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Print Edition 2015-04-10 – QNotes

Six Months After Marriage

Looking back: Where we’ve been, what we’ve learned and charting new courses since October’s North Carolina marriage equality decision

“I still get a huge grin on my face when I think about that day,” Jessy Milicevic tells me, reflecting back on the first full day when same-gender couples could legally wed in Charlotte.

Logo to premiere two shows from ‘Queer as Folk’ creator

‘Cucumber’ and ‘Banana’ feature interlinked, parallel storylines

The creator of the U.K.’s original “Queer as Folk,” which spawned a five-season U.S. hit for Showtime, is back in the gay TV game again. Premiering on Logo on April 13, writer Russell T Davies’ “Cucumber” and “Banana” are getting rave reviews for their unique and interlinked storylines.

Six things we’ve learned six months after marriage

Editor's Note

We’ve learned a lot of meaningful lessons in the six months after LGBT couples in North Carolina began tying the legal knot. Chief among them — we’re still here. The Carolina blue sky hasn’t fallen. Chicken Little is absolutely safe and sound.

To Keep or not to Keep

Spiritual Reflections

Over a recent weekend, I began the most arduous task of sifting through my wardrobe closet. The annual, or in my case, the quarterly ritual of “spring-cleaning” was underway. I would keep my favorite pieces, toss those that were frayed and donate those that I fell out of love with.

TalkBack 04.10.15


Readers respond to the death of Black Brockington, the non-discrimination ordinance and religious freedom issues.