Actor and activist Omar Sharif Jr. opened up in an op-ed for Hornet entitled “A Voice for the Voiceless: Amidst a Brutal Crackdown, This Gay Egyptian Looks for Hope.” The piece shared what it is like being a gay Egyptian in the public eye and the weight it carries both in the U.S. and in …
Charlotte Pride organizers denied a group called “Gays for Trump” from having a float in the Charlotte Pride Parade, sparking outrage, but the decision is supported by existing policies and court precedent
Gay N.C. father, Henry Amador-Batten, was accosted by authorities at the airport after a United Airlines employee accused him of having his hand “near the genitals” of his five-year-old son. United apologized, but Amador-Batten may sue the airline.
Although the notorious House Bill 2 (HB2) is repealed, legal discrimination against LGBTQ North Carolinians continues. Under the “compromise” legislation, House Bill 142, signed into law by Gov. Roy Cooper on March 30, much of HB2 remains.