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Charlotte LGBTQ Organizations on the Move

By Jeff Taylor | Monday Jan 1, 2018
Charlotte's LGBTQ organizations have weathered the storm of a tumultuous year politically and managed to do outstanding work in the face of adversity.

Notable Figures Who Came Out in 2017

By Torie Dominguez | Monday Jan 1, 2018
This past year, more personalities stepped out into the light and professed their sexual orientation. From pop stars to athletes, the rainbow got a little bit larger with them included. Here are some of those faces in the news

The Most Popular qnotes Stories of 2017

By Jeff Taylor | Monday Jan 1, 2018
Here are the top 10 most popular stories of the year based on web traffic. See you in 2018!

Reviving the Message :: The Morality of Equality

By Jeff Taylor | Monday Jan 1, 2018
Rev. William Barber II's new calling: To make a nationwide impact, organizing with other leaders to jumpstart a moral revival in America, by relaunching Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Poor People's Campaign, some 50 years after it was initially conceived.

Gay and Godly: A Life of Service for the Faithful Realized

By Lainey Millen | Saturday Dec 23, 2017
Ken Fuquay was always someone whose love for the church helped shape and create the person he is today. This journey was done with joys and struggles and eventually led him to become a "person of the cloth."

Tips and Strategies for Weathering Visits with Family and Friends

By Jerry Yelton | Monday Dec 18, 2017
Around the holidays, a lot of LGBTQ folks, particularly in the South, have to deal with difficult family members or friends and the ensuing difficult conversations.

'A John Waters Christmas' Interview

By Jerry Yelton | Saturday Dec 9, 2017
Acclaimed and renown filmmaker John Waters ("Female Trouble," "Hairspray," "Pink Flamingos") brings his annual holiday show to Asheville, N.C. on Dec. 18.

Painting in Rainbow Colors :: A Growing Canon of LGBTQ-themed children's literature

By Torie Dominguez | Sunday Dec 3, 2017
Just in time for the holidays, a number of children's book writers have some thoughtful and entertaining contributions for gift giving for the younger set.

Charlotte City Council Member Announces Boycott of New Restaurant over Owner's Anti-LGBTQ Views

By Jeff Taylor | Saturday Dec 2, 2017
Charlotte City Councilmember LaWana Mayfield has announced that she will be boycotting a new barbecue restaurant over its owners anti-LGBTQ views and activism.

Three Historic Firsts Achieved in 2017 in the Battle Against HIV/AIDS Worth Celebrating

By Jeff Taylor | Sunday Nov 26, 2017
As World AIDS Day approaches, taking place on Dec. 1 each year, there is as always much work to be done, but there is also cause for celebration

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