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The other night I attended the Rainbow Room’s vigil for Nex Benedict at Salem Church of Christ in Doylestown, where I serve as pastor. Nex, a 16-year-old non-binary sophomore from Oklahoma, died …

They came to share their grief, their fear and their outrage. Last month’s death of an Oklahoma non-binary teen a day after a fight in their school has drawn international attention and renewed …

The community is invited to join the youth of the Rainbow Room, Youth4Unity and the local PFLAG chapter for “Protect Trans Kids in Schools,” from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, at the Rainbow Room in Doylestown.

A group of about 50 formed a circle Wednesday night on the grounds of the former Bucks County Courthouse to honor and remember those who lost their lives as a result of being transgender.

Referencing the article by Freda Savana concerning the Rainbow Room (Hundreds support Planned Parenthood’s Rainbow Room, July 20), I believe there should be no bias against the transgender …

Proponents call it “gender-affirming care.” Critics call it “child abuse.” Either way, “Billboard Chris” opposes it and, when word spread that he was bringing his message to Doylestown July 12, supporters of LGBTQ+ youth quickly rallied in a show of solidarity and support.

More than 100 people gathered on the lawn of the Bucks County Administration Building in Doylestown Thursday to mark the beginning of Pride Month.

We, the Bucks County members of the Human Rights Campaign’s (HRC) Greater Philadelphia steering committee, are alarmed by a growing wave of anti-LGBTQIA+ rhetoric and discrimination in our …

The community is invited to join the Rainbow Room in Doylestown for a special youth-led, conversation with Peter Staley on his memoir, “Never Silent: ACT UP and My Life in Activism,” from 6 to …

On March 4, Rainbow Room and its founder and director, Marlene Pray, received the Human Rights Campaign Greater Philadelphia’s Community Leadership Award to honor Rainbow Room’s 20 years of support to the LGBTQ+ community.

Classifying drag performances as adult-oriented business

Editor’s Note: This is the full text of the memorandum that Sen. Doug Mastriano posted on Tuesday for all members of the Pennsylvania Senate.

After receiving the gentleman from Franklin County’s memo late yesterday regarding “drag events,” I felt compelled to respond. While I disagree with the gentleman’s proposal as a matter of policy, I take particular exception to his distorted characterization of the Rainbow Room’s Queer Prom, a dance specifically arranged for LGBTQ+ youth in Bucks County.

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