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Get Filthy with the ENC Crew

"Get Filthy" t-shirt with Frida Kahlo

#LetsGetFilthy and Support ENC today!

In June, North Carolina Lt. Governor Mark Robinson made comments in which he called “transgenderism and homosexuality” filth while making a speech that they should not be taught in school — which, of course, they are not. These statements did not happen in a vacuum. North Carolina’s elected leadership has levied attacks against LGBTQ+ North Carolinians, particularly our youth, for years.

Detail of "Let's Get Filthy" t-shirt

LGBTQ+ people are not objects for disdain or sympathy. We are full humans who have added tremendously to the lives of people in this state and worldwide. We should be treated with dignity and respect because we are people.

Equality North Carolina is the only active, statewide LGBTQ+ organization in North Carolina working on elections and policy specifically on behalf of LGBTQ+ North Carolinians.

In solidarity against Lt. Governor Robinson's comments, all new ENC Crew members (with a donation of $35 or more) will receive our limited-edition "Let's Get Filthy" t-shirt!

By joining the ENC Crew you will be the first to know of late breaking news, obtain early access to candidate and elected official events, and most importantly receive information on how to advocate for our most vulnerable communities so we can be counted, represented, and have our voices heard.

Join us today! We can't win this fight without you.

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