The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

When it’s time to let it all go for the week and get down to the real business of weekend release, the Gay Agenda of LGBT Atlanta events has the parties, shows and gatherings to cure what ails you.    READ MORE »


TV dad Todd Chrisley might be a drag queen

"Chrisley Knows Best" patriarch Todd Chrisley doesn't have time to be gay, but that doesn't mean this Atlanta TV dad can't channel his inner drag queen with a knack for pageants.    READ MORE »


Atlanta fights gay ex-cop over on-duty injuries

A lesbian former Atlanta police officer gravely wounded in a shooting says the city refuses to pay for a surgery needed to relieve chronic pain in her injured arm.    READ MORE »


Gay marriage backers rally against Georgia ban

More than 100 people rallied for gay marriage alongside a host of clergy members and elected officials on Thursday outside Atlanta City Hall, hoping to convince the state to drop its ban on same-sex marriages.    READ MORE »


Sam Olens: Gay Georgians don’t deserve marriage

Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens continues to defend the state's gay marriage ban, arguing in a new legal filing that the fundamental right to marry shouldn't be extended to gay couples.    READ MORE »


This home is pure Craftsman real estate porn

If this 1910 slice of dream home perfection in Kirkwood wasn’t quite ready for its closeup in 2011, the gay couple bidding it a fond farewell have added all the updates you’re going to need. Come inside.    READ MORE »


Stripper helps rob, assault Atlanta trans woman

A 21-year-old transgender Atlanta woman says she was robbed of $500 by a longtime friend and attacked by that woman's boyfriend after they arrived home from a road trip to Alabama.    READ MORE »


Hotlanta Softball team wins World Series crown

Hotlanta Softball brought home a national title after its Atlanta Showstoppers won at the Gay Softball World Series, marking the first-ever time a gay Atlanta team captured the B Division crown.    READ MORE »


15 couples raise bar on gay Halloween costumes

Your challenge, should you choose to accept it, is to out-do the gay Halloween costumes that your Atlanta brethren are already cooking up. And hurry. The parties are about to kick into overdrive.    READ MORE »


Watch RuPaul rock Ponce as queen of ‘80s ATL

Everybody knows ‘90s RuPaul and the “Drag Race” one who we can’t wait to see return. You may even know that bit of ‘80s RuPaul who worked a B52s video. Now footage reveals where it all began.    READ MORE »


This hot cop is how you get gays to Dunwoody

Dunwoody typically isn't high on the list of places to live for gay Atlanta guys. But with hottie police officers like this, it might just get more desirable.    READ MORE »


This happens when models play with their hoses

Tyra Banks set aside the gay kerfuffle and delivered what "America's Next Top Model" fans really want: Her hunks stripped down and playing with their hoses.    READ MORE »


Grady, Emory hospitals among best for the gays

Just seven hospitals in Georgia – including Grady and Emory – notched perfect scores for caring for LGBT patients, their families and staff in a new report from HRC.    READ MORE »


Get ready to rally for marriage, gay Atlanta

Attorney General Sam Olens, too busy writing that gay marriage isn't a "fundamental right" in Georgia, wouldn't meet with LGBT activists the last time they rallied. So they're trying again.    READ MORE »


Honey Boo Boo, ATL queens do Sunday Funday

That gay loving Georgia cherub Honey Boo Boo just can't get enough of some drag queens. She and the cast of her hit reality show descended on a metro Atlanta gay bar on Sunday for a gay wedding.    READ MORE »


Thousands help fight HIV at AIDS Walk Atlanta

Nearly 700 runners, hundreds more walkers, 1,200 volunteers and a gorgeous fall day helped make Sunday's 24th AIDS Walk Atlanta & 5K Run a rousing success.    READ MORE »


Gay circus comes out for Legendary ‘Freakshow’

Atlanta gays revved up their Halloween costume engines on Saturday with a Legendary Children theme night. The drag-art collective’s Freakshow brought sideshow curiosities to the Masquerade.    READ MORE »


Big Gay Ice Cream brings its sweet treats to ATL

If you’re craving a mouthful of a “Salty Pimp” or always want to lick a “Bea Arthur,” your dream comes true when NYC’s Big Gay Ice Cream truck makes an Atlanta stop on Monday and Tuesday.    READ MORE »


A Yankee noob’s take on Atlanta Pride

When I moved from Boston to Atlanta last year, I knew I was riding out of a gay-rights bastion into the front lines. So this Yankee hit my first Atlanta Pride with the enthusiasm of Sherman aiming for the sea.    READ MORE »


21 reasons to hit the streets for AIDS Walk

Hundreds in gay Atlanta know that getting up for Sunday’s AIDS Walk will be the most rewarding thing they do all day. Hundreds more trying to ignore it are why we still need it. Here are 21 more.    READ MORE »

 
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