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  • ...University leading the way, affected some state-wide change by being North Carolina's first public university to mount condom dispensers in campus restrooms. < ...ntial demographic shift to heterosexual risk, especially within the African-American student population.
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  • In 1987, two Watauga County physicians and the wife of one began a community-based HIV/AIDS support group. An Appalachian State University student from ...a little bit out in the country and away from town, and it was a very well-kept secret.” Keeping the location private was extremely important becau
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  • ===Lesbian Retirees and Second-Home Owners=== ...ny of women choosing Avery and Watauga counties over other places in North Carolina.
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  • ...he area. ASU, as Watauga County’s main employer and the primary draw for in-migration, has similarly acted as a focal point for cultural activities and * [[AIDS in Watauga County, North Carolina, 1985-2009]]
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  • ...s met at dinners, parties, and softball games; however, the first community-based LGBT organization was not created until approximately 1989. The follow ...; however, the majority of attendees are college students from ASU and Lees-McRae College. A local organization, Gays and Lesbians of Watauga (GLOW), w
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  • ...''The Daily Tar Heel'', 1 April 1993, 3.</ref> <ref>“Student Government Re-addresses Sexual Orientation Bill,” ''The Appalachian'', 17 September 1993 ...-CH's lesbian and gay student organization which had changed its name from Carolina Gay and Lesbian Association to Bisexuals, Gays, Lesbians, and Allies for Di
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  • ===1970-1979=== ...ering the Draft – Homosexuality and the Draft,” first public mention of non-pedophile related homosexuality in a Watauga County newspaper
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  • == Sources for LGBTQ Life in Watauga County, North Carolina, 1973-2009 == ...rsity of North Carolina (System). University Archives, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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