The Annual United States Conference on AIDS was held during early September and local advocates and healthcare workers were able to attend and represent the Charlotte area.
The Western North Carolina AIDS Project (WNCAP) will hold its 2013 Positive Prevention 5K and 12K races on Nov. 3, with proceeds going to expand HIV/AIDS prevention programs throughout 18 counties in Western North Carolina.
The Adam Foundation will hold its 24th Annual Adam Festival on Nov. 2, 7-11 p.m., at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts, 251 N. Spruce St.
Bishop Gene Robinson, who was the first openly gay Episcopal bishop, was at North Carolina State University on Oct. 14 speaking on the subject of God Believes in Love, Straight Talk about Gay Marriage at Witherspoon’s Campus Cinema. This event was part of the school’s Diversity Education Week.
Mayor Linda Oliver is under fire for sharing her disdain for same-sex marriage. She made comments of Facebook where she used the word “queers” as well.
The “ex-gay” group, Voice of the Voiceless, is urging the LGBT student resource centers at universities in Virginia to provide ex-gay therapy and resources on changing sexual orientation.
A readers writes: One month into dating his job was cut and “to save money,” he and his two pets moved into my tiny one bedroom apartment. Well, now six months later, I still love him, but I want my place back. He never pays rent or utilities and anytime I bring up “moving,” it ends up a bad scene. I just want some time “alone.”