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Across the country and here at home in North Carolina Republicans have been hard at work attempting to erase drag culture, without giving a second thought to the potential fiscal fallout.

Republicans play ‘cancel culture’ with drag

House Bill 673, currently making its way through the state general assembly and almost certainly guaranteed to pass into law because of the newly established veto-proof Republican super majority, could prove to be a double-edged sword for the state. […]

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Cancellation of drag event opens angry breach in NC’s largest legal group

An angry debate over LGBTQ+ rights has erupted in North Carolina’s largest legal organization after the group’s president canceled a drag queen event scheduled by a committee of lesbian and gay attorneys. […]

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How anti-drag laws are impacting Pride celebrations across the country

Bills making their way through state legislatures across the country aimed at banning drag performances […]

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Telling our stories at Reel Out Charlotte 

Reel Out Charlotte, the Queen City’s Annual LGBTQ Film Festival, is back for another year! Join us as we celebrate the beauty of independent cinema and see our LGBTQ lives, loves, and triumphs on the big screen. […]

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George Santos surrenders to federal authorities, faces 13 criminal charges

Out Rep. George Santos (R-NY) is being held in federal custody, and the DOJ has unsealed a 13-count criminal complaint against him […]

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TikTok has secretly tracked viewers watching LGBTQ videos

TikTok, the popular video-sharing social platform, has maintained a list of worldwide users who watch LGBTQ+ videos […]

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Congresswoman snaps at conservative who accuses her of supporting trans people

Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) is not a supporter of LGBTQ equality. She campaigned on transphobic lies to get her seat in the past two elections, she regularly posts anti-trans equality messages to social media and she scored just 17 out of 100 on HRC’s Congressional Scorecard. But that’s not enough […]

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