Obama pardons Atlanta vet jailed for being gay

A metro Atlanta man who served a year in prison for having a gay relationship while in the Army in the late 1980s was pardoned by President Obama on Tuesday.    READ MORE »

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Atlanta  |  photos  |  Nightlife

Artsy affair raises funds for Jerusalem House

The fabulously fun night of fundraising and art that is An Affair of the Art unfolded on Saturday to support two causes – housing for people with HIV and art education for students.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  photos  |  Community

Progressive LGBTs rally political power at Blake’s

If you are progressive elected officials stuck in a red state world, what do you? You gather up your LGBTs for a post-Inauguration Power Hour at Blake's.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  News

Georgia judge ordered to OK trans name changes

A judge worried that approving the name changes of two transgender people would offend the 'sensibilities and mores' of Georgians was smacked down by an appeals court on Friday.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  Politics

LGBT-friendly Democrats seek Tom Price’s Atlanta seat

A trio of Democrats hopes to provide an LGBT-inclusive and progressive alternative to Republicans in a crowded race to fill the metro Atlanta seat of U.S. Rep. Tom Price, an anti-gay GOP lawmaker likely to join the Trump Administration.    READ MORE »


The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The LGBT ATL calendar heats up with new fervor over the new regime, blowout annual parties for beloved charities, and a heaping helping of drag, DJs and drinks to get you over the workweek.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  Crime

Drag-clad thieves targeting Atlanta mailboxes

Atlanta loves its camp drag. So do thieves, who are pulling on wigs, scarves and flats to pillage apartment mailboxes across the region to steal your personal information and feed it to identity thieves.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  photos  |  Community

LGBT Atlanta honors MLK with Rustin Lorde breakfast

LGBT Atlanta again celebrated the legacy of Martin Luther Ling, Jr., on Monday with the 16th Annual Rustin Lorde Breakfast in downtown Atlanta.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  photos  |  Nightlife

Ten celebrates four years in gay Atlanta nightlife

Ten Atlanta launched its romance with gay Atlanta four years ago and it's been one big boy buffet of Pride parties, holiday gatherings, glowing nights, vigils, patio parties and Britney bashes since.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  photos  |  Nightlife

Juju, Jasmine bring ‘Double Trouble’ to Burkhart’s

Burkhart's added some drag firepower to its Femme Fatale lineup on Friday, hosting 'RuPaul's Drag Race' favorites Jasmine Masters and Jujubee.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  Politics

Progressives push for LGBT-inclusive civil rights bill in Georgia

Georgia Equality and progressive allies went on the offensive, arguing that Georgia needs a statewide non-discrimination law and not another anti-LGBT 'religious freedom' bill.    READ MORE »


The best gay things to do in Atlanta MLK weekend

A packed weekend reminds us that it’s always better to be busy than bored. That won’t be a problem when ‘Winter Pride,’ Friday the 13th and the launch of a new networking group collide.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  Politics

Gov. Deal: Focus on future, not anti-LGBT bill

Gov. Nathan Deal's agenda for the new legislative session doesn't include a return to controversial anti-LGBT 'religious freedom' legislation that he vetoed just months ago.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  Politics

Georgia House Speaker strikes gay-inclusive tone

House Speaker David Ralston reached out to LGBT Georgians on Monday, a surprising nod to inclusion at a time of heightened anxiety over whether lawmakers will pursue anti-gay legislation.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  photos  |  Nightlife

Woofs scores with college championship party

Gay sports fans packed Woofs on Monday to watch Clemson score an upset – and last-second – win against Alabama to take the NCAA college football national championship.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  Politics

Josh McKoon launches his push for anti-LGBT bill

State Sen. Josh McKoon launched his push for 'religious freedom' legislation on Tuesday, ignoring past calls for LGBT protections as he tries for the fourth consecutive year to pass his bill.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  Politics

Georgia voters don’t support anti-LGBT bill

The fight against another anti-LGBT 'religious freedom' bill from state lawmakers gained a new ally: Georgia voters. They're telling lawmakers not to bother.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  Politics

Georgia GOP leaders reject anti-LGBT legislation

Top Republicans under the Gold Dome made it clear Thursday that 'religious freedom' and other anti-LGBT measures won’t be a priority during the legislative session that opens next week.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  Politics

Meet the gay Realtor running for Atlanta City Council

A gay Atlanta real estate agent is launching a campaign for the Atlanta City Council, hoping to continue a 20-year tradition of an LGBT person filling the District 6 post.    READ MORE »


The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

You’re a week in on those resolutions, and you’re doing great. Time for a reward. Atlanta’s LGBT weekend events have plenty of bonus incentives to tempt you out into the cold.    READ MORE »


Atlanta  |  photos  |  Nightlife

Eagle manhandles its way through New Year’s Eve

DJ Pat Scott took control of the Eagle's New Year's Eve celebration on Saturday, delivering a night like you'd expect from the man behind popular Halloween and Britney Spears bashes.    READ MORE »

 
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