Separating great art from predatory artists

Is it OK to enjoy Weinstein and Allen films despite accusations? more…

Stephen Fry Reveals Prostate Cancer Diagnosis

British comedian and broadcaster Stephen Fry is recovering from surgery to fight prostate cancer, he revealed on his website and Twitter account Friday. “For the last two months, I’ve been in the throes of a rather unwelcome and unexpected adventure. I’m sorry I haven’t felt able to talk about it till now, but here I […] The post Stephen Fry Reveals Prostate Cancer Diagnosis appeared first on No Straight News. more…

Tiffany Haddish Will Be The First Black Woman To Host MTV Movie & TV Awards

The award show will air on June 18. more…

D.C. Pride Volleyball all stars find competition, varying skill levels

Local members George Atiyeh and Bill Klitz are regulars in gay league more…

Bermuda Just Overturned Marriage Equality. Will Other Nations Follow Suit?

The reversal in Bermuda is the first of its kind, and we cannot assume it will be an isolated case. more…

Here’s What It Means To Be A ‘Cannasexual’

A pot pioneer is empowering people of all genders to get high when they get down. more…

Black Excellence Series celebrates artistic expression

Black Excellence is about showing pride in black culture, and for people to love the heritage and where they come from. more…

Elders in Charlotte set sights on starting SAGE chapter

We found that Charlotte has an increased focus on Millenials and is building a city to attract them, but there is a lack of conversation and consideration given to our aging population. more…

LGBTQ seniors benefit from handling legal documents with counsel

LGBTQ seniors (and frankly, everyone else) can use the law to our benefit by doing a Last Will and Testament or Trust. more…

‘Floaters’ affect elders’ sight

Floaters occur when the vitreous slowly shrinks over time. more…

Helping hands

Resources for LGBTQ seniors and their family and friends. more…

Our People: Q&A with Jermaine Nakia Lee

Jermaine Nakia Lee is a campaigner for social justice, as well as a passionate creator. more…

Inflammation undermines health. What are its sources, and how can it be reduced?

Although acute inflammation that lasts only a short time is necessary for healing, if it persists longer than a few days, the body can begin to destroy healthy cells. more…

Choose science over fear

At the time, we did not know that spitting or biting does not transmit HIV, nor did we have the scientific breakthroughs at our disposal that we do today. more…

Charlotte: Art Auction, Org Brunch, Trans Nominees, Grant Op, PFLAG Fundraiser, Roller Girls

The Art With Heart Auction will benefit Safe Alliance, the Color of Change are having a brunch, the Freedom Center for Social Justice is seeking trans nominees, The Winters Group has announced a grant opportunity, PFLAG Concord/Kannapolis is having a s... more…

Triad: Guilford Gala, Museum Interns

The Guilford Green Foundation is hosting their “Moulin Rouge” Gala & Green Party and Elsewhere Museum is seeking interns. more…

Triangle: Minister Installation, Speaker Series, Music Legends, Org Ride, Senior Expo, Glittered Ash

Rev. Vance E. Haywood, Jr. will be installed as Imani Metropolitan Community Church pastor on Feb.24, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is presenting a speaker series, Chris Williamson, Barbara Higbie and Teresa Trull are heading to the T... more…

Campus Scene: T-shirt sales support org

Campus Pride has announced that it it is partnering with “RuPaul’s Drag Race” Season 9’s Eureka O’Hara to support LGBTQ and ally youth with the sale of a limited edition “Go Gaga for Eureka” collector item. more…