QNotes presents its annual InFocus: Charlotte LGBT Newcomer and Community Resource Guide for 2013.
With over 20 years of service to the community, the Regional AIDS Interfaith Network (RAIN) has been at the forefront in the fight against HIV/AIDS in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg area.
Time Out Youth’s Host Home Program has been benefitting LGBT young people in Charlotte for more than 20 years.
Charlotte’s LGBT nightlife scene has something for every taste, from dance to sports to country/western.
We’ve rolled out our 2013 Community Resource Guide for our InFocus: Charlotte issue.
Charlotte has a host of events that dot the landscape throughout the year.
Each year, the Human Rights Campaign releases their Corporate Equality Index, measuring corporations on LGBT employee protections, benefits and other issues.
I, for one, have just about had it up to here with all the stereotypes about the South, y’all. And, it’s high time us southern queer folk start tellin’ it just like it is: Our wonderful accents don’t knock dozens of points off our IQs.
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