From the Back Stabbing assholes of Equality NC email newsletter, who also couldn’t choose a Local (in state) person to Running ENC fulltime, no this one is from Texas.. Gay Inc at its best..
Matt Comer has provided superb coverage of the anti-LGBT amendment for QNotes, often working hand in hand with Pam Spaulding of Pam's House Blend to elevate coverage of LGBT news in North Carolina to an art form. We're so honored to have a reporter like Matt Comer in our midst, and to have someone so young speak so eloquently for his peers. We know he'll do big things but always stay true to the LGBT movement in his beloved home state.
A native of Winston-Salem, Matt Comer has served as editor of QNotes since October 2007. Established in 1986, QNotes is the premier arts, entertainment, and news publication serving the Carolinas’ LGBT communities. Prior to moving to Charlotte, Comer worked and volunteered with a variety of local, state, and national LGBT organizations. He was a participant in the 2007 Soulforce Equality Ride, which visited 24 Christian colleges and universities across the country that openly discriminate against LGBT students and faculty. Comer’s essay on his upbringing in a conservative Baptist home and church was first published in 2008 and republished this fall in Mitchell Gold's and Mindy Drucker's anthology, Youth in Crisis: 40 Stories on Why Religion-Based Bigotry Against Gay People Must End Now. Comer attended the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and is currently enrolled at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte where he is studying American history and politics.