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AIDS Vaccine riders trade bikes for beer [photos]

Those pedal pushing do-gooders preparing for the AIDS Vaccine 200 took in some cocktails for a cause on Saturday with supporters on the expansive patio of Cowtippers.    READ MORE »

Ready for Primetime? HGTV, A&E want gays

Do you have what it takes to be on TV? You're in luck. Cable producers are trolling Atlanta for local gay parents interested in an A&E reality show and gay-ATL homebuyers for HGTV’s “Property Virgins.”    READ MORE »

Atlanta Eagle crowns top daddy, lady [photos]

Four men and one woman sought the top leather titles at the Atlanta Eagle on Saturday, crowning a celebratory anniversary weekend for the bar during Atlanta Leather Pride.    READ MORE »

Brad and Angelina, gay hate crime, GLAAD

Brangelina engaged despite pledge to wait for marriage equality, women plead guilty in federal hate crime, GLAAD honors “Hunger Games” Josh Hutcherson, activists turn up heat on Obama, more.    READ MORE »

News  |  Crime

Robbers shoot, kill gay man in north Georgia

A gay north Georgia businessman who was in the check-cashing business was shot during a robbery on Thursday and later died from the injuries he sustained in the attack.    READ MORE »

Fans to vote on ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Season 5

Have you ever wanted a say in who competes on “RuPaul’s Drag Race” beyond the after-the-fact Fan Favorite? Your chance is coming. The show is tallying votes to fill out the field for next season.    READ MORE »

Monday: Daniel Miller and his Cajun sexy

Lean and toned Daniel Miller likes to strip down in nature, whether it’s showing off the goods poolside or teasing us out in the woods with strategically placed vegetation.    READ MORE »

Sunday: Boys will be boys with Stewart Shining

With rock star credentials from celebrity shots for the likes of Vanity Fair and Rolling Stone, photographer Stewart Shining shines just as brightly with sexy young dudes just being themselves.    READ MORE »

The most popular Project Q posts of the week

What content do readers click most? It’s a matter of extremes: Super gay or super anti-gay get the hits. From hard news to light banter, here’s what attracted the greatest attention in the week gone by.    READ MORE »

PALS hosts bingo with its masks on [photos]

Pair a night of drag bingo from Pets Are Loving Support with masks and costumes and it’s bound to be a good time for all–and all for charity.    READ MORE »

Saturday: Southern sexy of Jon Eric Doliana

Sexy Tennessee guy Jon Eric Doliana is an outdoors sort of guy who isn’t shy about heading indoors to pound some weights at the gym. And when he does? Yep, it’s boxers.    READ MORE »

When in gay bars lose the attitude, straight girls

The straight girls have a love affair with our gay bars. But it’s not always a mutual attraction. So we Queeried you for suggestions on how the straight gals should act in their favorite gay bars.    READ MORE »

Found on Grindr: How not to hit on someone

Some say that first impressions are the only impression. They’ll always be remembered. It’s important to smile, wear deodorant and be polite. Except, of course, in the anything-goes world of Grindr.    READ MORE »

Festival on Ponce offers gay artsy appeal

Leave it to the gays to have a snappy slogan: “Stop, shop and stroll.” That’s the pitch of partners Patrick Dennis and Randall Fox, who continue their popular arts festivals with the Festival on Ponce.    READ MORE »

Head over to Athens for Boybutante 23

If you’re not already booked with all the gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend, a Georgia tradition entices daytrippers to Athens on Saturday for the 23rd annual Boybutante Ball fundraiser.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta clan rolls into White House Easter

The family of the Health Initiative’s Linda Ellis didn’t get to meet the president at the White House Easter Egg Roll, but as one of many LGBT families there, they did have a blast.    READ MORE »

‘South Park,’ gay Titanic, hate crime, DOMA

Comedy Central anti-bullying video, speculation surfaces on gay Titanic couple, first gay federal hate crime indictment, DOMA challengers denied, N.C. governor slams marriage ballot, more.    READ MORE »

‘Bully’ includes Georgia suicide in nasty lawsuit

The compelling documentary “Bully” hits theaters in Atlanta on Friday, opening with the story of a north Georgia teen who committed suicide after being bullied in a case that has turned into a nasty lawsuit.    READ MORE »

Roddy White sorry for gay tweet, learns nothing

That didn’t take long. Less than a day after the Twitterverse took Atlanta Falcons’ end zone flipper Roddy White to task for implying that being gay is a bad choice, he apologizes – for the wrong reason.    READ MORE »

Friday: Ab rich Atlanta guy Samuel Troupe

Gay gallery owner and photographer Bob Burkhardt likes to work with light and its interaction with the human form. Lucky for the Morning Fix, that form is often sexy muscled men wearing very little clothing.    READ MORE »