Dos and don’ts of bringing a third into your love relationship

Dos and don’ts of bringing a third into your love relationship

It can feel rough when one party has to abide pre-arranged agreements set by two other people, but fair negotiations in polyamorous relationships is crucial.    READ MORE »

Wet Demons celebrate World Series berth with margarita bust
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Wet Demons celebrate World Series berth with margarita bust

The Wet Demons of the Hotlanta Softball League tossed back margaritas at Ten to toast a big gay softball accomplishment.    READ MORE »

Chick-fil-A defends funding anti-LGBTQ organizations

Chick-fil-A defends funding anti-LGBTQ organizations

Atlanta-based Chick-fil-A – under fire again over its funding of anti-LGBTQ organizations, including a youth home in Georgia – issued a rare statement explaining its charitable giving.    READ MORE »

Secretary of State candidate John Barrow defends LGBTQ record

Secretary of State candidate John Barrow defends LGBTQ record

John Barrow, a Democrat running for Georgia Secretary of State, opened up about why "religious freedom" bills are discriminatory and his support of marriage equality after voting to ban it in the 1990s.    READ MORE »

Atlanta queers hit these beaches near and far this summer

Atlanta queers hit these beaches near and far this summer

Yasss, Beach! It’s a less cruel, more queer summer on sandy shores near and far. Join us by the water by car in the Southeastern U.S., then jet with us to five global getaways.    READ MORE »

‘Appropriate’ summer look for your body is WTF you want without shame

‘Appropriate’ summer look for your body is WTF you want without shame

We interrupt this season to bring you a special message to remind you that in queer Atlanta, everybody has a summer body, no matter the shape, size or color.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

People, plays and performances await in an LGBTQ Atlanta calendar just teaming with weekend event options. Sit back, scroll down, and set your Queer Agenda by our watch.    READ MORE »

Coming out bi, trans, poz? When, why to share your queer truth

Coming out bi, trans, poz? When, why to share your queer truth

Full disclosure can be the right thing to do, but knowing the right timing and reasons to be upfront is trickier. Coming out gay, trans or poz in The Q advice column.    READ MORE »

Manifest celebrates anniversary with art party, push for PrEP clinic

Manifest celebrates anniversary with art party, push for PrEP clinic

Midtown sex club Manifest is throwing an anniversary party featuring erotic art from local artists. But it’s a planned push for a PrEP clinic that makes the event stand out from previous club endeavors.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta attorney nominated for Georgia Supreme Court

Gay Atlanta attorney nominated for Georgia Supreme Court

At least one gay attorney in metro Atlanta was among those nominated for a seat on the Georgia Supreme Court.    READ MORE »

Q magazine lays out LGBTQ-ATL’s beach escape plan

Q magazine lays out LGBTQ-ATL’s beach escape plan

Vacation season's in full swing, and queer Atlanta is ready to hit the beach. Whether in daydreams or actual destinations, visit locales near and far to fuel the fantasy.    READ MORE »

Gay Georgia GOP group backs Trump’s Supreme Court pick

Gay Georgia GOP group backs Trump’s Supreme Court pick

The Georgia Log Cabin Republicans voiced support for U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, with the group saying they 'believe marriage equality is here to stay.'    READ MORE »

Welcome back to the Atlanta gayborhood, Thomas Roberts

Welcome back to the Atlanta gayborhood, Thomas Roberts

Out former MSNBC and CNN anchor Thomas Roberts is returning to Atlanta to become an evening anchor at CBS46.    READ MORE »

Peanuts strip comes full queer circle in ‘Dog Sees God’

Peanuts strip comes full queer circle in ‘Dog Sees God’

The lessons and characters of the beloved comic featuring Snoopy and his friends are all grown up as disenfranchised youth in the thoroughly modern 'Dog Sees God' at Out Front.    READ MORE »

Meet the first LGBTQ liaison for Atlanta’s city jail

Meet the first LGBTQ liaison for Atlanta’s city jail

Capt. Kamula McKnight-Butler’s official title is day watch commander for the Atlanta Department of Corrections. But she’s sometimes better known by her other role: the city’s first LGBTQ Corrections liaison.    READ MORE »

The Other Show lights up Fridays at Midtown Tavern

The Other Show lights up Fridays at Midtown Tavern

If it’s Friday night at Midtown Tavern, that means another red hot edition of the celebrated drag revue The Other Show.    READ MORE »

Volleyball jocks hoist pre-tourney margaritas at Ten
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Volleyball jocks hoist pre-tourney margaritas at Ten

The setters, servers and spikers of the Hotlanta Volleyball Association held a margarita bust fundraiser at Ten on Saturday.    READ MORE »

When your partner is a control freak, it’s time to talk

When your partner is a control freak, it’s time to talk

If you find yourself always doing what they want with no reciprocation or compromise for what you want, ever, you're not their partner. You're their pet. Here are some suggestions.    READ MORE »

10 LGBTQ books to edify and inspire you this summer

10 LGBTQ books to edify and inspire you this summer

Reading is fundamental to your queer life, and there's just something special about a summer read to take you on far flung destinations without ever leaving home.    READ MORE »

Atlanta earmarks $100,000 to combat city’s HIV crisis
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Atlanta earmarks $100,000 to combat city’s HIV crisis

In the midst of an epidemic, Atlanta for the first time ever allocated money in the city budget to fight HIV/AIDS.    READ MORE »

 
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