Queeriety turns Atlanta every which way but straight

Queeriety turns Atlanta every which way but straight

Comic variety troupe joins multi-talented forces for shows that take Atlanta to hilarious new places that are decidedly not heteronormative. Like this weekend's Queer Drunk History.    READ MORE »

Keisha Lance Bottoms wins Atlanta mayor’s race

Keisha Lance Bottoms wins Atlanta mayor’s race

Keisha Lance Bottoms won the Atlanta mayor's race on Tuesday by a slim 759-vote margin over Mary Norwood in a runoff campaign that split LGBT voters.    READ MORE »

All three LGBT candidates lose Atlanta area runoffs

All three LGBT candidates lose Atlanta area runoffs

The three LGBT candidates in runoff elections on Tuesday – De'Andre Pickett, Keisha Waites and Alex Wan – were poised to make history as the first LGBT people elected to their offices. All three lost.    READ MORE »

For Atlanta queers, finding fr-amily means more than holiday platitudes

For Atlanta queers, finding fr-amily means more than holiday platitudes

During the holidays, queers are more likely to be lonely than most other demographic groups, but we must find ways to let the conversation go further than platitudes about family of choice.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta celebrates its holigay cheer with Toy Party

Queer Atlanta celebrates its holigay cheer with Toy Party

Naughty and nice LGBT Atlantans turned out Saturday to celebrate the holiday season while raising funds and collecting toys for children in need during the 15th Annual Toy Party & Silent Auction.    READ MORE »

What’s in a name? When you’re transgender, basically everything

What’s in a name? When you’re transgender, basically everything

An Atlanta woman chooses a name and embarks on a journey of societal judgment, fear of rejection and legal woes to explain why using folks' preferred pronouns and monikers matters.    READ MORE »

10 things that really make you a truly sexy queer

10 things that really make you a truly sexy queer

Spoiler alert: It’s not about finances or fitness when looking for the secret to the laws of attraction. When it comes to being sexy, here’s what your fellow queers are really looking for.    READ MORE »

How to cut the cord on those uniquely queer mommy issues

How to cut the cord on those uniquely queer mommy issues

Whether you're still parenting an ex after a break up, or a grown adult living and partying with mom into your 30s, you've got issues. Life Judge in The Q can clear the psychological underbrush.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The holidays start on a Queer Agenda packed with event options like few other weekends in the LGBTQ ATL. Here’s how to get with your gays for commemorations and celebrations through Sunday.    READ MORE »

Woofs thanks gay Atlanta with 15th anniversary celebration

Woofs thanks gay Atlanta with 15th anniversary celebration

Woofs – the place where sports and LGBT fans collide for cocktails – celebrated its 15th anniversary on Wednesday with an invitation-only party that was standing room only.    READ MORE »

Mary Norwood gets two LGBT endorsements in mayor’s race

Mary Norwood gets two LGBT endorsements in mayor’s race

Mary Norwood – flush with LGBT supporters and equipped with a lengthy record on equality issues – picked up two key endorsements in the closing days of the Atlanta mayoral runoff. Cathy Woolard and Georgia Equality both gave her a thumbs up.    READ MORE »

How to do Toy Party fabulous, and don’t Toy Party mess

How to do Toy Party fabulous, and don’t Toy Party mess

After a decade and a half, most know how to behave at Queer Atlanta’s biggest, gayest holiday soiree. But just in case, here are Rules of Engagement with details on Saturday’s Toy Party.    READ MORE »

Brent Star: Jack of all trades, queen of the scene, and king of comedy

Brent Star: Jack of all trades, queen of the scene, and king of comedy

Local legend Brent Star is a theater connoisseur, a drag performer, comedic genius, video blogger, children’s parties entertainer, and his resume goes on and on. Brent Star does it all, okaaaay?!    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta rides edge between just enough and way. too. much.

Queer Atlanta rides edge between just enough and way. too. much.

You already know that the queer ATL is the place to find abundant opportunities to spoil yourself. The next month of merriment, and this issue of Q Magazine, are all about it – with one big caveat.    READ MORE »

Heretic delivers the dance party for Thanksgiving Eve

Heretic delivers the dance party for Thanksgiving Eve

Heretic rocked the start to your gay holiday with its annual dance floor fest on Thanksgiving Eve last week.    READ MORE »

Bottoms, Norwood promise to fight HIV, advocate for LGBT issues

Bottoms, Norwood promise to fight HIV, advocate for LGBT issues

Keisha Lance Bottoms and Mary Norwood pledged to help curb Atlanta's HIV rates and reduce the number of homeless LGBTQ youth during a forum Tuesday, just a week before they face off in a runoff for Atlanta mayor.    READ MORE »

Turkey Ball at Ten serves Thanksgiving pre-party you needed

Turkey Ball at Ten serves Thanksgiving pre-party you needed

Before there was turkey, dressing and all the fixins, gay Atlanta has one last chance to cocktail the night away before a long holiday weekend. That was the perfect recipe for fun during Turkey Ball at Ten.    READ MORE »

Atlanta doulas are here, queer, and birthing your babies

Atlanta doulas are here, queer, and birthing your babies

More and more potential parents are enlisting the help of doulas for childbirth. Meet one practitioner who says some local ones add further comfort for queer moms by being LGBTQ themselves.    READ MORE »

How to take the high road when two groomzillas don’t make a right

How to take the high road when two groomzillas don’t make a right

Whether you are head queen in charge of a gaggle of gabbing gay groomsmen, or the odd queer out from a high school clique, you have issues. Advice from Life Judge can help.    READ MORE »

How does Queer Atlanta create the community we deserve?

How does Queer Atlanta create the community we deserve?

In a personal reflection about the state of LGBTQ Atlanta, a local woman looks at demographics, capitalized indie culture and the city itself for clues to how the community can survive and thrive.    READ MORE »

 
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