If you had not heard of Steav Bates-Congdon prior to January, you surely have at least seen his name in the past month. Bates-Congdon has received a lot of attention in the news, both local and national, for being fired from his job.
The word “modern” is a little tricky. One could mean something that is new and cutting edge, or perhaps something that is indicative of a time.
Zuni Johnson and Jason McCraw are the longtime couple behind Just Twirl, a popular party promotion and events company that stages several major soirées in and around Charlotte each year.
In February both JC Penney and Macy’s came under fire from the organization One Million Moms, a project of the American Family Association, (judging from their Facebook profile they appear to more accurately be 10,000 maniacs) for their public support of the LGBT community.
The LGBT news in my part of the world has been good lately. Stunningly good. The governor of Washington mastered her qualms, the legislature mustered the votes and soon misters will be marrying misters in the Pacific Northwest.
How would you respond to an acquaintance on Facebook who posts in support of anti-equality initiatives such as Amendment One?
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With the passing of Valentine’s Day, I have been thinking about the relationship between love and desire. When does desire become love? Can you have love without desire?
Mirroring a landmark Maryland House of Delegates vote from the previous week, on Feb. 23 the state Senate approved a same-sex marriage equality bill introduced by Gov. Martin O’Malley.
On Feb. 18, the First Presbyterian Church, 305 East Main St., took pioneering steps by green lighting the ordination of Katie Ricks, the first open lesbian to receive such approval in the U.S.