Transgender adolescents, brother and sister, seek their true selves Ten-year-old Nyr Medina-Castrejon admired herself in the mirror as she twirled around the bedroom in a pretty purple dress.
Phantazia Washington, from The Attic Youth Center, spoke about how her experience with homelessness led her to the realize that family rejection is at the root of "greater forms of institutional oppression" for LGBT youth.
Gender is the complex interrelationship between an individual’s sex (gender biology), one’s internal sense of self as male, female, both or neither (gender identity) as well as one’s outward presentations and behaviors (gender expression) related to...
Speak Easy is examining priorities among LGBT communities in the Philadelphia region that persist beyond the issue of same-sex marriage. Seeking diverse perspectives on these issues, NewsWorks is hosting a public forum, "LGBT Priorities Beyond...
The Attic's Coordinator of HIV Prevention Programming and Case Management, Ingrid Abrams, is featured on the cover of One Step Away, Philadelphia's newspaper produced and written by those without homes. Congrats to Ingrid, one of this year's Steppy...
The Attic Youth Center Celebrates 20 Years with a Fundraiser Gala that is UNIQUE in More Ways than One
Philadelphia, PA - The Attic Youth Center shared the details of the organization's upcoming
The Attic Youth Center is gearing up to celebrate two decades of outreach and advocacy for LGBT youth in November.
Sixtysomethings Jewel Haines and Kay Brown had never been to a gay pride parade, but on Sunday, the friends from Philadelphia sat in folding chairs beneath a tree
The Attic Youth Center gleefully announced the headliner this week for its 20th anniversary gala.
The Attic Youth Center had a day out at the theater last week, and was given a behind-the-scenes chance to interact with the stars of visiting Broadway musical, “Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.”