South Carolinians United for Justice & Equality is putting on “Trans and Queer Field Day” as an homage to the LGBTQ community and in protest to the legislation that is targeting them. This day-long event will be held May 16 at 11:30 a.m. in Columbia, S.C.
Ryan Gandee is a seasoned wedding photographer, hopes to cater to the LGBTQ community, and is especially supportive of same-sex couples who may have experienced trouble finding supportive staff to provide photographic services for their weddings.
The Asheville Drag Brunch crew heads back into action for a new, now in-person, season of performances June 12 at noon. This show will be donating its proceeds to BeLoved Asheville, an organization that is working to help those who have fallen on hard times during COVID-19.
What is a hate group? For the most part, the question answers itself. However, they do come in all different shapes and sizes, with a variety of flavors, philosophies, theories and fairytales. To determine specifically how a person ends up in a far fringe hate group would require far more space than what we have […]
But why is hatred so unhealthy? Beyond the psychological and sociological fallout, hatred makes us physically sick
LGBTQ-friendly resources from academics to lawyers to nightclubs.
The Raleigh State Capitol building is one of the best examples of Greek Style Revival architecture in the United States. Around the turn of the 20th century Durham was a nationally known hub of successful Black entrepreneurs. Downtown Chapel Hill becomes a bustling hub of nightlife on the weekends. COVID-19 Pandemic numbers are down substantially […]
A rainbow spectrum of birds and floral patterns cover the wall, each steeped with symbolism of hope, love, joy and strength to name a few. It is bookmarked by portraits of Leo Street and Ken Isaac, two young people from TOY’s programs who participated in the workshops.
April 15, 2020 was the last day that Stephanie Mayorga and her fiancée, Paige Escalera, were seen alive. The couple was classified as “missing persons” for 19 days after their fatal car accident. Over a year after this tragedy, the Wilmington Police Department (WPD) is still being scrutinized for its massive delay in finding the women’s bodies.
Named for the sun and needing to be in constant motion, Surya Swilley paces between the living room and kitchen of her North Philadelphia studio apartment. With the exception of an occasional passing bus, no sounds can be heard.