Are you surprised to learn that so few individuals have donated to local and regional LGBT organizations? Are you a regular donor to local groups?
Does an organization’s LGBT inclusion weigh into your holiday season charitable giving?
Which social justice issues — like poverty, homelessness, education or healthcare — do you believe Charlotte’s LGBT community should address?
Do you believe it is bigotry if a religious person thinks homosexuality is a sin?
Do you think NC Pride and other Pride festivals should operate as non-profit organizations or is it okay for them to be a private for-profit business?
What was your favorite part of Charlotte Pride this year?
Is the appointment of a second openly gay member on Charlotte City Council a sign of progress for the Queen City?
Are you a fan of “The Charlotte Way” and do you think it is useful? Or, do you think it is just another good ol’ boy system that
benefits and provides access for the privileged few over the many?
Do you plan on attending any Pride events this year?
QPoll: Do you think LGBT advocates and organizations are expending adequate attention and resources on the Employment Non-Discrimination Act?
Do you think LGBT advocates and organizations are expending adequate attention and resources on the Employment Non-Discrimination Act?
Do you agree that Charlotte lacks a strong spirit or history of direct action and grassroots activism that can support organizations similar to ACT UP?
With Republicans in control in Raleigh, Equality North Carolina is shifting its focus to more local policies and initiatives. Do you think this will be effective?
Do you think it is appropriate for elected leaders who have routinely wooed LGBT voters to remain silent or refuse to vote on important matters of LGBT equality?