Gay sports fans do Super Bowl with Woof’s

Gay Atlanta got its game on with burgers and wings and more on Sunday as it watched Super Bowl 50 – and yes, even some Beyoncé – at its favorite gay sports hangout Woof's.    READ MORE »


Ten parties into Mardi Gras with Masquerade Ball

Never one to miss a party, Ten Atlanta pulled on its masks and beads to celebrate Mardi Gras on Saturday with its Masquerade Ball at the popular Midtown nightspot.    READ MORE »


Gay Atlanta rallies against anti-gay legislation

Some 150 LGBT activists and progressive supporters braved freezing temperatures and a dusting of snow to rally against a slate of anti-gay bills at the State Capitol on Tuesday.    READ MORE »


Lawmakers refuse to protect LGBT Georgians

A Georgia House panel rejected efforts to expand a sweeping civil rights bill that bans discrimination in public accommodations to include LGBT people, the disabled and veterans.    READ MORE »


HRC Atlanta throws ‘Superhero’ strike for equality

Atlanta supporters of the Human Rights Campaign grabbed their balls, pulled on their superhero best and bowled for equality on Saturday at Midtown Bowl.    READ MORE »


House subcommittee rejects LGBT protections

A Georgia House subcommittee voted down protections for LGBT people, the disabled, veterans and women during a brief hearing on Monday.    READ MORE »


Latrice Royale gets ‘Femme’ with Burkhart’s fans

Latrice Royale unleashed her drag on gay Atlanta on Friday, delivering exactly what she promised to a crowded Femme Fatale show at Burkhart's.    READ MORE »


Gay jocks throw Super Bowl party at Blake’s

The gay jocks of the National Flag Football League of Atlanta went for a win of their own on Sunday, turning the Super Bowl into their own party and registration drive.    READ MORE »


Fulton fights HIV by opening no-cost PrEP clinic

Fulton health officials openly embraced PrEP for HIV prevention on Friday, launching a new clinic for the once-a-day pill to combat the virus among high-risk groups, including gay men.    READ MORE »


Black gay men with HIV receive less medical care

Black gay men with HIV are less likely than whites and Hispanics to receive consistent care, which would keep them healthier and less likely to infect others with the virus.    READ MORE »


Bill protecting pastors from gay marriage OK’d

A bill that would reaffirm that pastors in Georgia can refuse to perform gay marriages breezed through a House subcommittee on Thursday with a few tweaks to address the concerns of LGBT activists.    READ MORE »


The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

If you’re in this life for some fun, we are ready for you with the real Gay Agenda. Dive into our weekly roundup of LGBT events for parties, shows and gatherings that pour the gay all over your weekend.    READ MORE »


Latrice Royale ready to unleash her drag on gay Atlanta

It's been more than a year since the drag force that is Latrice Royale last landed in Atlanta. But the 'RuPual's Drag Race' Season 4 finalist is back and ready to deliver some 'good ol' drag' to her fans.    READ MORE »


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Bucks train their jocks ahead of new season

The Atlanta Bucks put down their tiara and bedazzled ball on Saturday so they could pull on their shorts and cleats for a skills session with rookies and veterans alike ahead of their new season.    READ MORE »


Atlanta queen picked for ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’

Atlanta native and now Savannah living queen Dax Exclamationpoint is the latest local gal to go big with 'RuPaul's Drag Race,' nailing a spot on the 12-person cast for the show's upcoming Season 8.    READ MORE »


Oh Myyy, George Takei blasts Georgia’s anti-gay bills

Sci-fi legend and LGBT activist George Takei took a swipe at anti-gay 'religious freedom' measures facing Georgia lawmakers, calling them Jim Crow laws and hinting at a travel boycott if the bills become law.    READ MORE »


Fight over anti-gay bills heats up at Capitol

Pastors and rabbis, anti-gay lawmakers, LGBT activists and even gay Republicans squared off Tuesday over several 'religious freedom' bills dominating the legislative session.    READ MORE »


Charlotte tries to ease tensions over LGBT protections

More than 200 people gathered in Charlotte on Monday for a community conversation on proposed LGBT-inclusive non-discrimination ordinances rejected by city leaders last year and up for a potential vote this month.    READ MORE »


This guy makes your morning coffee even hotter

With his morning coffee wearing his onesie –and often much, much less – or posing and flexing in the gym, Alec Varcas does most anything with smoldering sex appeal.    READ MORE »


Lawmakers hold surprise hearing on anti-gay bill

Republicans in the Georgia Senate engaged in legislative trickery on Monday, holding a hearing on one of the most anti-gay bills in the legislature with little notice and then adjourning just minutes later.    READ MORE »

 
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