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The Defiant Ones: For Pride, We Celebrate Heroes

This country—indeed, this state—needs Pride more than ever

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Serena Sebring, an Organizer for Southerners on New Ground, Fights Entrenched White Supremacy

“What we know about liberation is that we can’t be free until our cousins, our aunties, our children who may or may not share our identities in terms of gender and sexuality are also free”

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Drag Queen Vivica C. Coxx Has a Big Personality. The Change She Effects Is Even Bigger.

“You could say that I am literally taking my degrees and applying them to drag”

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Through Art Asylum, Durham Artist Catherine Edgerton Helps People Who, Like Her, Have Struggled with Mental Health and Addiction Issues

“How many artists struggle with mental health do that in so much silence?”

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Long-Term Care Can Often Mean Going Back into the Closet. Les Geller Wants That to End.

Geller, who started the Raleigh chapter of SAGE, has been a key player in the local LGBTQ scene for decades

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Denicia Montford Williams Wants to Make the Labor Movement a More Welcoming Place for LGBTQ People

The program manager for the A. Philip Randolph Institute was recently elected to the N.C. AFL-CIO’s board

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The Pride Issue: A Look at the Victories Won and the Challenges Facing the LGBTQ Community

Progress requires perpetual diligence

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Where Does the Gay Political Movement Go after Pulse?

A gay Orlando journalist reconciles with grief and anger

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A Dispatch from the Transgender Closet in McCrory’s North Carolina

Grace Young hides her true self because she doesn’t think her state is ready

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Equality NC Gears Up for the November Election

“Our number one outcome is to unseat Governor McCrory”

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Hope Tyler’s Little Girl Became a Boy, and She Became an Activist

She shares her son’s story and hopes that other trans kids will live under a kinder state government.

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A Safe Space for the Triangle’s Growing Transgender Latina Population

More than two thousand Spanish speakers in North Carolina are transgender

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Love Wins: Multiple Sclerosis, Cycling, Death, and a Coming-Out Story

Picking up the pieces after a lover passes on

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How Jim Obergefell Became an Unlikely Civil Rights Hero

The lead plaintiff in the marriage equality case talks about the fight that put his name in the history books

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Congratulations Denicia! I want to thank you for your hard work ethic and passion for others. This world could use …

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It's nice to know this exists in our community. Thank you

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