When jolly St. Nick wraps up his Naughty and Nice lists this year, he’ll be including some names familiar to the LGBT community. Unfortunately, a lump of coal is the only thing some of them will find in their stockings.
The Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte (ATC) brings the purely comedic “Every Christmas Story Ever Told (and then some!)” to the local stage. If you’re tired of “A Christmas Carol” every year, and you really love extremely silly, upbeat shows, this might be the one for you. The show opened Dec. 1 and continues through Dec. 18.
Welcome to the 2010 Change.org Holiday Gift Guide! Across the Change.org network, we’re featuring great gifts that advance the causes you and those close to you are passionate about. While the holidays can be a time of excessive consumption, this guide is filled with ideas for using our resources to do a lot of good. …
Handbells are ringing. The red kettles are out. We’re deep into the holiday season and charities across the country are extending their calls for helping hands and dollars. But many non-profit charities, especially those tied to religious organizations, have anti-LGBT policies and practices.
The Human Rights Campaign will present two Her HRC events on Jan. 15, 2011 in Charlotte and Durham. The event will celebrate women and equality.
Calling all community members, leaders and qnotes readers. The new year is just around the corner and we want to get a jump on hearing what you think your New Year’s resolutions might be.
Concord’s Dr. Michael Brown will never recognize or admit his words are hateful or hurtful because he’s blind to the truth, the kind of truth that really sets people free and brings them into a radically inclusive communion with each other, the world around them and the Divine.
Readers respond to our ‘gay disease’ commentary and Brett Webb-Mitchell’s column last issue.
Recently our community marked the 12th annual Transgender Day of Remembrance, a somber day devoted to memorializing those murdered for their gender identity.
With all the topics you’d think would be open for discussion in the trans community, it seems we always get stuck on a certain few: bathrooms, nomenclature, ENDA and trans etiologies. I presume the reason is that we’ve made the least progress in these specific areas. This time I’m recycling the “passing” issue.