LGBT Democrats across the state are jumping on board with the formation of county chapters. This initiative is being spearheaded by LGBT Democrats of North Carolina, President Ryan Butler shared.
Nearly 200 or more community members in Charlotte attended a vigil tonight to mark the beginning of this week’s historic U.S. Supreme Court cases challenging anti-gay marriage laws.
Fourteen vigils were planned across North Carolina and South Carolina over the weekend and through this evening, including events in Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Columbia, Charleston and elsewhere.
In addition to several other bills on fracking and workers comp, the North Carolina Senate passed a funeral protest on Wednesday. Gov. Pat McCrory has said he supports the measure, made in response to funeral protests by groups like Westboro Baptist Church.
Activists and organizers with a variety of local and regional organizations will stage a Valentine’s Day demonstration today for queer and immigrant rights.
The recent push for a change in anti-gay membership policies within the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is being prompted primarily by worries over “looming legal challenges” amid pressure from both inside and outside of of the Scouting program, according to details related in a memo from Boy Scouts of America leaders at a local Scout council in North Carolina.
A hat-tip to The Charlotte Observer‘s religion reporter, Tim Funk, who brings us this tid-bit of news: The American Bible Society has released a ranking of the most “Bible-minded cities” in [...]
Out at the Movies will screen the classic comedy, “The Adventures of Pricilla, Queen of the Desert,” on Feb. 23, 6 p.m., at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts’ Ace Theatre Complex, 1533 South Main St.
Controversy has erupted on the campus of the all-female Salem College following an email from an upset alumnae who says a male transgender student attending school wants to remain there to complete his studies after undergoing gender reassignment surgery next month.
Several same-sex couples are expected to attempt to apply for marriage licenses today in two separate activist campaign events in Wilson, N.C., and Winston-Salem, N.C.
Two Charlotte natives are on a quest to record history and explore how last year’s anti-LGBT state constitutional campaign affected the lives of North Carolinians.
North Carolina’s new General Assembly convened for their new session on Wednesday, bringing with them an historic dominance of Republican control not seen in the state since 1870.
The Advocate released their 2013 “Gayest Cities in America” today. The annual listing has plenty of fans and its fair share of critics, especially considering the publications sometimes humorous and self-admittedly “totally subjective and constantly changing” criteria.
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