Saturday night before last, around 2 a.m., as I was falling asleep in my bed and Betty was falling asleep in hers, she let out a sudden yelp. It was different from any sound I had heard her make before. I called out to her, but she didn’t respond. I looked at her and she wasn’t moving.
In showing support for the LGBTQ community, Burger King hopes to knock their fast food competitor Chik-Fil-A down a few pegs.
With information on nutrition, exercise, mental health and social gatherings, the Taking Pride in Healthy Living virtual event will take place on June 17 at 6 p.m. Geared towards LGBTQ elders, but open to all members of the LGBTQ community and allies, this seminar will feature several nutrition specialists, health experts and fitness instructors.
With President Joe Biden and Gov. Roy Cooper declaring June as national and state recognized Pride month here in North Carolina and of large in the United States, we’re continuing to showcase significant figures in LGBTQ history that have left behind a mark or made a significant contribution to our culture
When speaking at the North Carolina Republican Party State Convention June 3, Trump re-stated his usual fantastical viewpoints.
The nuances of being lesbian gay, bisexual, transgender or any other LGBTQ identity differ from high school student to high school student. The one constant is that sex education is not geared towards any of these individuals.
Hulu released their Pride Month lineup of LGBTQ films, documentaries, docu-series and TV shows just in time for June.
As Pride Month begins so does the birth month of these LGBTQ celebrities. All born within a two-day time frame, these Geminis are some of the most celebrated gay and queer persons to share their experiences as members of the LGBTQ community.
Campus Pride is celebrating its 20-year anniversary with a multitude of online events. A nonprofit dedicated to educating college and university students about the LGBTQ community, Campus Pride is starting Pride Month off with conversations about safe sex, bullying and mental health.
“The world now knows the progress North Carolina has made in becoming a safer and more inclusive place for our LGTBQ+ community,” Gov. Cooper said. “But there’s more work to be done, and this month is an opportunity to renew our commitment to fight for equality.”