Today Celena Morrison, Executive Director at the Office of LGBT Affairs, City of Philadelphia shares her coming out story:

I was 12 years old when I came out to my Mother. I had what I believed was, a really serious crush on this boy in class and I decided that I was going to tell my mother so she wouldn't be shocked when Arthur became my boyfriend. I showed signs of determination, early.

So early one afternoon I called my mother into my bedroom and asked her to sit down. I said to her "I know that I am a girl" she then hugged me and said "Don

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The first in our Pride Stories, Larry Benjamin tell us when he first knew when he was gay. You can read his full story on his blog right here: Read more...

Mazzoni Center’s Board of Directors announced today a transition plan for interim and permanent leadership for the organization. The plan focuses on ensuring continued fiscal and operational stability in the near term, while Read more...

C.C. Téllez has a passion for running.  She only got started a few years ago, but it’s clear from the way she talks about the sport, and from the time and energy she puts into it, just how much it means to her.  
 
Like a lot of runners, Téllez is also passionate about sharing the sport with others – which is how Lez Run Running Club came about.
 
The club was founded in November 2013, “by lesbian runners for lesbian runners Read more...