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Our People: Calla Hales

Healthcare Administrator

Calla Hales, administrator of Charlotte abortion provider A Preferred Women’s Health Center (APWHC), is uniquely placed to bear witness not only to what may be some of the most critical moments in individual lives, but to the collision of personal and political on a larger scale.

Self Perception: It’s All in the Family

Bisexuality, pansexuality, and why my identity is just as valid as yours

…the next time the phrase “there’s a flag for everything these days” is uttered within earshot of me, I will not be responsible for my actions.

Our People: Rep. Cecil Brockman

North Carolina State Legislator

Incumbent Democrat and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC) graduate Cecil Brockman, 34, traveled from his native High Point in 2014 to take up his newly-won post in the North Carolina General Assembly.

Actions speak louder than words

Three Charlotte colleges and universities’ LGBTQIA inclusiveness revealed in more than the existence of campus clubs

Measuring an institution’s commitment to equality for its LGBTQ students and staff is no easy task. There is no shortage of top-10 rankings or attempts to apply star ratings.

Get to know the Queen City better

InFocus: Charlotte 2018 — These local tours help you explore and learn more about the city you love and adore, all in unique and diverse ways

Whether you’re new to the city or a native or longtime resident, Charlotte always has something new and exciting to offer.

Foster care, adoption and the LGBTQ family

Becoming well-versed on laws and issues an imperative

For LGBTQ people considering fostering or adoption, therefore, it’s vital not only to become well-versed in the relevant laws already on the books, but to follow closely any developments that may affect their ability to expand their families.