Gay men and trauma
At Penn Medicine Princeton House Behavioral Health, gay men struggling with trauma and its effects have access to care that is inclusive and accepting of all patients.
Kimberly Cárdenas on intersectional politics in political science
Doctoral candidate Kimberly Cárdenas considers the growing numbers of LGBTQ+ Black and Latinx Americans—and how they participate in the political process.
The LGBT Center’s new Clothing Closet
A new partnership between Wellness at Penn and the LGBT Center offers a sustainable way for students, faculty, staff, and community members to recycle outfits and shop for new ones.
At Penn, the world’s first graduate queer art history fellowship
The McDonough Fellowships are supported by a 10-year, $3 million donation from Alphawood Foundation Chicago. They’re the first of their kind in higher education.
LGBT Center by the numbers
To celebrate the LGBT Center’s 40th anniversary year and in honor of National Coming Out Day, Penn Today takes a look at the numbers.
Udai Bhardwaj decriminalized homosexuality in India. Now, he’s coming to Wharton
Bhardwaj and his team of lawyers, all of whom identify as LGBTQIA+, argued successfully to decriminalize homosexuality in the Indian Supreme Court.
Who, What, Why: Tamia Harvey-Martin presents her film debut
Tamia Harvey-Martin premieres “A Foolproof Guide to Relationships,” a short film about asexuality, at the LGBT Center on June 28.
Pride Wellness Walk
Penn’s monthly Wellness Walk was Pride-themed in June, providing an opportunity for staff and faculty to cultivate community and health.
How Penn Family Medicine forms a foundation of LGBTQ+ primary care
The first primary care appointment for a patient who identify as LGBTQ is exactly like any appointment for any patient — clinicians are focused on treating them holistically and on listening to the concerns that brought them in for care.
Pandemic shifts: Oliver Kaplan on outing and education policy
The pandemic led Oliver Kaplan, a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences, to reconsider his academic path. He changed his major to philosophy and now hopes to shape educational policy for LGBTQ+ students.