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Hotlanta Softball’s menacing beer bust [photos]

When the games are over and the gay jocks leave the field, a long day with the Hotlanta Softball League is far from over. It’s time for a beer bust!    READ MORE »

MLB ally, gay vandals, Methodist conference

Pitcher tweets Kiss Cam disgust, gays break anti-gay church’s windows, Methodists debate gay issues, Nebraska coach’s homophobic crusade, Colorado civil unions advance, more.    READ MORE »

Would you gay smooch for the Kiss Cam?

Pro sports teams love their Kiss Cams. They use them during lulls in the action to prompt couples to pucker up. But the punchline is often ending the bit on two unsuspecting men. Two guys kissing? Ick.    READ MORE »

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Nothing says weekend like a fresh batch of our top picks for Friday through Sunday LGBT events. Take these hot, steamy morsels out of the oven and smell the downtime goodness.    READ MORE »

Poet Stephen Mills hears gay voices

Do you think poetry is boring? Think again, then grab a copy of “He Do the Gay Man in Different Voices,” the debut collection by sexy, talented gay storyteller Stephen Mills, hitting Atlanta Saturday.    READ MORE »

Thursday: Smit twins and their Canadian sexy

O Canada! Jordan and Travis Smit prove that two is always better than one, especially when it’s toned, blond-haired models. The Canadian twins know how to deliver their casual sexy appeal.    READ MORE »

Author brings black gay vampire love to Atlanta

Author K. Murry Johnson breaks new ground by mixing never-before combined genres in his novel “Image of Emeralds and Chocolate,” and he presents the result to his gay Atlanta on Thursday.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Pride rolls out Stonewall Month events

Atlanta’s big Pride festival isn’t until October of course, but the Atlanta Pride Committee on Wednesday announced a full month of events to tide you over and commemorate the Stonewall anniversary.    READ MORE »

U.S.S. Harvey Milk, gay aging, Chely Wright

Navy urged to christen ship for vet Harvey Milk, White House confab on LGBT elderly, singer takes on Country detractors, analyzing Romney’s gay aide, Obama's LGBT accomplishments, more.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics

Newt pulls out, leaves messy Santorum behind

Georgia’s own embarrassment Newt Gingrich is out in a way that will make gays rejoice. He’s out of the GOP presidential race. Didn’t he already drop out? Nah but he makes it official next week.    READ MORE »

Ex-gay Rev. DL Foster attacks gay Atlanta author

Ex-gay pastor DL Foster launched a full frontal attack on gay Atlanta author Darian Aaron, calling his take on being gay and Christian “piggish thinking,” heresy and a license for immorality.    READ MORE »

Leslie Jordan back for laughs ‘til you cry or pee

Atlanta gays love their Leslie Jordan, the award-winning diminutive dynamo from “Sordid Lives,” “Will & Grace” and “The Help” whose one-man shows are a local phenomenon. He’s ba-aaack.    READ MORE »

HRC Atlanta to honor kinda out Sean Hayes

Actor Sean Hayes of “Will & Grace” fame–who ducked discussions of being gay until a contentious coming out interview in 2010–will be honored at the Atlanta HRC Dinner next month.    READ MORE »

Here’s to your LGBT Spring Health Fair

The Health Initiative dedicates itself all year to gay Atlanta’s wellness. Saturday’s Spring Health Fair offers free checkups and screenings as well as fun and informative special sessions.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: John Creighton’s sexy blue eyes

The eyes. If you can make it past the piercing blue eyes of John Creighton, you’ll be rewarded with abs, tats and the kind of bulky, muscled body you can sink your teeth into.    READ MORE »

Positive Impact parties with impact, too

Atlanta’s HIV/AIDS mental health agency kicks it up a notch at this year’s annual Party With Impact, an annual fundraising soirree that draws in a crowd with noshes, cocktails, mixing and mingling.    READ MORE »

Cockpit celebrates in its underwear [photos]

Cockpit marked its 1-year ‘Manniversary’ on Sunday the same way it opened last May: Celebrating with men not afraid of hair on their chest. And a jocks and underwear contest.    READ MORE »

You betta network. Tips for Spring Fling

Gay business networking gets supersized when AEN, Out & Equal and Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce join forces for Spring Fling. Here's how newbies can maximize networking mojo.    READ MORE »

‘Army Wives,’ gay sheriff scandal, lesbian mayor

Lesbian twist on “Army Wives,” Log Cabin support is gay sheriff’s next scandal, New York poised for first gay and first female mayor, Soulforce meets LDS, feds protect transgender workers, more.    READ MORE »

We love anything called ManShaft

DJ Diablo Rojo, you had us at “ManShaft.” The gay nightlife event that brings out the manly men returns next month, this time with a jock theme sure to please all you, ahem, athletic supporters.    READ MORE »

 
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