Transgender metro Atlanta teen named homecoming queen

Transgender metro Atlanta teen named homecoming queen

Students at Forsyth Central High School in Cumming voted on Jan. 26 to make 17-year-old transgender senior Charlie Baum their homecoming queen for 2019.    READ MORE »

Atlanta gay man asks if monogamy is even possible, or is it hypocrisy?

Atlanta gay man asks if monogamy is even possible, or is it hypocrisy?

Vince Shifflett knows gay men in open relationships who seem happier allowing dalliances, and ones in “monogamous relationships” always trying to get into his pants on the down low.    READ MORE »

Gay metro Atlanta lawmaker considers run for U.S. House

Gay metro Atlanta lawmaker considers run for U.S. House

The first openly gay man elected to the Georgia legislature will wait until the legislative session is over to decide if he wants to try being the first openly gay member of Congress from the state.    READ MORE »

Six queer Atlanta couples serve sweet Valentine love

Six queer Atlanta couples serve sweet Valentine love

It’s that time of year. Whether you are snuggling up to somebody, practicing self-love for Singles Awareness Day or doing up Galentine’s with friends, you gotta love this year’s Love Issue couples.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Hawks honor transgender diversity firm

Atlanta Hawks honor transgender diversity firm

The Atlanta Hawks honored Transformation Journeys Worldwide for its transgender-focused efforts on diversity and inclusion in the workplace.    READ MORE »

Trump plan to eliminate HIV/AIDS targets Atlanta

Trump plan to eliminate HIV/AIDS targets Atlanta

Four metro Atlanta counties are being targeted as part of President Donald Trump’s plan to end HIV/AIDS in the next 10 years. But, some local HIV/AIDS activists reacted with skepticism.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Whether it’s the return of a favorite or day drinking for equality, whether it’s mixing and mingling or becoming a dad, and whether it’s a show or a dance party, we have events to fill your weekend with LGBTQuteness.    READ MORE »

Gay flag football jocks hit Blake’s for the Big Game

Gay flag football jocks hit Blake’s for the Big Game

The flag football jocks of the National Flag Football League of Atlanta took over the upstairs at Blake’s on Sunday for the Super Bowl.    READ MORE »

Stacey Abrams claps back at Donald Trump: ‘Tell the truth’

Stacey Abrams claps back at Donald Trump: ‘Tell the truth’

LGBTQ Georgians surrounded Stacey Abrams in Atlanta as the former Democratic candidate for governor delivered a nationally televised response to President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address.    READ MORE »

Event honoring Tony Daniels ‘elevates dignity’ of black gay men
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Event honoring Tony Daniels ‘elevates dignity’ of black gay men

Atlanta activist Charles Stephens talks about bringing black gay men out of invisibility, and how it began with a man that Auburn Avenue Research Library now calls the Architect of the Black Gay Mecca.    READ MORE »

Q mag celebrates the queer love that dares speak its name

Q mag celebrates the queer love that dares speak its name

Whether you'll pick up this week’s Q for left-of-center politics, the love of local queer Valentines, discussions of relationship loyalty, or the legacy of your LGBTQ tribe, the rose still smells as sweet.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlanta celebrates hometown Super Bowl at Woofs

LGBTQ Atlanta celebrates hometown Super Bowl at Woofs

If you want a spot to watch the Super Bowl with your LGBTQ fam, it’s hard to find a better one than Woofs.    READ MORE »

Super Bowl edition of Sunday Funday scores at Ten

Super Bowl edition of Sunday Funday scores at Ten

Take all the hot guys and gals you expect on any given Sunday and up the ante with the Super Bowl on multiple screens and you have a party at Ten.    READ MORE »

Friends hosts ‘super’-sized chili cookoff

Friends hosts ‘super’-sized chili cookoff

Things got pretty spicy as Friends on Ponce hosted its 15th Annual Chili Cookoff on Sunday.    READ MORE »

Pastor shames Atlanta Pride, preaches for death to gays

Pastor shames Atlanta Pride, preaches for death to gays

The pastor of a Norcross church preaches that gay people should get the death penalty and that using the correct pronouns for transgender people is 'disgusting' and 'perverted.'    READ MORE »

Paranoia, fear and loathing at your queer therapist’s office

Paranoia, fear and loathing at your queer therapist’s office

Whether your ex hooked up with your therapist or your new friends actually hate you, you're asking the wrong questions. Here's the heart of what should really worry you.    READ MORE »

Fulton approves $670,000 to fight HIV, boost PrEP efforts

Fulton approves $670,000 to fight HIV, boost PrEP efforts

The Fulton County Board of Commissioners added $670,000 to help fight HIV/AIDS in the county, money that will fund nine new healthcare specialists and expand the availability of PrEP.    READ MORE »

Art imitates life for gay dance couple visiting Atlanta

Art imitates life for gay dance couple visiting Atlanta

Niv Sheinfeld and Oren Laor are no strangers to social issues or identity politics. Nor are they afraid to include those themes in their compelling work, landing in Atlanta this weekend.    READ MORE »

Stars come out for Super Bowl Inclusion Party

Stars come out for Super Bowl Inclusion Party

Carson Kressley, Greg Louganis and Miss America were but a few of the big names to attend Esera Tuaolo's 2nd Annual Super Bowl Inclusion Party.    READ MORE »

Georgia Equality wins $4,500 in Super Bowl ticket auction

Georgia Equality wins $4,500 in Super Bowl ticket auction

An NFL Hall of Famer auctioned off a ticket to Super Bowl LIII to benefit transgender equality, and one LGBTQ Georgia organization was a lucky beneficiary.    READ MORE »

 
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