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Parents Guide to Cyberbullying

Standard bullying has now gone online, and it is easier for bullies to carry out their operations. What is especially worrying is that the child will often have no refuge at home or anywhere else. If he or she is carrying a device, there may be no escape. What was once a playground phenomenon can now take place anywhere, anytime, thanks to technology.


The Pennsylvania Equality Project conducts surveys that run for approximately two months per survey. We consider topics such as where discrimination occurs in PA, coming out, and other LGBTQ+ issues.

Business Listings

If you own and operate a business that supports the LGBTQ+ community, we offer free listings. If you are looking for an LGBTQ+ friendly business in PA, these listings are for you too.

Ban Conversion Therapy

Pennsylvania still allows medical and mental health professionals to practice a form of “therapy” to help people change their sexual orientation or gender identity. This so-called therapy has been shown to cause more harm than good, and endangers its victims. We call on the General Assembly to ban conversion therapy.

How can you help?

Regional or Local Leader

We are looking for leaders across Pennsylvania to join our team. Together we can bring about change locally all across PA. We will provide training for those interested in running local and regional events.

Hold Virtual Gatherings

Go online via Skype or Zoom to discuss ways you can improve life for the LGBTQ+ community in your area. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, PA Equality Project will not sponsor or host in person meetings at this time.

Sign Petitions

Whether we are supporting the PA Fairness Act, a ban on conversion therapy, comprehensive hate crimes legislation, or other legal matters of consequence to the LGBTQ+ community, please sign and share our petitions.

Write or Email State Officials

Whether it is the PA Fairness Act, ending bullying in schools, or conversion therapy, you can write letters, call, or email your state representatives and senators about issues pertinent to the LGBTQ+ community.