennedy Plaza, 16th Street and JFK Boulevard, Philadelphia, to announce the introduction of H.B. 1686, the Pennsylvania Marriage Equality Act . State Rep. Steve McCarter D-Montgomery/Philadelphia www.pahouse.com/McCarter State Rep. Brian Sims D-Philadelphia www.pahouse.com/Sims
I received a blast email from Rep Evankovich about his upcoming public forum. Questions received from constituents will be addressed b y a panel of other elected officials from both sides of the aisle. This is a perfect opportunity to pose some questions about HB 300, the state-wide non-discrimination protections, as well as other issues of importance to Pennsylvania’s LGBTQ community. At the bottom is a link to his website where a form exists to[Read More…]
If we can get back to a simple majority ruling, we can actually see government begin to work again!