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A decade of the LGBT Center brings reflection and changes
Nearly a decade after the Henderson Springs LGBT Center opened its doors for the first time, the center marks a time for reflection and novelty.
September 21, 2018
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At Represent NC, Women And LGBTQ Musicians Are Heard Loud And Clear
When Triad-based artist Molly McGinn agreed to organize a new weekly music night at a local venue, she wanted it to look and sound a little different.
August 22, 2018
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A Heartwarming Saga Showcasing Sexual/Gender Equality in India Honored at North Carolina LGBT Film Fest
“Evening Shadows,” which highlights the struggles for sexual and gender equality in India through a heartwarming story of a gay son and his family, has been awarded the 2018 Jury
August 14, 2018
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One Small NC City Stands Out In LGBTQ Pride
It’s was a humid, overcast afternoon on the day of Salisbury Pride. Thousands of excited visitors crowded the city’s historic downtown. This summer marked Salisbury’s eighth annual LGBTQ pride festival. That’s unprecedented for a city of 34,000 in North Carolina.
August 05, 2018
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61-Year-Old Man Uses Gay Dating App To Invite People To His BBQ And Winds Up Trending On Twitter
Several weeks ago, 61-year-old Chris Bowman of Apex, North Carolina, began inviting people to his fifth annual Fourth of July barbecue. He told BuzzFeed News that he puts on the event every year to “get all sorts of people across the board together to learn about each other.” As a recovering alcoholic, Chris also sees the event as a way “of giving back,” he added. But Chris didn’t send out any old...
July 14, 2018
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Asheville Gay Men’s Chorus celebrates its 20th anniversary
Asheville was a very different place in 1998: There was no Blue Ridge Pride and what LGBTQ community existed was not entirely out and loud, much less well-connected. Despite all that, the North Carolina Pride celebration was scheduled to happen in Asheville that year, so there was buzz in the city about LGBTQ visibility and an opening for a new gay men’s chorus to emerge.
June 14, 2018
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NC professor honored for healthcare research in transgender community
Scott Rhodes, professor at Wake Forest School of Medicine and member of the LGBT community, has been working to improve health of those in the Latinx and transgender community. His 15 years teaching at Wake Forest have focused specifically on HIV prevention and public health.
June 13, 2018
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Rainbow flags all around: Carrboro Pride Walk honors LGBT pioneer Joe Herzenberg
Carrboro has long been a leader in supporting LGBT rights. The town elected North Carolina’s first openly-gay mayor in 1995 and voted to create domestic-partner registry in 1994.  
June 08, 2018
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Mount Tabor grad works to help LGBT students
Jesse Wolfe has a passion for photography and video, and hopes to continue that passion in his post-high school studies.
June 03, 2018
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Gay Republicans push GOP toward 'big tent' positions
Changing the Republican Party's stance on gay issues is important to winning Millennials' votes, say some in North Carolina who want a "big tent" GOP.
May 25, 2018
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ICE grants marriage waiver for man to rejoin Fort Bragg husband
A Fort Bragg Army chaplain is fighting to bring home his husband who was deported after he unlawfully entered the country.
May 15, 2018
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Raleigh LGBTQ Pride Festival: Out Raleigh event celebrates gay community, inclusivity
Out! Raleigh fills Fayetteville Street with vendors and performers May 5, 2018. The pride celebration for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community is a fundraiser for the LGBT Center of Raleigh.
May 04, 2018
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Winston-Salem center provides safe place for LGBTQ community
North Star LGBTQ Community Center in Winston-Salem is a place where the community can come and just be. North Star opened in 2012 and for director Nyles Claire Suer, it's personal. North Star is a safe space for people like Jesse Wolfe, a senior at Mount Tabor High School. Here, they'll find resources and services; and just as important, fellowship.
April 27, 2018
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Crusader, Ally, Friend: Multi-faceted Mom Energizes the LGBT Community
If Jules (Julia) Latham drove a Volvo station wagon, she could pass for a soccer mom. But she’s not a soccer mom – nor does she wear any other label.
March 18, 2018
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Gay Former Football Player Finds Incredible Acceptance In The South
Harrison Wilkerson is now a cheerleader at NC State, which recruited him to play football.
January 22, 2018
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GOP leaders decry North Carolina governor's LGBT rights deal
North Carolina’s Republican leaders said Thursday that a federal court should reject a deal by the Democratic governor that would affirm the rights of transgender people to use restrooms corresponding to their gender identity.
October 20, 2017
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Transgender people will be able to use bathrooms matching their gender identity in North Carolina
A judge's sign-off is still needed to make the settlement effective
October 19, 2017
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GLBT Center: serving students for 10 years
In January, the GLBT Center will celebrate its 10th anniversary at NC State. Talk of the GLBT Center began in August 2007, and a grand opening was planned for January 2008. However, the center itself was not operating until that April — since then, it has seen a lot of growth.
October 04, 2017
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Films - from silly to serious - show LGBT diversity
The fourth annual OUT at the Movies Int’l LGBT Film Fest will screen 18 films, present 18 filmmakers, actors or documentary subjects and hold eight parties in venues throughout Winston-Salem
October 01, 2017
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Long-Term Care Can Often Mean Going Back into the Closet. Les Geller Wants That to End.
For many older LGBTQ people, entering long-term care can mean going back in the closet. That is, people who may have been out for decades often set aside central parts of their identities in fear of discrimination or stigma as they seek places to live in senior housing, assisted-living centers, or nursing homes, says Les Geller, who helped start the Raleigh affiliate of the New York-based org...
September 28, 2017
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LGBT elders often re-closet themselves in retirement. Now they are reaching out to each other.
Despite recent gains, LGBT elders often face time-worn prejudices in retirement facilities.
September 25, 2017
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