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Carborro Farmer’s Market (301 West Main Street, Carrboro) Saturdays from am to noon and Wednesdays from pm to , a local farmer’s market that’s well known throughout the area and has been running for over 30 years.Other queer-friendly businesses that you might want to check out are Syd’s Hair Shop (108 West Rosemary Street, Chapel Hill) or Moshi Moshi (416 West Franklin Street, Chapel Hill) for an alternative lifestyle haircut and Internationalist Books (405 West Franklin Street, Chapel Hill), a bookstore/community center that has lots of LGBT and feminist material as well as lots of other cool material like local zines, spoken word cds, and anarchist books.Nevertheless, it’s a safe place to live, is walking-and-biking friendly and all the city busses are free.I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else in the state.They also host lots of events, like their Friday Night Wine Tastings and their “Jazz and More Brunch” every Sunday from May to October on the lawn.The Spotted Dog (111 East Main Street, Carrboro) A lesbian-owned-and-operated restaurant in Carrboro with lots of healthy eating and vegetarian options.Cafe Driade (1215 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill) A small coffee shop nuzzled in the woods with some great walking trails going out behind it.

If the club scene isn’t your thing, some women-only events/activities that you might want to check out are the Triangle Area Lesbians Meet-Up that happens every Thursday between 6-8pm at Foster’s Market in Chapel Hill (contact Triangle Area Lesbians [at] gmail [dot] com for more information), the Common Woman Chorus, or this nice meetup group for single lesbians over 40 in Chapel Hill.

Our Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Straight Alliance (GLBTSA) is the largest LGBTIQ student organization in the Southeast.

In addition to hosting weekly meetings and awesome events, GLBTSA publishes the oldest LGBTIQ student publication in the nation and hosts the Southeast Regional Unity Conference every year, where progressive LGBTQ friendly folks from the region all get together for one awesome weekend.

It’s a very liberal place and has certainly earned it’s nickname as “a Southern slice of heaven.” Lately North Carolina has been in the news following the passage of Amendment One, but believe it or not, Chapel Hill is definitely a place where Gay is OK.

The university is a huge part of the town and if you’re lucky enough to be coming here for college then you’ll find a great LGBTQ community with lots of resources available to you.