Atlanta man wins suit over ‘offensive’ gay rumors

Not gay Atlanta guy and former NFL quarterback Kordell Stewart, anguished over being called a gay sidepiece, won his defamation lawsuit against the man who called him exactly that.    READ MORE »

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Pick up the pace with gay concerts, forums, plays, debuts and anniversaries amid the usual event slate of LGBT Atlanta roster of bar soirees and performances. Rest up now for an extra busy weekend.    READ MORE »

Andy Cohen wants his Sunday Funday in Atlanta

Watch what happens when Bravo-lebrity Andy Cohen returns this weekend to pitch his new book during the day and play in gay Atlanta party spots all night long. College cheerleaders beware.    READ MORE »

Queers play pivotal role in Atlanta’s Black Lives Matter

This summer saw an explosion of activism around the movement for black lives, with queer, black organizers leading the way.    READ MORE »

Will this gay-friendly Republican run for governor?

A former U.S. Attorney in Georgia who criticized a 'religious freedom' bill and warned of its anti-LGBT impact might join a Republican race for governor already crowded with anti-gay candidates.    READ MORE »

Chad Michaels celebrates 4 years of Other Show

'RuPaul's Drag Race' star Chad Michaels joined the Other Show on Friday to celebrate its fourth anniversary with the cast of queens that has made the weekly show a hit.    READ MORE »

Porsha gay baits into new ‘Housewives’ season

Porsha Williams is back to her sermonizing, gay-baiting ways on 'The Real Housewives of Atlanta,' this time accusing a cast member of being a lesbian like it's a bad thing.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta stripper a suspect in man’s murder

A dancer at a gay Atlanta strip club is suspected of shooting and killing a senior Comcast executive in his upscale high-rise condo in Midtown early last month.    READ MORE »

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

From community-minded vigils to all-out dance parties and beyond, Atlanta peels back the veil on this weekend’s best LGBT events and unleashes a little something for every gay taste.    READ MORE »

Lesbian loses sheriff’s race in North Georgia

A veteran law enforcement officer and lesbian lost her bid for sheriff in a North Georgia county after opponents attacked her as 'a gay activist sheriff.'    READ MORE »

Staunch LGBT ally loses metro Atlanta House seat

A Democratic state lawmaker and staunch LGBT advocate narrowly lost his re-election bid for a metro Atlanta seat in the Georgia House on Tuesday.    READ MORE »

Anti-gay judge named to Georgia Supreme Court

An anti-gay judge was promoted to the Georgia Supreme Court and a state senator who backed anti-LGBT legislation was picked for a plum judicial spot on Wednesday.    READ MORE »

Gay man makes history with big win in Fulton

A young civil engineer quietly made history on Tuesday by becoming the first-ever openly gay man to win election to a countywide office in Fulton County.    READ MORE »

Sam Park first-ever gay man elected to Georgia House

Gay attorney and Korean-American Sam Park made history on Tuesday and did what 15 other gay men have tried and failed to do – win a seat in the Georgia House.    READ MORE »

1 in 10 thirsty gay men go for Donald Trump

Proving again that some gay men will go for any dick they can get, 11% of Scruff users said they will vote for Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton. Fortunately, seven times as many said #ImWithHer.    READ MORE »

LGBT groups want Georgia out of anti-trans suit

LGBT activists are calling on Georgia's new attorney general to drop the state's participation in a lawsuit challenging federal guidelines on the treatment of transgender students.    READ MORE »

Anti-gay judge finalist for Georgia Supreme Court

Two finalists for open seats on the Georgia Supreme Court include a current judge with an anti-gay past and a state lawmaker who voted for controversial anti-LGBT 'religious freedom' bills.    READ MORE »

Gay man hopes to score upset in Ga. House race

Gay Democrat Bob Gibeling wanted a rematch, hoping to unseat the LGBT-friendly Republican that trounced him at the polls two years ago on her way to winning an Atlanta seat in the Georgia House.    READ MORE »

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Burkhart’s Monster Bashed all Halloween long

Burkhart's served up gay Halloween all weekend long with its Monster Bash, offering three nights of drag shows and costume contests.    READ MORE »

LGBT attorneys celebrate with awards dinner

The LGBT lawyers of the Stonewall Bar Association of Georgia and their legal friends gathered in an upscale ballroom last week to celebrate and honor colleagues.    READ MORE »