Last month, I had the wonderful pleasure of working with a great group of friends, colleagues and volunteers to make Charlotte Pride a resounding success this year.
Do you think NC Pride and other Pride festivals should operate as non-profit organizations or is it okay for them to be a private for-profit business?
The Citadel, South Carolina’s military training college, has announced the creation of its new Safe Zone program, originally launched in the 2012-2013 school year.
The 2013 Female Gurl Groove Artist Showcase to benefit the Guildford Green Foundation will be held on Sept. 28, 7:30 p.m., at the Blind Tiger, 1819 Spring Garden St.
LGBT activists in the Asheville area have dreamed of a community center for decades, and, over the years, several attempts have been made, without success. Now, those dreams are stirring again, and it seems, this time around, there are reasons for optimism.
The Charlotte Planned Parenthood Youth Advocates will host a screening of “The Education of Shelby Knox,” a documentary about abstinence before marriage, on Sept. 30, 6:30 p.m, at Sam Lerner Cultural Center, Jewish Community Center, 5007 Providence Rd.
Spaced out along St. Petersburg’s main thoroughfare, about a dozen human rights activists staged individual protests to attract the attention of leaders of the world’s biggest economies to human rights violations in Russia.
One hundred and fifty-six teams from across the United States and Canada. Five thousand players and fans. Five straight days of competitive softball. That is what the North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance World Series (NAGAAAWS) is in a nutshell.
A reader asks: “At 14, I suffered from a colonic disease and had a colonic bag attached to my side. Now, at 30, I’m still a virgin. I recently decided to explore dating ads and websites, but I’m still very nervous. So, I’ve decided to go to counseling and was wondering if you think counseling is a good idea?”