One of my favorite things about Durham is the food.
At Pride this past weekend, I found out about the Bull City Vegan Challenge, which encourages chefs at popular Durham restaurants to produce vegan options beyond, you know, a baked potato.
When Amendment One, which amended the constitution to define marriage as between one man and one woman, passed in May this past year, Durham voted 70% against (and if you drive around Durham’s neighborhoods, you will occasionally see hand-painted signs asserting this fact). It’s located downtown, near several other good bars: Surf Club, Fullsteam, and Motorco.
No need to worry: Durham is a magical queer-lovin’ haven in NC.
Regardless of whether you’re affiliated with a local college, you should also check out or Yahoo! The latter includes groups like the Durham Gender Alliance. On that note, Triangle Grrrls is also totally worth checking out.
Dating in Durham may be incestuous and may take place largely because of OKCupid. They hold lots of events and encourage their members to take the initiative and host events of their own.