Gay Democrat denounced by ex Ga. lawmaker

A gay Democratic political activist in Southwest Georgia was attacked for his sexual orientation by a former state lawmaker concerned that the 19-year-old man was running for a seat with the county party.    READ MORE »

Heretic blows out 25th birthday with Tony Moran

DJ Tony Moran delivered on Saturday as the top-ranked DJ, Grammy-nominated producer and remix master made it a celebration to remember as Heretic marked its 25th anniversary.    READ MORE »

8 reasons to celebrate Heretic’s 25th anniversary

The recipe is simple: Provide a place to check the attitude and often, your shirt. Mix in big name DJs, special events and hunky bartenders. Then you'll know why Heretic is celebrating 25 years of success.    READ MORE »

Georgia lesbian fired for being gay takes fight to court

LGBT attorneys for a former security guard fired for being gay took her case to an Atlanta-based federal appeals court on Thursday, arguing that she should get her day in court.    READ MORE »

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Time to get it in gear. Tis the season to don your gay apparel and get to all the ways Atlanta makes the holidays gay – with LGBT events from parties to performances and beyond.    READ MORE »

Hotlanta Softball ‘Jingle Balls’ through holidays

The Hotlanta Softball League teed up its holiday cheer on Sunday, hosting the annual Jingle Ball fundraiser that benefited Pride School Atlanta.    READ MORE »

DJ Paulo powers birthday fierceness for Phoenix

DJ Paulo returned to Jungle on Saturday as the club celebrated the birthday of its top queen Phoenix with 'A Night In White.' It's an annual tradition.    READ MORE »

Atlantan Amiyah Scott brings trans issues to life on Fox’s ‘Star’

Amiyah Scott’s time on 'The Real Housewives of Atlanta' may have ended prematurely, but the transgender model has moved on to a higher-profile new show that’s also set in Atlanta – Oscar-nominee Lee Daniels’ new show 'Star.'    READ MORE »

HIV rate among gay Atlanta men as high as 1 in 2

Two studies show the staggering reach of HIV in metro Atlanta, documenting how the region leads other large urban areas in HIV diagnoses and how as many as 1 in 2 gay men in some counties are HIV-positive.    READ MORE »

Positive Impact celebrates with Party With Impact

A longtime HIV organization celebrated its anniversary on Sunday, toasting its supporters and raising funds to continue and expand its services next year.    READ MORE »

Ten keeps it holiday festive with Snow Ball

When LGBT Atlanta finished with the biggest charity event of the season on Saturday, the holiday fun shifted to the gayborhood as Ten hosted the 4th Annual Snow Ball.    READ MORE »

Activists push to change HIV criminalization law in Georgia

A panel of HIV activists and LGBT organizers took aim at laws in Georgia that criminalize people with HIV and can leave them facing prison sentences of up to 20 years.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta cheers on holidays with Toy Party

LGBT Atlanta dressed in its holiday best on Saturday to celebrate the season while collecting toys and raising funds for organizations that help children in need.    READ MORE »

Speedo Santas show their holiday best for charity

In costumes that would make Santa blush, scores of Speedo-clad men and women dashed through Virginia-Highland in chilly temperatures on Saturday to raise funds for charity.    READ MORE »

Faith leaders, activists prepare for anti-trans bills

Transgender activists and leaders are gearing up to respond to any North Carolina House Bill 2 copycat bills that may come to Georgia when lawmakers return to the State Capitol next month.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta chamber adds tasty treat to holidays

With scrumptious savory delights and tasty sweet treats, the Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce rang in the holiday season with its annual Out in the Kitchen on Wednesday.    READ MORE »

LGBT group braces for anti-gay legislative fight

Anti-LGBT legislation could take many forms at the State Capitol during the 2017 legislative session, and Georgia Equality and its partners are gearing up for a fight.    READ MORE »

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Deck your halls and sleigh those bells, because the LGBT-ATL is in full holiday mode. Primp and prep yourself for shows, soirees and special events that put the Ho in your ho-li-gays.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta sex shop closes after two decades

A sex shop adjacent to gay Atlanta's red light district on Cheshire Bridge Road has closed after nearly two decades of providing happy endings to gay men 24 hours a day.    READ MORE »

Site for LGBT shelter now has $4 million price tag

The future Midtown home of a Lost N Found Youth shelter for homeless LGBT youth is up for sale by its owner – with a hefty $4 million per acre price tag.    READ MORE »