Faith vs. fear in a queer game of ‘Would You Rather?’

Faith vs. fear in a queer game of ‘Would You Rather?’

Which is worse: Crossing the line, or staring at the line forever? Tips for the raging would-you-rather battle between courage of convictions vs. fear of being wrong.    READ MORE »

How categorizing queers leaves little room to fall for actual humans

How categorizing queers leaves little room to fall for actual humans

Labels are often used to identify, differentiate and separate people, often with serving to disconnect us from each other and from meaningful relationships. Where's the love?    READ MORE »

LGBTQ lawmaker boycotting ‘hateful’ Brian Kemp’s speech
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LGBTQ lawmaker boycotting ‘hateful’ Brian Kemp’s speech

Bisexual state Rep. Renitta Shannon said Brian Kemp ran a “campaign of hate” in the gubernatorial election, so she’s boycotting the Republican’s first major speech as governor-elect.    READ MORE »

Miss Sophia defends Kevin Hart, says he respects LGBTQ people

Miss Sophia defends Kevin Hart, says he respects LGBTQ people

Popular Atlanta drag queen and radio personality Miss Sophia defended Kevin Hart as the comedian and actor faces a firestorm of controversy over past homophobic tweets and his selection as Oscars host.    READ MORE »

‘Tis the season to stop feeling queer guilt

‘Tis the season to stop feeling queer guilt

Holiday guilt can take many forms. People can feel a responsibility for gifts, visits, or especially for LGBTQ folks, bearing seasonal shame and holiday contrition.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ and allied singers release sounds of the season

LGBTQ and allied singers release sounds of the season

Chely Wright, Levi Kreis, Pentatonix and artists like Katy Perry popular with LGBTQ fans put out new holiday music for 2018 that put a queer twist. We're listening.    READ MORE »

Transgender housing initiative hits major fundraising milestone

Transgender housing initiative hits major fundraising milestone

Four years into a $50,000 capital campaign, an Atlanta organization dedicated to providing safe housing for transgender and gender non-conforming people reached its goal.    READ MORE »

Syphilis infections soar among gay, bisexual men

Syphilis infections soar among gay, bisexual men

New cases of syphilis nationwide have skyrocketed nationwide in the last five years, and gay and bisexual men are responsible for nearly 70 percent of new infections, according to a new report.    READ MORE »

Awesome electronics for techies and the technically challenged

Awesome electronics for techies and the technically challenged

We’re here, we’re queer and we’re throwing down gift ideas for family to fr-amily, sweeties to frenemies, and maybe a little something for yourself. Like these tech gifts.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

It’s holiday party time in the Queer Agenda of LGBTQ Atlanta events. Don your gay apparel for milestones, meetings and merriment around town this weekend.    READ MORE »

Saturnalia returns for holiday fun at Heretic

Saturnalia returns for holiday fun at Heretic

The latest party from the crew at Saturnalia had a holiday theme fit for the season at Heretic on Saturday.    READ MORE »

World AIDS Day gala inspires at Georgia Aquarium

World AIDS Day gala inspires at Georgia Aquarium

Impulse Group Atlanta, which focuses its stop-HIV efforts on black gay men, hosted its annual World AIDS Day gala Saturday at the Georgia Aquarium.    READ MORE »

Stuff their stocking with little extras from cute to extravagant

Stuff their stocking with little extras from cute to extravagant

We’re here, we’re queer and we’re throwing down gift ideas for family to fr-amily, sweeties to frenemies, and maybe a little something for yourself. Like these on-point stocking stuffers.    READ MORE »

Trans Atlanta activist fights against injustice with light
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Trans Atlanta activist fights against injustice with light

Toni-Michelle Williams’ Twitter bio says it all: “LGBT activist and advocate, entertainer, community mobilizer and motivationalist!” She says most of all, you gotta have hope.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta marches through December to a beat in Q magazine

Queer Atlanta marches through December to a beat in Q magazine

Pa rum pa pum pum. The rhythm you hear is this latest issue of Q coming with sounds of the season, signs of the times, and to the distinct beat of LGBTQ-ATL's own drummer.    READ MORE »

Lost N Found ousts executive director in restructuring

Lost N Found ousts executive director in restructuring

Lost N Found pushed out its interim executive director after less than five months on the job, another shakeup in the non-profit that cares for LGBTQ homeless youth.    READ MORE »

Red Dress Tea Dance gives back at BJ Roosters

Red Dress Tea Dance gives back at BJ Roosters

Those drag queen do-gooders at the Atlanta Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence awarded a series of grants on Saturday to help fight HIV/AIDS.    READ MORE »

Mary’s throws 20th anniversary flashback dance party

Mary’s throws 20th anniversary flashback dance party

The little East Atlanta gay bar that could celebrated its 20th anniversary on Friday with a blowout flashback dance party.    READ MORE »

Don’t forget the dog with these perfect pooch presents

Don’t forget the dog with these perfect pooch presents

Letting Fido in on the merriment with pet gifts is just one idea in this year's Q Holiday Gift Guide. Dozens of options await in multiple categories from queer-friendly retailers.    READ MORE »

Fur Ball Masquerade supports ‘pet’ cause

Fur Ball Masquerade supports ‘pet’ cause

The animal lovers at Pets Are Loving Support threw a black tie optional shindig at the Fox Theatre to benefit the popular group’s cause.    READ MORE »

 
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