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HUD Aims To Reverse Protections For Homeless Transgender People Accessing Shelters

Beyond the Carolinas

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development released a proposed rule that aims to revise the Equal Access rule, which requires HUD-funded housing services to be provided without discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.

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Reproductive Health of Bisexual Women, Girls Needs Greater Attention

Beyond the Carolinas

Over 48 million people of reproductive age who were assigned as female at birth currently use contraceptives, including up to 3.9 million cisgender sexual minority women and transgender adults, according to new analyses by the Williams Institute at the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law.

News Briefs for 08.07.20

Beyond the Carolinas

News briefs from across the globe for 08.07.20.

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How Tidy is Too Tidy?

Tell Trinity

A reader asks: “My roommate’s very anal retentive. She likes the kitchen and bathroom a certain way, and everything in alphabetical order, and so on and so on. How do I get her to mellow out?”

Community Calls for Investigation of MeckPAC

Chair Matt Comer at the Center of Reporting Scandal

On Feb. 13, the North Carolina State Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement sent a termination letter to Mecklenburg LGBTQ, otherwise known as MeckPAC or Mecklenburg LGBT Political Action Committee.

Charlotte’s Energetic Growth

The Queen City is Now Larger than San Francisco

According to new official U.S. Census information, Charlotte, N.C. is now the 15th largest city in the country. This information looks at residents inside city limits only. In this way Charlotte far outranks Atlanta, which is only the 39th largest city.

Government 101

How the City of Charlotte Runs and Who Runs It

Charlotte, N.C.’s government is operated on a council-manager form of government and was adopted in 1929. This form of government divides responsibilities between elected officials and an appointed city manager.

QC LGBTQ Events

The Queen City is host to a number of LGBTQ events and other options for entertainment and community support throughout the year.

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