Shorter U. president not swayed by anti-gay flap

Shorter's unflappable president, Donald Dowless, dismisses the criticism over the school’s anti-gay witch hunt as “honest disagreement” as the campus strives “to love Jesus Christ.”    READ MORE »

Ga. student fights sanctions over anti-gay views

A conservative Christian graduate student in Georgia who wants to counsel LGBT people that homosexuality is immoral took her case to a federal appeals court in Atlanta on Tuesday.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 26 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Smack in the middle of the workweek, Wednesday can make you feel stuck. Let today’s Gay Agenda of LGBT events nudge you over Hump Day so it’s all downhill from here.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Ben Bowers loses his shirt

Here's the thing about sexy Ben Bowers: He looks almost as good in a shirt as he does without one. Thankfully, his shirt seems to go missing as this toned and sporty guy shows off for the Morning Fix.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta gets creative for World AIDS Day

It’s only been a few years since local World AIDS Day commemorations consisted of scattered free testing sites and events that mostly failed to engage its target audience. Not anymore.    READ MORE »

Creative Loafing’s got a beef with lesbian foodie

Atlanta-based lesbian foodie, hurricane chaser and New York Times bureau chief Kim Severson is no stranger to critics of her work. But now she’s facing some friendly fire from Creative Loafing.    READ MORE »

World AIDS Day means bad news for gays & HIV

World AIDS Day on Dec. 1 always brings a round of bad news about HIV and gay men. There’s some hope, too, thanks to optimistic heath officials in Atlanta, but let’s just get the bad stuff out of the way.    READ MORE »

Gay judge, softball settlement, joint tax returns

Vermont seats nation’s first gay Supreme Court justice, Gay Softball World Series settles with bisexual players, Illinois allows civil union couples to file jointly, the legacy of Barney Frank, more.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 24 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Baby, it's cold outside. Snuggle up with the warm welcomes on the Gay Agenda calendar of today’s queer events in Atlanta. Click through our list of cozy shows, sirens and sound-offs.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Corey Wise likes to get tied up

Corey Wise says his passion is being in front of the camera. More likely, it’s getting a little tied up in front of the camera. This Seattle guy makes ties look sexier than ever.    READ MORE »

Johnny Weir part of CNN’s Atlanta gay town hall

A panel of LGBT pundits, including champion figure skater Johnny Weir, will headline a CNN town hall in December that will consider if more openness about the gays has led to more acceptance.    READ MORE »

Outwrite, Charis plan Saturday fun-raisers

In a tough year for locally owned gay businesses and a rough decade for bookstores, Outwrite fetes its 18th anniversary this week as Charis welcomes singer Doria Roberts.    READ MORE »

Del Shores and Jason Dottley to divorce

Del Shores, the playwright behind the “Sordid Lives” franchise, announced Sunday that he and actor-singer Jason Dottley will end their 10-year relationship. Dottley is asking for privacy.    READ MORE »

Sandy Springs taps lesbian lawyer as prosecutor

Run afoul of the law in Sandy Springs and your case might come across the desk of Jane Morrison, a lesbian attorney and the newest member of the legal team for the Fulton County city.    READ MORE »

Barney Frank, gay Occupy porn, George Michael

Senior gay House member to retire, partner challenges reports of singer’s impending death, porn shoot at Occupy Oakland, United Airlines investigates “faggot” comment, more.    READ MORE »

Atlanta rapper T.I. says ‘gays too sensitive’

Atlanta rapper T.I., done with his stint at a halfway house, apparently now has time to take aim at the gays, saying they are “too sensitive” and that “if you can take a dick, you can take a joke.”    READ MORE »

Monday: 13 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Rainy days and Mondays don’t have to get you down. Even as the world goes back to work, gay Atlanta works up events to relieve those post-holiday doldrums.    READ MORE »

Monday: Vinicius Goulart packs his Speedo

Winter's barely got its start and already we're thinking of summer and Speedos. Maybe it's the packed red one of Vinicius Goulart that has us daydreaming.    READ MORE »

Sunday: 18 gay things to do in Atlanta today

It’s been a great long weekend. Keep up the pace with LGBT Atlanta’s stage shows, game days and bar specials designed to stretch out the holiday as far as it will go.    READ MORE »

Sunday: Samuel Iwaniak bares it in the woods

When Samuel Iwaniak decides to hang in the woods with a few buds and show off the latest from Banglads, it's going to make for one sizzling photo shoot.    READ MORE »

 
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