Anti-gay Georgia pastor gets life in prison for molestation

Anti-gay Georgia pastor gets life in prison for molestation

Anti-gay Georgia pastor Kenneth Adkins continued to proclaim his innocence Tuesday even as a judge sentenced him to life in prison for child molestation.    READ MORE »

Bachelors raise charity bucks with auction at Blake’s

Bachelors raise charity bucks with auction at Blake’s

Volunteer bachelors and bachelorettes raised bucks for an HIV charity by auctioning dates with them to the highest bidder during an annual charity event at Blake's.    READ MORE »

Bear-B-Q hunks party with a purpose at Heretic

Bear-B-Q hunks party with a purpose at Heretic

Ready 4 Hope opened its season of fundraising for HIV causes with food, fun and an afternoon of Bear-B-Q on Saturday at Heretic.    READ MORE »

Jon Ossoff gets hero’s welcome during LGBT gala

Jon Ossoff gets hero’s welcome during LGBT gala

Jon Ossoff received a hero's welcome on Saturday, generating buzz and getting mobbed by supporters as he and other candidates took part in the 30th Annual HRC Gala Dinner & Auction.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta celebrates equality with HRC gala
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Gay Atlanta celebrates equality with HRC gala

The HRC Atlanta Gala Dinner & Auction turned 30 on Saturday, celebrating with a sold-out crowd dressed in their formal best and honoring local heroes.    READ MORE »

Pansy Patrol honored for peaceful, powerful protests

Pansy Patrol honored for peaceful, powerful protests

The large pansies of the Pansy Patrol – the group that uses its flower power to combat the evil of anti-LGBT protesters during Atlanta Pride – is being honored for its peaceful, simple and yet powerful work.    READ MORE »

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

One of the biggest gay weekends so far this year brings annual LGBT events, weekly stalwarts, and special guests sure to keep your gay agenda calendar and your dance card completely full.    READ MORE »

Ten serves Big Hare Games to celebrate Easter holigay

Ten serves Big Hare Games to celebrate Easter holigay

Big wigs, big drag and big fun filled Sunday afternoon at Ten as the Midtown spot hosted the 5th Annual Big Hare Games Block Party to celebrate Easter.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta gallery owner pleads guilty to stealing from artists

Gay Atlanta gallery owner pleads guilty to stealing from artists

Prominent gay Atlanta art dealer Bill Lowe, accused of pocketing the proceeds from selling the artwork of others instead of paying them, pleaded guilty during a contentious court hearing on Tuesday.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta rallies against gay crackdown in Chechnya

Gay Atlanta rallies against gay crackdown in Chechnya

Dozens of LGBT Atlantans rallied against a brutal crackdown on gay men in Chechnya, hosting a candlelight vigil in Midtown on Tuesday.    READ MORE »

Ossoff v. Handel runoff highlights big divide on LGBT issues

Ossoff v. Handel runoff highlights big divide on LGBT issues

Democrat Jon Ossoff came close to a stunning upset in a suburban Atlanta Congressional District but now faces Karen Handel in a runoff that pits two candidates who are quite different on LGBT issues.    READ MORE »

‘True hero’ Joan Garner dies after cancer fight

‘True hero’ Joan Garner dies after cancer fight

Joan Garner, vice chair of the Fulton County Commission and its first-ever openly LGBT member, died Tuesday after a long fight against breast cancer.    READ MORE »

Armorettes celebrate Easter holigay with Drag Races

Armorettes celebrate Easter holigay with Drag Races

The drag ladies of the Armorettes dressed in their Easter best and hosted another round of the Easter Drag Races at Burkhart’s on Sunday.    READ MORE »

Fulton dishes out $2 million to boost HIV prevention efforts

Fulton dishes out $2 million to boost HIV prevention efforts

The Fulton County Commission dished out more than $2 million in grants to boost HIV prevention and education efforts in the county, which is a hotspot for the HIV epidemic.    READ MORE »

Meet the Atlanta attorney fighting to protect LGBT employees

Meet the Atlanta attorney fighting to protect LGBT employees

The gay Atlanta lawyer who recently scored a groundbreaking win for the rights of LGBT people in the workplace in the Midwest is now focused on securing a similar victory for a Georgia lesbian who was fired for being gay.    READ MORE »

Woman killed, 5 injured outside Midtown restaurant

Woman killed, 5 injured outside Midtown restaurant

A woman was killed and several other people injured outside two gay-popular Midtown restaurants early Saturday when a valet apparently accelerated rather than stopped a vehicle he was attempting to park.    READ MORE »

AID Atlanta faces layoffs after HIV grant denied

AID Atlanta faces layoffs after HIV grant denied

AID Atlanta is shutting down a program aimed at combatting HIV among young gay black men – and firing four people – after a federal health agency declined to provide a grant that funded the initiative for years.    READ MORE »

The best gay things to do in Atlanta Easter weekend

The best gay things to do in Atlanta Easter weekend

The long holigay weekend kicks off fast and keeps going hard through Sunday. Long before you Drag Race to victory, choose from parties, cultural arts and other options for your downtime.    READ MORE »

Fulton honors Joan Garner as she again battles cancer

Fulton honors Joan Garner as she again battles cancer

Joan Garner, the only openly LGBT member of the Fulton County Commission, was honored Wednesday by commissioners as she again fights the cancer she's battled for two years.    READ MORE »

ACLU backs Georgia woman fired for being gay

ACLU backs Georgia woman fired for being gay

The ACLU of Georgia argued that federal law protects LGBT people from workplace discrimination, weighing in on the case of a Georgia lesbian fired for being gay.    READ MORE »

 
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