10 biggest LGBTQ issues remaining as midterm elections loom

10 biggest LGBTQ issues remaining as midterm elections loom

You've got issues. No, not that kind. First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes this crop of queer equality struggles that still need resolving as voters go to the polls in 2018.    READ MORE »

Singer Matt Brooker to transform Ten into cabaret club

Singer Matt Brooker to transform Ten into cabaret club

A cabaret is coming to Midtown, and Ten undergoes a transformation for the occasion. For one night, the bar turns into aa cabaret club setting for Matt Brooker’s official solo debut.    READ MORE »

Oh the tangled web when we aim to have sex with coworkers

Oh the tangled web when we aim to have sex with coworkers

The thrill of office-party hookups, interoffice flirting and longterm secret affairs between coworkers is gone when the jig is up, or the participants realize they don't see eye to eye on what's happening.    READ MORE »

Atlanta United to celebrate diverse fanbase with Unity Night

Atlanta United to celebrate diverse fanbase with Unity Night

Atlanta United is recognizing its diverse fanbase with Unity Night during its June 24 match against Portland, with the team's LGBTQ fan group preparing for a big celebration.    READ MORE »

Get to know Atlanta’s LGBTQ candidates before Tuesday’s vote

Get to know Atlanta’s LGBTQ candidates before Tuesday’s vote

In a world where queer-identified people are under attack in every arena — be it in the courts, in state Capitols, in Congress, in the workplace and more — LGBTQ representation matters now more than ever.    READ MORE »

First openly transgender man graduates from Spelman

First openly transgender man graduates from Spelman

Keo Chaad O’Neal became the first openly transgender man to graduate from Spelman College, according to a Sunday night tweet from the groundbreaking history major.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

It’s beginning to feel a lot like summer. Everywhere you go, humidity and heat say it’s time for shorts and a slate of LGBTQ events. Weigh your options on the weekly Queer Agenda calendar.    READ MORE »

Gaylaxicon geeks show off sci-fi looks at OutlantaCon fashion show

Gaylaxicon geeks show off sci-fi looks at OutlantaCon fashion show

What better way to celebrate OutlantaCon’s 10th annual sci-fi/fantasy gathering Gaylaxicon than with a fashion show? How about one hosted by Atlanta Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence?    READ MORE »

Genderqueer person killed during argument in Northwest Atlanta

Genderqueer person killed during argument in Northwest Atlanta

Friends and family of Nino Fortson are grieving after the early Sunday morning shooting death of the gender nonconforming Atlanta resident, a member of the local ballroom scene.    READ MORE »

Her revolutionary path forged in evolutionary, incremental changes

Her revolutionary path forged in evolutionary, incremental changes

Personal stories help normalize experiences of someone perceived as different, and they're especially helpful when it comes to people understanding the transgender experience. Here's mine.    READ MORE »

Q magazine profiles Georgia’s LGBTQ candidates and issues

Q magazine profiles Georgia’s LGBTQ candidates and issues

Wonder queer powers, activate! With voting in Georgia set for Tuesday, May 22, it's time to engage our LGBTQ super powers at a crucial time in Atlanta history. This issue of Q gets you ready.    READ MORE »

LGBTs rally for ally Lindy Miller for Public Service Commission

LGBTs rally for ally Lindy Miller for Public Service Commission

The short answer as to why LGBTQ voters should care about candidates running for Georgia Public Service Commission is simple: The PSC regulates the utility industry, so its issues affect us all.    READ MORE »

Rainbow Trout host sunny, skimpy margarita bust at Ten

Rainbow Trout host sunny, skimpy margarita bust at Ten

The jocks of the Atlanta Rainbow Trout love a good splash in the pool, but they also enjoy a cocktail and fundraiser, as they showed at Ten this weekend with a sunny, skimpy margarita bust.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Pride Blondie concert for Stonewall Month cancelled

Atlanta Pride Blondie concert for Stonewall Month cancelled

June’s highly anticipated Atlanta Pride show featuring legendary rock band Blondie won’t take place. Ticket holders got a disappointing e-mail from Fox Theatre’s automated system on Tuesday.    READ MORE »

Bottoms joins Mayors Against LGBT Discrimination

Bottoms joins Mayors Against LGBT Discrimination

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms on Tuesday announced her enrollment in a coalition dedicated to securing LGBT-inclusive nondiscrimination protections at all levels of government.    READ MORE »

City of Atlanta won’t have to pay for rainbow crosswalks damage

City of Atlanta won’t have to pay for rainbow crosswalks damage

City of Atlanta officials say repairs to the celebrated rainbow crosswalks earlier this year were paid for by AT&T and not the city after the company dug up part of the site.    READ MORE »

Stacey Abrams endorsed by Georgia Stonewall Democrats

Stacey Abrams endorsed by Georgia Stonewall Democrats

Stacey Abrams scooped up another statewide LGBTQ organization’s endorsement on Friday, picking up the support of Georgia Stonewall Democrats.    READ MORE »

Outlantacon inspires fantasies for queer cosplay looks

Outlantacon inspires fantasies for queer cosplay looks

The LGBTQ geeks of OutlantaCon are ready to play their parts during the annual event taking place this weekend. Here are some ideas for the Galactic Couture and Project Cosplay breakouts.    READ MORE »

Meet seven queer dancers putting the moves on Atlanta

Meet seven queer dancers putting the moves on Atlanta

Whatever makes being queer align so often with artistry, it’s an undeniably frequent combination. When it manifests through us with our own bodies as the instruments, it’s a special kind magic.    READ MORE »

Stacey Abrams takes campaign to LGBTQ-owned Charis Books

Stacey Abrams takes campaign to LGBTQ-owned Charis Books

Stacey Abrams took her campaign for governor – and her new book on leadership – to the LGBTQ-owned feminist store Charis Books & More on Wednesday.    READ MORE »

 
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