lgbtq

Health & Wellness

Ever Forward

The Johns Hopkins Hospital reaffirms its commitment to the transgender community.

News & Community

Faces of Pride

On the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, we celebrate our city’s LGBTQ community.

The Chatter

Gender-Neutral Bathroom Bill Unanimously Passes City Hearing

Supported by transgender activists and Mayor’s LGBTQ Commission, legislation could be signed during next month’s Pride Weekend.

On The Town

Baltimore Eagle Reopening on Easter Weekend

The Station North bar plans a “resurrection” to celebrate an even more inclusive, community feel.

Arts & Culture

Book Reviews: March 2019

Read a biography on Wallis Simpson and a novel about ’90s queer culture.

On The Town

Union Craft and DuClaw to Both Release LGBTQ-Inspired Beers

Divine IPA and Unicorn Farts sour ale will each debut in March.

News & Community

Rainbow Bright

The LGBTQ community blossoms across Baltimore.

Arts District

Why Now Is The Perfect Moment For Gaia's Divine Mural

Support is pouring in for the new work on East Preston Street celebrating the queer icon.

The Chatter

Local Pastor Starts LGBTQ-Focused Church in Lauraville

Rev. Emily Scott carves out a space for inclusive religious community.

Health & Wellness

Born This Way

Faced with discrimination and sometimes outright hostility, the Maryland transgender community perserveres, pioneering civil rights breakthroughs.

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