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Print Edition 2016-12-16 – QNotes

Holiday cheer blankets the Carolinas

Events provide options for celebrating the season

It’s that time of the year! Decorations have gone up everywhere for those celebrating Christmas, plans are being made for making latkes for Chanukah and festivities are slated for Kwanza.

Five steps in the march to civil rights

Looking back at history and forward to the future

Whether patriots disguised as “Indians” or heirs of Attucks at a Woolworth’s lunch counter or drag goddesses marching down Fifth Avenue, the power of disruption has been the overwhelming tool of the otherwise oppressed in their respective marches toward equity in the American Dream.

Spilling the Tea — Integrity

Dishing with Buff Faye

It has been over a year now from when I stood up for a drag queen who worked at one bar, to attend a pageant at another bar. It was, and may still be, policy of the bar not to allow entertainers who work at other clubs to even patronize this club.

Triangle: Election impact, guy’s social, rainbow shirts, center award, sex-change protocols

Carolinas News Notes

The 2016 Election has had an impact on local, state and national levels, Triangle guys are having a social, The University of Maine recently wore rainbow shirts in support of the LGBTQ community when the team played Duke University, the LGBT Center of Raleigh received a GSK Impact Award and sex-change protocols have changed for the state’s staff and retirees.