Flag football jocks and their tank tops toast new season

Flag football jocks and their tank tops toast new season

A telltale sign that spring has sprung? Gay boys in tank tops. Pitchers full of margaritas. And the deck at Zocalo overflowing with flag football jocks and their athletic supporters.    READ MORE »

Georgia Senate panel approves ban on LGBT adoptions

Georgia Senate panel approves ban on LGBT adoptions

A Georgia Senate committee amended a bill modernizing the state’s adoption laws to allow agencies to discriminate against LGBT people seeking adoptions.    READ MORE »

Georgia lawmakers consider attack on LGBT adoptions

Georgia lawmakers consider attack on LGBT adoptions

LGBT activists warned late Thursday that a Georgia Senate committee is considering adding language to a bill that would allow adoption agencies to discriminate against LGBT parents.    READ MORE »

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

After hopefully winter’s last blast, step into spring with LGBT events for every ilk and taste. Check these parties, plays and pastimes.    READ MORE »

Bubba Bang makes the bears dance at Eagle

Bubba Bang makes the bears dance at Eagle

The big bear dance party Bubba Bang muscled its way into the Eagle to provide a night of furry fun on Saturday.    READ MORE »

Atlanta United offers replacement for anti-gay chant

Atlanta United offers replacement for anti-gay chant

Atlanta United denounced fans that chanted an anti-gay slur during the team's home opener earlier this month. Now, the professional soccer franchise is offering an alternative.    READ MORE »

Tony Moran makes Jungle thump all night long

Tony Moran makes Jungle thump all night long

DJ legend Tony Moran returned to one of his favorite gay Atlanta party spots and made Jungle buzz all Saturday night long.    READ MORE »

Wussy needs your help to create a queer new home

Wussy needs your help to create a queer new home

When they’re not throwing the queerest prom in Atlanta or giving us an edgy look at Atlanta life, the group behind Wussy is working on turning their growing presence into an actual physical space.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta man guilty of fraud, embezzling $520,000

Gay Atlanta man guilty of fraud, embezzling $520,000

A gay Atlanta man who once pleaded guilty to child cruelty after sex with an underage teen is headed to federal prison for posing as a real estate investor and embezzling funds from four apartment complexes.    READ MORE »

Woman pleads guilty to killing Lateasha Shuntel

Woman pleads guilty to killing Lateasha Shuntel

The woman charged with administering a silicone injection that killed popular Atlanta transgender performer Lateasha Shuntel pleaded guilty to eight felonies related to her death and injections to other people.    READ MORE »

Raja worked a weekend of crowds at Burkhart’s

Raja worked a weekend of crowds at Burkhart’s

'RuPaul's Drag Race' winner Raja shacked up with Burkhart's for a weekend of drag-good times in gay Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Atlanta’s LGBT-friendly U.S. attorney survives Trump purge

Atlanta’s LGBT-friendly U.S. attorney survives Trump purge

The top federal prosecutor in North Georgia – who last year launched a special unit to investigate civil rights complaints – will remain in office despite the purge of U.S. attorneys by the Trump administration.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Fed Bank taps gay black man as new CEO

Atlanta Fed Bank taps gay black man as new CEO

The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta selected a professor, economist and former federal housing official as its new president, marking the first-ever time that an openly gay black man has been named to lead a regional Federal Reserve Bank.    READ MORE »

‘Religious freedom’ backer threatens last-ditch effort for bill

‘Religious freedom’ backer threatens last-ditch effort for bill

The sponsor of a controversial 'religious freedom' bill says he's trying to amend the legislation to any bill he can in the closing days of the Georgia General Assembly.    READ MORE »

Gay-owned Plaza Theatre staying put after sale

Gay-owned Plaza Theatre staying put after sale

The retail center that houses the iconic and gay-owned Plaza Theatre was sold to a North Carolina developer but the theater's owner said the sale won't impact his operations.    READ MORE »

Court rules against Georgia woman fired for being gay

Court rules against Georgia woman fired for being gay

A three-judge panel of a federal appeals court rejected the case of a security guard at a Georgia hospital who sued when she was fired for being gay.    READ MORE »

Lost N Found searching for drop-in center, permanent home

Lost N Found searching for drop-in center, permanent home

Lost N Found Youth could be close to finding a new home for its drop-in center, one that would be open 24 hours a day and better able to handle the more 500 visits the current center is now seeing monthly.    READ MORE »

Georgia lawmaker introduces LGBT-inclusive hate crime bill

Georgia lawmaker introduces LGBT-inclusive hate crime bill

A state lawmaker wants to replace the hate crime law Georgia once had, introducing an LGBT-inclusive bill to spark a conversation about protecting marginalized groups that are targets for violence.    READ MORE »

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Special guest stars and big parties light up the night, while gay jocks blow out the day when LGBT Atlanta events take on the weekend, grab it by the shoulders and shake it until the fun falls out.    READ MORE »

Fulton partners with Morehouse to bring PrEP to campus

Fulton partners with Morehouse to bring PrEP to campus

The student health center at Morehouse College will soon be offering PrEP – the HIV prevention tool taken once per day ­– to students thanks to funds and training from Fulton County and Kaiser Permanente.    READ MORE »

 
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