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A reader asks: I stood someone up but apologized and now he won’t answer my texts. What’s the big deal? I called 24 hours later, and I had a good excuse?
The case began in July, 2018 when Graham purchased bus ads that read “Lancashire Festival of Hope with Franklin Graham: Time for Hope.” These advertisements were not religious or homophobic in nature, but the Blackpool Transport Services felt that they did not send a message of support and acceptance to the LGBTQ community and removed them.
Performers from ages 13-20 are putting their spin on Spring Theatres’ presentation of the former Broadway hit “Hairspray: The Musical” at the Hanesbrands Theatre in Winston-Salem. Without making any major changes to the script, the performance seeks to incorporate more Black, LGBTQ and other diverse cultures in to the cast
Isiah Brown, a 32-year-old gay Black man, was shot multiple times in front of his Virginia home following a call he placed to police for help on April 21.
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The positions of Triad Civic Engagement Coordinator, Communications Director and Western NC Civic Engagement Coordinator are open at Equality NC (ENC). Ranging from full-time to contract, these roles include overseeing community organizers, creating social media posts and monitoring LGBTQ-related legislation.
Charlotte Black Pride had celebrated with a week-long schedule of events earlier this month. Check out our recent video highlighting some of the festivities!
Last week and through the weekend, for reasons unknown, #homosexuality was a top trender on Twitter in the United States. Although this may seem like positive media attention on the surface, the use of the term “homosexuality” may be less than ideal for the LGBTQ community.
The European Union (EU) Commission has given both Poland and Hungary a deadline of two months to change their nations’ individual anti-LGBTQ laws and policies.
On this visit to St. Louis, I wanted to focus on Union Station, a magnificent property located in the heart of the city which features an aquarium, numerous dining options, a Ferris wheel and, of course, the Union Station Hotel.
While eviction cases have slowed dramatically, they’re about to pick up again, as courts begin scheduling cases that have been delayed during the pandemic. An estimated 250,000 North Carolinians are behind on their rent, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
Yes, circumstances can harden the human heart until a person becomes resentful and afraid. However, the same life circumstances can be embraced by a person to nurture a softening of the heart resulting in deeper self-awareness and broadened capacities
This Pride month, let’s use our voices and platforms to acknowledge the ways that these issues and attacks are interconnected.
Canadian-native Luke Prokop became the first openly gay National Hockey League (NHL) player after posting about his sexual orientation via Instagram on July 19. At only nineteen years old, Prokop was chosen by the Nashville Predators during the 2020 NHL Entry Draft.
Dissolved in 2013, Exodus International was responsible for the attempted conversion of an unknown number of gay and lesbian individuals to a life of purported heterosexual Evangelical Christianity.