Elton John, Sam Smith put gay in Music Midtown

When it’s not infuriating some in the gayborhood and providing days of entertainment to others, Music Midtown is bringing biggest-name talent to Atlanta. For 2015, it also brings some of the gayest.    READ MORE »

Fulton to audit how it lost millions for HIV efforts

Fulton County has launched an internal audit to figure out why its health department squandered millions of dollars in federal funds to combat HIV with the hopes that it can recoup some of the money.    READ MORE »

Patio party swings gay Atlanta into summer

If sweaty joggers flopping around in skimpy shorts wasn’t enough of a clue, summer became official on Sunday. Early on every trend, gays got the party started Saturday with For The Kid In All Of Us.    READ MORE »

Where has this man’s man been all our lives?

Rippling abs, shimmering pecs and a booty that won’t quit? Look no further than Will Klem. The physical therapist with a rock-solid body will give you that stern look that says, drop and give me all you got.    READ MORE »

Georgia Equality celebrates its heroes, supporters

Georgia Equality celebrated 20 years by toasting its donors and volunteers on Saturday, but warned that even with gay marriage on the horizon that the fight for LGBT equality is far from over.    READ MORE »

Peach Party rages on at all-out Jungle fest

The third of six gay dance parties went down hard with a set by DJ Alain Jackinsky at Jungle on Saturday. That’s when Peach Party pundits say the weekend of events really went into overdrive.    READ MORE »

Heretic says, ‘Let’s get this Peach Party started’

Anticipation was on high. Heretic buzzed as DJ Shane Stiel prepared to kick off a weekend of gay Atlanta dance parties, then the club hit fever pitch as Peach Party 2015 was unleashed on the crowd.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta man beaten with baseball bat

Police are searching for a Fulton County man that allegedly beat a gay man with a baseball bat and said he 'hates gay people' after the victim helped him change a flat tire.    READ MORE »

Let your inner faerie fly for Midsummer Night

Atlanta Radical Faeries are ready to turn loose on their annual summer solstice celebration and have fun, but they’re out to educate too. Here’s how to Faerie that look, and that attitude, to join them.    READ MORE »

AID Atlanta ‘joins forces’ with controversial HIV activist

AID Atlanta is 'joining forces' with AIDS Healthcare Foundation, an agency led by a controversial HIV activist who has dismissed PrEP as a 'party drug' and sues local providers and public health officials.    READ MORE »

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Gay Atlanta’s football jocks crown new champs

With a rally from deep in the playoff seedings, the Frogs won the season championship of Atlanta's gay flag football league on Saturday. It took plenty of cocktails to get there.    READ MORE »

This Peach Party DJ comes for you in the night

DJ Isaac Escalante knows what gay Atlanta wants, and he’s ready to give it to you. Smack in the middle of three Peach Party dance days and in the smack middle of the night, he’s coming for you.    READ MORE »

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Stonewall Month builds toward its LGBT event crescendo with a deluge of official Atlanta Pride happenings and unofficial shows and shenanigans that let you have pride in June without "Pride" in June.    READ MORE »

Decatur’s LGBT mayor pro tem arrested for DUI

Kecia Cunnigham – the long-serving Decatur commissioner and the state's first openly LGBT black elected official – was arrested for DUI after enjoying cocktails and a cigar and driving barefoot through the city.    READ MORE »

Chris Noxx bares his sexy wares at Blake’s

Go-go guy and porn model Chris Noxx stripped down and lathered up the libidos of a busy Blake's crowd on Friday during a special appearance at the Midtown bar.    READ MORE »

Meet your 12 Atlanta Pride parade grand marshals

After a nomination process open to the public, nine individuals and three groups will share the honor of leading Atlanta Pride’s big gay parade through Midtown on Oct. 11.    READ MORE »

Atlantan is ‘Big Brother’s’ first trans contestant

The CBS reality show 'Big Brother' gets its first-ever transgender contestant, a 25-year-old digital media consultant from metro Atlanta who promises to be the show's 'misunderstood hero.'    READ MORE »

Here’s the boy you wish really lived next door

Oh, Austin Scoggin. A gay fan could gaze all day at what you have to offer. Luckily, there’s enough of you to do just that. Sit tight while we fill our morning with blond, ripped, dream-boy goodness.    READ MORE »

Jocks come out to play for Heretic Scruff party

Dirty jocks – in that good, sexy sort of way – wore their sports gear for a jockstrap, baseball pants and soccer shorts kind of night on Friday at Heretic.    READ MORE »

Ga. mom protects gay sons in Mormon church

When bigots claim “religious freedoms" and doctrine can bully LGBT kids toward suicide, a Georgia Mormon found support for herself and her two gay sons in a group she wants to bring to metro Atlanta.    READ MORE »