Recent News & Features
Federal study finds adverse conditions across nation
A first-ever national study of housing discrimination against same-sex couples has found gay and lesbian couples face a higher risk of discrimination in the private rental market when compared to heterosexual couples.
UNCC staffers hope to preserve history of Charlotte LGBT experience
Organizers of a new community archive project at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte hope they can collect and preserve local LGBT history like never before. The goal, they say: Save often untold stories for future generations.
Commentary: City Council should amend and implement LGBT-inclusive contracting, purchasing policies, ordinances
How many of the companies who benefited from the $50 million in city DNC expenses have employment non-discrimination policies that match the city’s? How much money landed in the hands of companies who practice — or, at the very least, refuse to prohibit — the types of discrimination the city itself says is wrong?
Gay youth reported substantially higher rate of youth-on-youth assault than heterosexual peers
A new U.S. Department of Justice survey has found a high rate of rape and sexual abuse in the country’s juvenile justice system.
QNotes, the Charlotte-based LGBT community newspaper, is inviting its readers to share their personal reviews and experiences of their favorite Queen City restaurants and bars.
We’ll continue celebrating community Pride during this special National LGBT Pride Month with great online-only features next week.