Gay Midtown man arrested for murdering his brother

Gay Midtown man arrested for murdering his brother

A gay Atlanta hairstylist is accused of shooting and killing his older brother in Midtown. Phestamone Luangkhot remains in Fulton County Jail.    READ MORE »

DJ Joe G helps celebrate 27 years of Heretic magic this weekend

DJ Joe G helps celebrate 27 years of Heretic magic this weekend

When Heretic turns 27 this weekend, it’s due to an adaptability, an inclusive roster of events, and a welcoming attitude no matter what shifts and trends come and go.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Gear up. The busiest weekend of holiday parties in the LGBT-ATL starts now. Scan through the Queer Agenda calendar of LGBTQ events before you don your gay apparel.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ ‘hero’ Joan Garner honored in Super Bowl art project

LGBTQ ‘hero’ Joan Garner honored in Super Bowl art project

Joan Garner, the late Fulton commissioner, is being honored with a mural saluting her work for LGBTQ rights and against HIV/AIDS as part of an art project ahead of Super Bowl LIII.    READ MORE »

Georgia House speaker shoots down ‘religious freedom’ bills

Georgia House speaker shoots down ‘religious freedom’ bills

House Speaker David Ralston said he has “serious concerns” about anti-LGBTQ “religious freedom” legislation and undercut the main argument other GOP lawmakers have made in support of it.    READ MORE »

Q magazine lays out holiday party time in queer Atlanta

Q magazine lays out holiday party time in queer Atlanta

Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Agnostic, Atheist, Wiccan or otherwise, it’s time to party in the LGBTQ-ATL. Everyone's invited to many versions of Festivus for the rest of us.    READ MORE »

Daddies and jocks fill Heretic for a holiday DILF

Daddies and jocks fill Heretic for a holiday DILF

The DILF party series returned to Heretic on Friday for a night of men in jocks. It was an underwear-jock edition of the party from event promoter Joe Whitaker.    READ MORE »

Bad Santas raise AIDS Vaccine 200 money at Woofs

Bad Santas raise AIDS Vaccine 200 money at Woofs

Bad Santas did good on Dec. 6 at an annual fundraiser for the AIDS Vaccine 200 at Woofs.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta chamber toasts holidays with tasty treats

Gay Atlanta chamber toasts holidays with tasty treats

The Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce's final networking night of the year was a festive one featuring savory delights and sweet treats from Atlanta LGBTQ and ally chefs.    READ MORE »

So you think you’re an LGBTQ ally? 10 things you should know

So you think you’re an LGBTQ ally? 10 things you should know

From sexuality vs. gender to role playing, from embracing non-binary and preferred pronouns, to rejecting tired assumptions and straight-splaining, these are the ways allies can really help.    READ MORE »

Speedo Santas ‘pose’ in Midtown charity run

Speedo Santas ‘pose’ in Midtown charity run

Men and women braved the bitter cold in Midtown on Saturday for the 10th Annual Atlanta Santa Speedo Run.    READ MORE »

My Sister’s Room moving to bigger Midtown space
News  |  Nightlife

My Sister’s Room moving to bigger Midtown space

Popular lesbian bar My Sister’s Room will have a new home in 2019, doubling its space and throwing open the door just in time for a weeklong festival celebrating the Super Bowl in Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Kevin Hart, comedy and what queer audiences should care about more

Kevin Hart, comedy and what queer audiences should care about more

We are confronted with exclusion, indifference and marginalization, but part of being queer is picking our fights. There's a better way to push lasting change in entertainment.    READ MORE »

Student accuses gay Morehouse professor of sexual harassment

Student accuses gay Morehouse professor of sexual harassment

A former Morehouse student is suing the school for failing to help after a professor allegedly groped him. The professor said students are targeting him because he is gay.    READ MORE »

Touch myself: Pleasuring our way past pesky sexual hang-ups

Touch myself: Pleasuring our way past pesky sexual hang-ups

"I love sex. Show me a person, and right or wrong, I decide within milliseconds what they look like naked, whether or not I’d do them, and how it would be if I did."    READ MORE »

Faith vs. fear in a queer game of ‘Would You Rather?’

Faith vs. fear in a queer game of ‘Would You Rather?’

Which is worse: Crossing the line, or staring at the line forever? Tips for the raging would-you-rather battle between courage of convictions vs. fear of being wrong.    READ MORE »

How categorizing queers leaves little room to fall for actual humans

How categorizing queers leaves little room to fall for actual humans

Labels are often used to identify, differentiate and separate people, often with serving to disconnect us from each other and from meaningful relationships. Where's the love?    READ MORE »

LGBTQ lawmaker boycotting ‘hateful’ Brian Kemp’s speech
News  |  Politics

LGBTQ lawmaker boycotting ‘hateful’ Brian Kemp’s speech

Bisexual state Rep. Renitta Shannon said Brian Kemp ran a “campaign of hate” in the gubernatorial election, so she’s boycotting the Republican’s first major speech as governor-elect.    READ MORE »

Miss Sophia defends Kevin Hart, says he respects LGBTQ people

Miss Sophia defends Kevin Hart, says he respects LGBTQ people

Popular Atlanta drag queen and radio personality Miss Sophia defended Kevin Hart as the comedian and actor faces a firestorm of controversy over past homophobic tweets and his selection as Oscars host.    READ MORE »

‘Tis the season to stop feeling queer guilt

‘Tis the season to stop feeling queer guilt

Holiday guilt can take many forms. People can feel a responsibility for gifts, visits, or especially for LGBTQ folks, bearing seasonal shame and holiday contrition.    READ MORE »

 
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