Vandals burn gay Pride flag at metro Atlanta home

Vandals attacked the home of a lesbian in Forsyth County overnight Monday, burning a gay Pride flag and damaging her car and yard, police said.    READ MORE »

Art fest puts the gay in Old Fourth Ward Park

If there’s an festival, gay and lesbian weekenders are there. That goes double if it’s put on by the gay-founded Atlanta Foundation for Public Spaces. Let the sun shine on Old Fourth Ward Arts Festival.    READ MORE »

Burkhart’s County Fair dunks queens for charity

A Sunday of perfect summer weather capping off a jubilant Stonewall Weekend called for putting a little Georgia back into the celebration. Enter the booths, food and fun of an old-timey County Fair.    READ MORE »

Eagle serves up sexy construction worker theme

If hard hats and safety vests get your motor going, denim and work boots make you swoon, and a little plaid goes a long way, Bar Code Saturday at Atlanta Eagle is the night for you.    READ MORE »

Let’s talk about the sexiest #instagay couple ever

Just another morning thumbing through your feed for inspiration or a reason to stay in bed. That is, until you see Nick and Justin. Sure, they have each other, but thanks to Instagram, you have them too.    READ MORE »

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LGBT Augusta parades its powerful Pride

As if you need another sign that the LGBT movement is moving ever forward, gay Georgia’s own Augusta and the smiling faces of its ever-expanding Pride festival and parade deliver.    READ MORE »

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Fulton County marries its first gay couples

One of the stops for some on the marriage celebration train in Atlanta on Friday was the Fulton County Courthouse, where couples and judges lined up to be part of the big day.    READ MORE »

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Gay Atlanta takes marriage rally to the streets

A national flood of emotion over Friday’s Supreme Court ruling to legalize marriage for gay couples turned into a local flood of LGBT partiers to the corner of 10th and Piedmont Streets in Midtown.    READ MORE »

Marriage decision rolls into raucous Atlanta rally

Excitement only grew on Friday as Decision Day in Atlanta moved from morning jubilation to afternoon exultation as gay Atlanta took its reaction to legal marriage equality en masse to downtown.    READ MORE »

Supreme Court: Gay marriage now legal in Georgia

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 on Friday that the 14th Amendment requires states to marry gay couples and to recognize out-of-state marriages among LGBT couples.    READ MORE »

Anti-gay bullies now play victim on gay marriage

Holy Haters in Georgia, once so comfortable bullying people with their anti-gay marriage opposition, are about to lose. So now they are playing victim, complaining that everyone is bullying them.    READ MORE »

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The traditional Stonewall Weekend adds Pride to your calendar in a big way. Stonewall summits, shows and special LGBT events rock the local landscape and lay down Southern Fried Queer Pride.    READ MORE »

Interactive map tracks HIV in Atlanta by zip code

The local HIV epidemic gets a powerful visual update on an interactive map that details zip code by zip code the highest numbers of HIV-positive residents radiating outward across the region.    READ MORE »

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Gay jocks show their Pride in Piedmont Park run

With tank tops, headbands and even strollers, nearly 300 people laced up and jogged their way through the 25th Annual Atlanta Pride Run & Walk on Saturday.    READ MORE »

Equality to ring 11K gay wedding bells in Georgia

Anticipation over marriage equality in all 50 states mounts with every Supreme Court decision day that passes. With final word days away, Georgia stands ready to rake in the love — and the cash.    READ MORE »

Reed: Firing chief over anti-gay book ‘right call’

Mayor Kasim Reed invoked an anticipated ruling from the Supreme Court legalizing gay marriage as one more example of why he made the right call in firing his fire chief over his anti-gay book.    READ MORE »

Anti-gay KKK fliers distributed in metro Atlanta

The Ku Klux Klan distributed racist and anti-gay fliers over the weekend in neighborhoods in Atlanta and Rockdale County, prompting residents and one sheriff to speak out in disgust.    READ MORE »

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Two Atlantans win LGBT Point Scholarships

Two students with deep metro Atlanta roots are among the 2015 recipients of coveted annual scholarships doled out by big-money benefactor the Point Foundation.    READ MORE »

Elton John, Sam Smith put gay in Music Midtown

When it’s not infuriating some in the gayborhood and providing days of entertainment to others, Music Midtown is bringing biggest-name talent to Atlanta. For 2015, it also brings some of the gayest.    READ MORE »

Fulton to audit how it lost millions for HIV efforts

Fulton County has launched an internal audit to figure out why its health department squandered millions of dollars in federal funds to combat HIV with the hopes that it can recoup some of the money.    READ MORE »