Thursday: Dmitriy Tanner is Marine tough

Jeremy, our Marine Morning Fix on Tuesday, sparked such an enthusiastic response that we’ve brought you another: Dmitriy Tanner. This Russian born, American bred hottie will make you salute. Again.    READ MORE »

Outwrite prepares for ‘Last Tango’ on 10th Street

Last call at Outwrite’s iconic Midtown location isn’t set in stone. But the LGBT store is preparing for its “Last Tango” that will bring together several authors for their final appearance at the store.    READ MORE »

Cracker Barrel founder remembered best as bigot

An obituary in the New York Times always means you were somebody. But when it leads with “fought a losing battle to discriminate against gay employees,” it’s not so flattering.    READ MORE »

‘Gen Silent’ film exposes LGBT elderly plight

Problems and issues facing elderly LGBT folks are examined in Stu Maddux’s award-winning documentary “Gen Silent,” screening Thursday as a fundraiser for SAGE Atlanta.    READ MORE »

‘Glee’ dads, Nick Jonas, ‘Gay Movement’ video

Rachel’s gay dads cast on Fox hit, Jonas Brother talks gay rights, documentary pitch goes viral, Los Angeles mandates condom use at porn shoots, SLDN director steps down, more.    READ MORE »

This gay is giving up on Midtown (and Blake’s)

It’s not the crime, the $20 blow jobs, struggling gay icons or a raid on a gay bar. No, what’s really driving one gay guy out of Midtown are the nights of judgment and ridicule. From other gay men. In a gay bar.    READ MORE »

Amy Ray’s ‘Lung of Love’ to rock local shows

Amy Ray, half of local lesbian duo Indigo Girls, is putting the finishing touches on a new solo album and performing live shows this week to preview it. “Lung of Love” hits Dahlonega this weekend.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 26 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Need release? We're right behind you. Back up on this roster of relief we affectionately call the Gay Agenda of today’s LGBT events, from celebrities and contests to plays and parties and beyond.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Four guys and their brief encounters

What do you get when mixing four cute and playful guys, several pairs of underwear and a photographer? A Morning Fix full of packed pouches and overflowing junk. Oh to be the stylist on that photo shoot.    READ MORE »

King Center loses one of its gay marriage bigots

There appears to be room for only one gay marriage opponent at the helm of Atlanta’s King Center. A week after Bernice King was named CEO, her brother is out as president.    READ MORE »

Teen suicide, gay cruise survivors, Todd Glass

Parents on late son’s “pure hell,” gay couple's story from capsized cruise ship, comic Glass comes out, Santorums play victims to activists, Huntsman endorses Romney, more.    READ MORE »

MLK breakfast draws big LGBT crowd [photos]

A capacity crowd of LGBT activists and gay-friendly allies filled the social hall of a Midtown church on Monday for the 11th Annual Bayard Rustin/Audre Lorde Breakfast.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 21 gay things to do in Atlanta today

We now return you to your regularly scheduled week. If you had Monday off, the rest of us are jealous but we’re here for you. So are today’s LGBT events with a little flair for your workweek.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Jeremy a Marine who makes us proud

A strapping young Marine with pierced nipples and a tat on his bum? Yep, we’re hooked. Like any sexy Marine, Jeremy makes us proud and he proudly puts it all on display.    READ MORE »

Diego Wolf wins MSR’s Drag Race 2 [photos]

After months of competition, the finalists took the stage for the final showdown to see which king or queen would top them all to become the second Drag Race winner at My Sister’s Room.    READ MORE »

Did Bernice King just open her arms to the gays?

Bernice King, the new CEO of the Martin Luther King Jr. Center that seemingly told the gays to piss off last week, may have scratched off her scab of anti-gay views on Monday. Happy birthday, MLK.    READ MORE »

Rockstars bares briefs for MLK kickoff [photos]

With more than a half-dozen guys in form-fitting underwear, a packed crowd and thumping beats, Rockstars Production pushed its gay MLK Weekend slate of nightlife events into overdrive.    READ MORE »

A wild Wild Cherry birthday at Bliss [photos]

To grasp the charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent that is gay Atlanta’s Tony Kearney, aka Wild Cherry Sucret, one need only look to his drag, stripper, cute boy birthday party last week.    READ MORE »

MLK on gay, Golden Globes, Santorum backers

Experts on how MLK would consider gay rights, gay Globes wins and moments, anti-gay groups endorse Rick Santorum, Focus on the Family's Broncos game ad, more.    READ MORE »

Monday: 16 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Happy MLK Day! Check out the annual LGBT and gay-inclusive commemorations, plus more event options that put a little gay in your day whether you’re working today or not.    READ MORE »