We’ve rolled out our 2013 Community Resource Guide for our InFocus: Charlotte issue.
Charlotte has a host of events that dot the landscape throughout the year.
Each year, the Human Rights Campaign releases their Corporate Equality Index, measuring corporations on LGBT employee protections, benefits and other issues.
I, for one, have just about had it up to here with all the stereotypes about the South, y’all. And, it’s high time us southern queer folk start tellin’ it just like it is: Our wonderful accents don’t knock dozens of points off our IQs.
Readers respond to LGBT Dems and Trans Inclusion, as well as LGBT Dems and Transparency
Do you think the South is unfairly stereotyped and, thus, overlooked by leaders and organizations in the national LGBT and progressive communities?
The Miss South Carolina 2013 pageant, a part of the Miss American Organization, has “come out” literally this year with its first openly lesbian contestant in the system’s history.
On Aug. 1, Connie Vetter, an attorney and member of the North Carolina State Bar and Mecklenburg County Bar, will present “Amendment One, DOMA, and Gay Law 101: Everything you should and need to know” at the LGBT Community Center of Charlotte, 2508 N. Davidson, at 6:30 p.m.
AIDS Leadership Foothills-area Alliance (ALFA) has shared that is is hosting a Joyful Noise Gospel Festival on July 20, 4 p.m., at Exodus Missionary Outreach Church, 1763 Highland Ave., NE.
The Triad is expanding its outreach to the LGBT community. In August, North Star LGBT Community Center will open at 704 Brookstown Ave.