Jerusalem House parties with its stars to raise funds

Jerusalem House parties with its stars to raise funds

Cocktails and cash were flowing on Thursday as Jerusalem House again hosted its upscale silent auction to raise funds to support the non-profit's HIV housing efforts.    READ MORE »

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The month kicks off with a big LGBT Atlanta holi-gay and keeps right on flowing with events from interactive plays to wildly popular dance parties, and from gay sports to fab drag shows.    READ MORE »

Atlanta man tries to lure underage teen to Miami for sex

Atlanta man tries to lure underage teen to Miami for sex

A 62-year-old Atlanta man was arrested after he allegedly used social media to cruise a 14-year-old and tried to convince the male teen to travel to Miami for sex.    READ MORE »

Jake Shears brings his sexy back to Atlanta with solo tour

Jake Shears brings his sexy back to Atlanta with solo tour

Sexy Scissor Sisters frontman Jake Shears wants to make gay Atlanta's summer a little gayer. He just announced a five-city solo romp through the South that brings him here in June.    READ MORE »

Macon-Bibb approves new LGBT protections for county employees

Macon-Bibb approves new LGBT protections for county employees

The Macon-Bibb County Commission voted to extend employment protections to LGBT county workers on Tuesday, despite opposition from pastors and some elected officials.    READ MORE »

Atlanta City Council candidate defends anti-LGBT support

Atlanta City Council candidate defends anti-LGBT support

Cory Ruth pledged to be a strong advocate for LGBT issues and the fight against HIV despite a slate of anti-LGBT supporters backing his campaign for Atlanta City Council.    READ MORE »

Casey Cagle: I won’t stand for discrimination as governor

Casey Cagle: I won’t stand for discrimination as governor

Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle – who has long championed discrimination against LGBT people – said he won't stand for discrimination against anyone as he launched his bid to become Georgia's next governor.    READ MORE »

Meet the gay community activist running for Atlanta City Council

Meet the gay community activist running for Atlanta City Council

Tyai Green – a community activist and former leader of the organization that hosts Atlanta Black Gay Pride – is running for Atlanta City Council and campaigning to unseat a two-term incumbent.    READ MORE »

Georgia school chief aims at trans students in re-election bid

Georgia school chief aims at trans students in re-election bid

Georgia School Superintendent Richard Woods – who last year blasted protections for transgender students – is again targeting LGBT students as he kicks off his re-election campaign.    READ MORE »

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

It’s been an epic April of LGBT events in Atlanta. Well, hope you’re rested up, because it shows no signs of stopping. Close out the month with plays, parties and people every way you turn.    READ MORE »

Woofs helps Atlanta Bear Pride warm up to weekend celebration

Woofs helps Atlanta Bear Pride warm up to weekend celebration

How do you ease into a long, hard weekend of partying for Atlanta Bear Pride? With the official Warm Up Party at Woofs, that’s how.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Bear Pride takes its fur party to Jungle

Atlanta Bear Pride takes its fur party to Jungle

When bears head to the Jungle, there is bound to be good trouble. Dancing, cocktailing and late-night fun to celebrate Atlanta Bear Pride.    READ MORE »

Even his anti-LGBT friends are mad at this anti-gay Georgia senator

Even his anti-LGBT friends are mad at this anti-gay Georgia senator

State Sen. William Ligon earned the scorn of lawmakers and progressives alike when his anti-LGBT antics killed a popular adoption bill in the Georgia legislature. Now, even Ligon's anti-gay political bedmates are criticizing him.    READ MORE »

Anti-gay Georgia pastor gets life in prison for molestation

Anti-gay Georgia pastor gets life in prison for molestation

Anti-gay Georgia pastor Kenneth Adkins continued to proclaim his innocence Tuesday even as a judge sentenced him to life in prison for child molestation.    READ MORE »

Bachelors raise charity bucks with auction at Blake’s

Bachelors raise charity bucks with auction at Blake’s

Volunteer bachelors and bachelorettes raised bucks for an HIV charity by auctioning dates with them to the highest bidder during an annual charity event at Blake's.    READ MORE »

Bear-B-Q hunks party with a purpose at Heretic

Bear-B-Q hunks party with a purpose at Heretic

Ready 4 Hope opened its season of fundraising for HIV causes with food, fun and an afternoon of Bear-B-Q on Saturday at Heretic.    READ MORE »

Jon Ossoff gets hero’s welcome during LGBT gala

Jon Ossoff gets hero’s welcome during LGBT gala

Jon Ossoff received a hero's welcome on Saturday, generating buzz and getting mobbed by supporters as he and other candidates took part in the 30th Annual HRC Gala Dinner & Auction.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta celebrates equality with HRC gala
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Gay Atlanta celebrates equality with HRC gala

The HRC Atlanta Gala Dinner & Auction turned 30 on Saturday, celebrating with a sold-out crowd dressed in their formal best and honoring local heroes.    READ MORE »

Pansy Patrol honored for peaceful, powerful protests

Pansy Patrol honored for peaceful, powerful protests

The large pansies of the Pansy Patrol – the group that uses its flower power to combat the evil of anti-LGBT protesters during Atlanta Pride – is being honored for its peaceful, simple and yet powerful work.    READ MORE »

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

One of the biggest gay weekends so far this year brings annual LGBT events, weekly stalwarts, and special guests sure to keep your gay agenda calendar and your dance card completely full.    READ MORE »

 
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