Atlanta’s gay football jocks closed out their regular season on Saturday, which means a three-week sprint to crown its season champion. And a pageant. These are gay jocks, after all.
The finale for the National Flag Football League of Atlanta included a slate of games at Boulevard Crossing Park capped with a beer bust at Frogs in Midtown. The league prepped for the season with skills sessions in late February and hit the field in March.
On June 9, the league opens Round One of its playoffs with five games. Also Saturday, NFFLA hosts its Ladies of the League Pageant at Jungle. The event, which raises funds for the HIV charities of the Armorettes, puts it players in drag to hit the stage.
In addition to hosts AID Atlanta, these LGBTQ and queer-inclusive orgs are scheduled to walk proud for your worthy donations at AIDS Walk Atlanta & 5K Run on Sunday, Oct. 21. READ MORE »
First-time candidate Jen Slipakoff is running for a state House seat in Cobb for several reasons, but the initial motivation was to protect the rights of her transgender daughter and LGBTQ people across Georgia. READ MORE »
You just knew Blake's on the Park was going to be packing people in with its proximity to Atlanta Pride, and that was definitely the case on Oct. 13. READ MORE »
A 28-year-old DeKalb County teacher accused of having sex with a male student was found dead Wednesday after he apparently shot himself in his car. READ MORE »
Fall's never-ending schedule continues with shows, sports, soirees and special events and guest stars in Atlanta's most comprehensive LGBTQ events calendar, the Queer Agenda. READ MORE »