Meet the 14 hunkiest Out on Film hunks

Atlanta’s LGBT film festival gets a little bigger and better every year. That goes double for its big gay roster of eye candy just as much as its quality lineup and A-List guests. Let’s look.    READ MORE »

Why aren’t younger gay guys even getting tested?

The proverbial foibles of youth can’t wave off a new study that finds HIV prevention messages falling short of reaching gay teens and young men, most of whom have never tested for the virus.    READ MORE »

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

How you do what you do so fabulously remains a mystery to so many, but we have your number. You recharge after a long week with LGBT events on the Gay Agenda calendar.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta’s Miss Lawrence kills ‘Empire’ cameo

Twirlrific bonnet buster Miss Lawrence debuted his acting chops on the season premiere of 'Empire' on Wednesday showing a national TV audience what gay Atlanta already knows: This queen can sing.    READ MORE »

Elton John delivers meal to Midtown man

The feel-goods don’t come much better than this. While in Atlanta for Music Midtown, Elton John surprised one Atlanta man by delivering Open Hand’s 25 millionth meal. Can you say, “Awwww?”    READ MORE »

The adorable looks of this Georgia Tech hunk

You can't help but want to hug this college student and try to make it all better. The 21-year-old faced down armed assailants on Saturday and that machismo just made this hunk even hotter.    READ MORE »

Feds don’t like ‘gay’ farmers in this Georgia town

Farmer Gene King just wanted to buy some cattle from outside Georgia and ship them to his ranch. In Gay, Ga. And that set off an embarrassing saga for the U.S. Department of Agriculture.    READ MORE »

These Golden Age looks bring out your inner diva

Old Hollywood glamour is set to invade the capitol of the South on Saturday when gay Atlanta’s newest event, the highly anticipated Y’allywood Diva Ball, debuts honoring Atlanta Cotillion to benefit AID Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Gay-owned Church bar ready to re-open after fire

Nevermind that pesky fire. The gay-owned Sister Louisa's Church of the Living Room & Ping Pong Emporium is back, re-opening on Wednesday after going dark for a week.    READ MORE »

City Council OK’s temporary rainbow crosswalks

The gayborhood will get a little gayer just in time for Pride. The Atlanta City Council on Monday approved the temporary installation of rainbow crosswalks at a busy Midtown intersection.    READ MORE »

You’ll be crushing so hard on this Insta-daddy

When only a silver fox will do, we’re filling our daydreams with this hot gay daddy. Whether serving Speedos, skivvies or a smile, Farhad has us twisting in knots over his rock-hard frame.    READ MORE »

Jungle does tighty whitey pants off dance off

Why just take off your shirt to dance with other gay boys when you can strip down to your underwear for a wet briefs contest too? That question was asked and answered at Jungle on Saturday.    READ MORE »

Ten puts the gay glow on Music Midtown

How do you turn the free-for-all mayhem of Music Midtown into a fest fit for a queen? Take it up the street to Ten Atlanta, where the gays and their gals held court at a blacklight Glow Party.    READ MORE »

Alternaqueers ‘meltdown’ Heretic beach party

Alternaqueers stripped down to their Speedos and celebrated the end of summer with an epic drag beach party meltdown on Friday at Heretic.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta chamber celebrates business leaders

Gay Atlanta celebrated its LGBT business leaders and allies on Friday with a sold out awards dinner and silent auction from the Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce at the Fox Theatre.    READ MORE »

Rainbow Crosswalks celebrates despite city snub

Organizers of the Atlanta Rainbow Crosswalks took a respite from city bureaucracy and fundraising to celebrate, cocktail and thank their sponsors and patrons as the project moves closer to its installation.    READ MORE »

Meet the gays who are the ‘Best of Atlanta’

Creative Loafing loves its LGBT inclusion. Per usual, the paper’s annual romp through reader and critic picks for all that’s hot and cool in Atlanta left no gay unturned in arts, nightlife and headline news.    READ MORE »

‘Legendary’ end-times party melts down summer

If you’re not ready to hang up that Speedo or have been dying to try out that gas mask you secretly bought, Legendary Children’s Nuclear Meltdown Beach Party is the event for you.    READ MORE »

News  |  Nightlife

Popular gay-owned Church bar damaged in fire

An early-evening fire damaged a portion of the Atlanta's most popular kitchy casual gay-owned alternabar on Wednesday, leaving Sister Louisa’s Church closed for repairs.    READ MORE »

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

With another week in the bag, it’s time for you to bag some downtime. LGBT Atlanta events are ready to yield rich rewards from concerts and plays to exhibits and parties.    READ MORE »