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Print Edition 2015-01-30 – QNotes

Let’s Get it On: How Charlotteans like their sex

Love & Lust 2015: A totally unscientific review of sexual tastes and desires in Charlotte

People in Charlotte are freaky. In a good way, or whatever way makes you feel good. There’s no judgment here. But either way you look at it, Charlotte has a lot of folks looking for just about every imaginable kind of sexual fun. And we have the data to prove it. Unscientifically, of course.

Opposites Attract

Love & Lust 2015: Local couples share what makes their relationships special and unique

With Valentine’s Day coming up, QNotes thought it would be touching to hear directly from local couples who have found themselves in unique and special relationships. You often hear that old cliché — that “opposites attract.”

Top to Bottom: All the things your sex ed teacher never told you

Love & Lust 2015: Local clinician answers frank, honest questions on LGBT sex, sexuality and health

You know you remember it. That time, palms all sweaty, you sat silently and nervously as your sex ed teacher talked about all those horrible diseases. You desperately wanted to know how you could prevent them in your own sex life — a kind of sex your conservative teacher or school district refused to recognize.

A much-needed conversation on inclusion, allyship and loyalty

Editor's Note

Democrats in North Carolina had a much-needed conversation on diversity and inclusion recently — specifically surrounding transgender and LGB people and the necessity of education, the importance of allyship and what exactly it means to be an ally. It’s a conversation that’s ongoing, and rightly needs to continue.

Our People: Q&A with HRC’s 2015 Gala Co-Chairs

Jason Boone, Jeremy Carter & Shelly Schoenfeld

The Human Rights Campaign Carolina Gala is on its way to Uptown Charlotte. Slated for Feb. 21, the black-tie event will feature keynote speakers, entertainers and awards. qnotes had the opportunity to catch up with the gala’s three co-chairs and get to know them a bit better.

Spring season heats up

Rugby, Softball, Kickball

It is about that time of year when a lot of your local sports teams are beginning to start up their leagues or are commencing their training for their spring seasons. Here are some dates to help you find an activity (or three!) to participate in for the 2015 year!

Charlotte: Rabbi to leave post

Carolinas News Notes

In July 2016, Rabbi Judy Schindler, will leave her post at Temple Beth-El, 5101 Providence Rd., to focus on academic pursuits and social justice, The Charlotte Observer reported on Jan. 20. She will remain at Temple Beth El during the 18-month transition while the congregation installs a new senior rabbi.

Triad: Movie showing upcoming

Carolinas News Notes

Out at the Movies Winston-Salem will screen “Limited Partnership” on Feb. 14, 7 p.m., at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts’ ACE Theatre, 1533 S. Main St.