When the Human Rights Campaign Carolinas Gala comes to Raleigh on Feb. 26, they’ll bring with them a home design hottie, an actress and singer known for her work with the best divas of the past half-century and the mayor of the largest city ever to elect an openly gay executive.
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Screaming orgasms. Angry rants. Stories of sensuality and shame, physicality and emotion, self-discovery and relationship. For over 15 years now, Eve Ensler’s landmark work “The Vagina Monologues” has left the hearts of audiences sexed, shaken and stirred by widely varied and creatively performed soliloquies of women’s sexual experience.
One Voice Chorus and other local musicians including Jenny Chen will perform the AIDS requiem, “When We No Longer Touch,” on March 25 and 26 at Myers Park Baptist Church’s Heaton Hall.
It was anti-gay, Gaston County Sen. Jim Forrester (R) who first called Equality North Carolina and its team “lavender lobbyists.” Forrester meant it as a jab; little did he know that LGBT journalists, bloggers and activists would later claim the phrase as their own.
LGBT Prom Charlotte 2011 will be held on April 16 at the American Legion #380, 4235 W. Tyvola Rd., from 8 p.m.-1 a.m. The “A Dream Come True” prom is being dedicated to all LGBT suicide victims and survivors.
OutRaleigh, a day-long, family-friendly festival will be held downtown on May 14 in an area that includes City Plaza through Martin St. Organizers have announced that vendor space applications are now being accepted and can be downloaded online.
There’s a lot going on these days. For me, my personal and professional lives are jam-packed, especially after returning to college again this semester. The community is moving full-steam ahead on many fronts nationally, statewide and locally. It’s hard to fit everything in, but I’m gonna try.
Brannon Braga, who produced many of the episodes and feature films in the “Star Trek” universe, told AfterElton.com that the franchise’s lack of gay characters was “a shame.” His new show, “Terra Nova,” so far also has no gay characters.
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