We want to feature pictures taken by you of the city. Whether a skyline view or a shot of you and a friend at a local Queen City spot, help us show the world not only what Charlotte offers, but LGBT people visiting and living here! Visitors - Did you enjoy your visit to the Queen
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! When ghouls and ghosts join together for a moment of reflection… before devouring the flesh of the screaming mortals who run in fear! But outside of that general enjoyable activity it is also when the world of adults get most in touch with their childlike side of
In order to better serve our site visitors we have begun the process of updating the layout, visuals, and offerings of Visit Gay Charlotte. The new site when completed will be even more mobile friendly and will offer a seamless user experience whether viewing on a desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone. We’ll be making it easier to explore lgbtCLT
Visit Gay Charlotte is about to celebrate one year of serving the community as your free community portal – and we’re just gettiing started
The Charlotte Black Gay Pride celebration which hit a height of over 7,000 attendees at its 2005 event has a history of drawing the largest number of attendees of Black Gay Pride events in both Carolinas as well. This year expects to be no different
House is a Feeling! So goes the name of one of The Nickel Bar’s regular nights. It offers a metaphor for the Charlotte institution that has been providing a home for LGBTs who seek a place to celebrate their lives outside the more well-travelled gay locales of Plaza-Midwood and South End. It also serves as a good barometer of the owner, Milton Howard’s, vision of a club that catered to the taste of the African American gay community; something that had never been done before in the Greater Charlotte area.
Progress pictorial of large scale public art project celebrating the LGBT Community in Charlotte going up in Plaza Midwood.
Wednesday, June 27th is National HIV Testing Day. Get the Facts and Tested.
So you’ve probably read the news… With a 61 to 39 percent tally, North Carolinians resoundingly voted in favor of an amendment to their State Constitution that not only defines marriage as solely between one man and one woman, but makes all other unions including domestic partnerships and civil unions illegal. That this amendment hurts more than gays and lesbians is
We are thrilled to announce that Visit Gay Charlotte is now listed on the Charlotte In 2012 – the Democratic National Convention website on the homepage under Things To Do in Charlotte.
The American Premiere of The Violins of Hope Project American debut in Charlotte and why it matters to the LGBT community
The world is watching Charlotte, and you are stepping up to the plate. Visit Gay Charlotte, as a registered member of the IGLTA is proud to be your head cheerleader!
Visit Gay Charlotte is looking for a few good Bears to fill us in for an upcoming featured article
In lieu of the Weekend Featured Agenda, Visit Gay Charlotte is highlighting the Charlotte Rally against the anti-gay amendment this Saturday, October 15th. We strongly urge our readers to attend and be a part of the movement to defeat this discriminatory ballot measure.
From the very get-go, we’ve imagined Visit Gay Charlotte is a place where LGBT visitors, newcomers and residents can find LGBT-related information on just about anything they’d desire here in the Queen City. We’ve also kept the community foremost in our thoughts. Indeed, the community is the very reason we embarked on this project. We’re aiming to help build a stronger, more networked and more dynamic, local LGBT community both online and on the streets. Here’s how…
A new online portal that promises to guide lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) travelers, newcomers and residents to friendly and inclusive lodging, dining, shopping and nightlife has launched. The two local gay men who founded the site, Visit Gay Charlotte (visitgaycharlotte.com), hope their vision will serve a growing LGBT tourism market in the Queen City, which is fast becoming a destination for business travelers, national conventions and other events.