Charlottesville is going to have a LGBT center

If you’re interested, there’s a meeting Friday, 11 December at Cville Coffee.

As an aside, I was at Cville Coffee this morning for a meeting … they seem to be stepping it up a notch. A nice paver patio in front for the warmer months, a stage is being built in the “adult” section for music and other acts, and I noticed an ABC license application on the front door.

Charlottesville has proven itself as gay-friendly before … frankly, I’d like to think we’re friendly to everyone – that’s one of the comments I frequently get from clients relocating to the Charlottesville area, “Everyone’s so friendly!” is a common statement.

No rainbow flag flies outside the red-brick mansion in downtown Charlottesville. No lambda sign hangs in the window. From outside, the Inn at Court Square looks like most of the other handsome Federal-style buildings lining Jefferson Street.

But inside, amid the antique wood furnishings, chandeliers and Oriental carpets, owner Candace DeLoach has fashioned this guesthouse into one of the most gay-friendly hotels in Virginia. While much of the clientele is straight — parents of university students, business executives, couples in town for a getaway — gay men and lesbian travelers know this as a welcoming haven where they can check in and kick back without worries of second glances or raised eyebrows.

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  1. Mimi Sonoku May 22, 2011 at 04:37

    If Cville had this meeting awhile ago, why is there not an LGBT Center Now?!
    I’ve been here for 5-6 years and this damn town seemed gay-friendly to me. I’m bi and I don’t really wanna hide anymore. I’m 15 and need to meet more people like me. The LGBT  Community needs a place for be ourselves.

    What did they say about the center anyway?

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