Atlanta Pride toasts its parade grand marshals in Buckhead
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Atlanta Pride toasts its parade grand marshals in Buckhead

The Atlanta Pride Committee honored a diverse slate of eight Pride parade grand marshals at an upscale reception in Buckhead.    READ MORE »

Midtown Moon makes it official with grand opening party

Midtown Moon makes it official with grand opening party

The evolution of LGBTQ Atlanta nightlife continued on Saturday with the grand opening of Midtown Moon, the venue that took over the space that was once home to Burkhart's.    READ MORE »

Clarkston mayor, LGBTQ ally gets ‘Queer Eye’ makeover

Clarkston mayor, LGBTQ ally gets ‘Queer Eye’ makeover

Clarkston Mayor Ted Terry gets the makeover of a lifetime on the new season of the popular Atlanta-based Netflix reboot 'Queer Eye.'    READ MORE »

Atlanta queers do tropical heat in floral prints for summer 2018

Atlanta queers do tropical heat in floral prints for summer 2018

As any fan of 'The Devil Wears Prada' will tell you, florals aren’t groundbreaking. That is, until classic patterns land in bold new places. We spot flower power all over queer Atlanta this season.    READ MORE »

When it’s time to break up with your best friend

When it’s time to break up with your best friend

Cutting ties is never easy. Whether you've outgrown your bestie or can't figure out how to let a good person go, breaking up is oh-so hard to do. We have some queer advice.    READ MORE »

Gay GOP leader defends Chick-fil-A, proclaims ‘war over’ for LGBTQ equality

Gay GOP leader defends Chick-fil-A, proclaims ‘war over’ for LGBTQ equality

The Georgia Log Cabin Republicans said the 'liberal bullying' of Atlanta-based Chick-fil-A must end, and the group’s leader said that LGBTQ equality in the U.S. has largely been accomplished.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ politicos turn out for Sam Park fundraiser at Blake’s

LGBTQ politicos turn out for Sam Park fundraiser at Blake’s

Out state Rep. Sam Park drew a slew of political allies and supporters for a fundraiser in Midtown on Wednesday night.    READ MORE »

Shawnna and her girls show off what it takes to be House of Brooks

Shawnna and her girls show off what it takes to be House of Brooks

Drag houses are home to themes of gender, race, family-of-choice and sexual orientation. Shawnna Brooks and her illustrious progeny show us what becomes a legend.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

LGBTQ events sizzle through summer as Atlanta moves into dog days. Step right up for this-week-only concerts, shows with special guests, an annual pursuit of the hirsute and more.    READ MORE »

Trans Atlanta woman digs deep to find ‘what is mine to do’

Trans Atlanta woman digs deep to find ‘what is mine to do’

If you’re looking for “what is yours to do,” here's one queer tale about living from the heart, which already knew the answer, and how, once I looked within, my purpose found me.    READ MORE »

Get your queer life in Q mag’s House of Yes this week

Get your queer life in Q mag’s House of Yes this week

One common theme sews its way through the fabric of queer Atlanta: telling ourselves it’s possible. The people we meet in Q this week set perfect examples that if you set your mind to it, you can achieve it.    READ MORE »

Southern Fried Queer Pride slays with five days of summer fun

Southern Fried Queer Pride slays with five days of summer fun

Southern Fried Queer Pride spread a dozen events over five days for their festival this year, including a variety show on Saturday and an event-closing picnic on Sunday.    READ MORE »

Old Fourth Ward queers converge for Unity Ball at The Deep End

Old Fourth Ward queers converge for Unity Ball at The Deep End

Queers of all stripes came ready to dance on Saturday for The Unity Ball at The Deep End in Old Fourth Ward. Group hosts included LovHer, Taste, For All Humans and Wussy Mag.    READ MORE »

Fulton unveils new #STOPHIVATL campaign to fight high HIV rates

Fulton unveils new #STOPHIVATL campaign to fight high HIV rates

It was a packed house at the Westside Cultural Arts Center as the Fulton County Board of Health unveiled a new social marketing campaign to help end HIV in the county.    READ MORE »

Take your queer history beyond Stonewall and through the year

Take your queer history beyond Stonewall and through the year

Pride doesn't end on Stonewall Weekend, and LGBTQ history doesn't stop at the 1969 riots. Flash back to more milestones, with a few fun Atlanta facts, by the numbers.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Braves toast gay fans with LGBT Night at SunTrust

Atlanta Braves toast gay fans with LGBT Night at SunTrust

The Atlanta Braves marked Pride month on Friday with their eighth annual LGBT Night, featuring a high-energy pregame party at the Coca-Cola Roxy and an LGBT takeover of SunTrust Park’s rooftop lounge.    READ MORE »

Rethink sadness when there ain’t no cure for summertime blues

Rethink sadness when there ain’t no cure for summertime blues

Cruel summer? Summer SADs are an actual thing. Try these 10 things to help re-frame the summertime blues when the thrill of Stonewall Month and freshness of pool parties are gone.    READ MORE »

Statewide Democratic candidates vow to fight ‘religious freedom’ bills

Statewide Democratic candidates vow to fight ‘religious freedom’ bills

Democratic candidates for statewide office denounced anti-LGBTQ “religious freedom” bills and outlined plans to protect LGBTQ Georgians during an LGBTQ business summit on Friday.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ business leaders rise up for Atlanta’s Rainbow Economy

LGBTQ business leaders rise up for Atlanta’s Rainbow Economy

LGBTQ business leaders in Atlanta celebrated a day of panel discussions and exploring the rainbow economy with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres as the Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce hosted its Fourth Friday Networking Night.    READ MORE »

Secrets wrap Stonewall in context of why it’s the uprising that stuck

Secrets wrap Stonewall in context of why it’s the uprising that stuck

In the wee hours of June 28, 1969, New York City police raided the Stonewall Inn, and fed-up patrons refused to budge. You knew that, but here are some stats you might not know.    READ MORE »

 
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