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LGBTQ+ seniors are far less likely to have a stable support system than their hetero counterparts, but there are options available. In this week’s feature, we look at tips for living your best (long) life.

Advice on aging for the senior LGBTQ+ community

By Frank Summers

As LGBTQ+ people, we share many of the same concerns with aging as anyone else. Many of our needs are different, though. We are two to three times more likely to live alone and four times more likely not to have children.  This raises questions: Who will care for us when we need it? […]

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Your later queer years: coping with surviving and dying

By David Aaron Moore

It’s a grim topic for some, but many others simply view it as a reality that no one can escape: If you’re living on planet Earth, nobody gets out alive […]

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After a Record-Breaking 2022, Charlotte Pride is Back and Better Than Ever


After an incredible 2022 Pride season, Charlotte’s largest street festival and parade returns to Uptown Charlotte […]

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Don’t be a victim of scamming

With the emergence of new technologies, it’s become easier than ever for scammers to take advantage of people […]

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Exploring queer history in the urban South

UNC-Charlotte alumnus Dr. La Shonda Mims has spent her adult life researching and educating about the history of LGBTQ+ identifying women in the South […]

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“Gays on Broadway”

Almost as much fun as collecting playbills, almost as good as a seat behind the orchestra, this is one of those books that theater-goers will want to take to the show to read during intermission […]

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Public Cervix Announcement raises funds for Planned Parenthood

WILMINGTON — A group of activists and musicians gather to advocate for reproductive rights […]

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Our People: Patti O’Furniture

SC Drag diva talks about life, love and today’s youth […]

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