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Print Edition 2018-06-15 – QNotes

Caring for the LGBTQ community

Inclusive churches and outreach programs

A closer look reveals that the city is home to more than a few organizations committed to assisting LGBTQ individuals in the fight against poverty and homelessness.

RAIN to expand PrEP services

Group receives $100,000 grant for new case management, referrals for HIV-negative clients

New access for HIV prevention medication and case management for HIV-negative clients will be among new services offered by RAIN.

Our People: Q&A with Gerald Gurss

Artistic Director, Composer

At a time when I was battling religious brainwashing (thank you, Southern Baptist Church), that chorus became more of a mental health refuge than an arts organization.

Eccentric Strength and Negative Training

Health & Wellness: A counterintuitive style of exercise to increase strength

There are a variety of efforts that we use in our daily lives to accomplish all the tasks we perform. In exercise those tasks get really specific, in order to train for very particular goals.

Charlotte: Rainbow Run, Director Award, Swim Club

Carolinas News Notes

Stonewall Sports Charlotte has announced that it has launched its inaugural Stonewall Rainbow Run on Sept. 8, Retiring One Voice Chorus Artistic Director Gerald Gurss has received a Special Judges Citation from The American Prize in Composition and the Charlotte LGBTQ/IGLA Swimming Club has announced it’s gauging interest in the development of an International Gay & Lesbian Aquatics team and Stonewall Sports league

Triangle: Community Initiative, Seniors Potluck

Carolinas News Notes

Tito’s Handmade Vodka is engaged in raising funds for the LGBT Center of Raleigh and Blondes vs. Brunettes Raleigh through their two Love, Tito’s Pedal for a Purpose pedicabs rolling around the Capitol City and SAGE Raleigh is having a potluck on July 4.