Joining Hearts parties hard for its Sunday tea

The party with a purpose do-gooders at Joining Hearts danced their Sunday away, continuing the drum beat to gay Atlanta's biggest pool party.    READ MORE »

Gay civic leader shot, killed outside Atlanta home

A prominent gay civic leader, volunteer and neighborhood activist was gunned down in the front yard of his southwest Atlanta home on Saturday, killed by a single bullet before his assailant fled in the victim's Lexus.    READ MORE »

Cousin won’t give donations to hate crime victim

A gay Atlanta man severely burned in a homophobic attack now is fighting with a relative who is withholding thousands in donations raised during an online campaign to help pay for his medical expenses.    READ MORE »

Cheshire Bridge’s play spa fluffs, buffs and expands

It's fluffed, buffed and rebranded. The welcome center to gay Atlanta's sexy times on Cheshire Bridge Road has undergone a months-long renovation that revamped its exterior and expanded its interior to make it more of an LGBT toy store and play spa.    READ MORE »

Jerusalem House parties with Stars at Biltmore

Cocktails met cash for a cause on Thursday as Jerusalem House hosted its annual Stars Party & Silent Auction to raise money to support the non-profit's HIV housing programs.    READ MORE »

Tituss Burgess to gay Georgia: Vote ‘terrorists’ out of office

Gay actor and Georgia native Tituss Burgess threw some shade at the Peach State during an appearance on "The Late Show," urging LGBT folks to turn down Beyonce, step out of the bars and help vote anti-gay lawmakers out of office.    READ MORE »

Sandy Springs to consider LGBT protections

A Sandy Springs city council member is lobbying for the metro Atlanta city to adopt an LGBT-inclusive non-discrimination statement to make it clear that 'discrimination has no place in our community.'    READ MORE »

Lesbian affair at center of Atlanta arson, death?

A doctor who died in a suspected arson at his Atlanta home on Saturday had been arrested twice for domestic violence, the latest coming two days before his death after accusing his wife of having a lesbian affair.    READ MORE »

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

You’ve earned your R&R, and the LGBT-ATL has your interests at heart with events like movies, performances, sports, cocktail parties, and all-weekend shindigs. Ready? Set. Go!    READ MORE »

Atlanta Leather Pride ready to dominate Eagle

It’s three days of harnesses, hot guys, daddies, bootblacks and all sorts of activities as Atlanta Leather Pride dominates the Eagle this weekend.    READ MORE »

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Bucks scrum their way through Royals match

The gay rugby jocks of the Atlanta Bucks continued the spring season on Saturday, hosting the Charlotte Royals for an afternoon match at Boulevard Crossing Park in Southeast Atlanta.    READ MORE »

This Atlanta guy will so sex up your coffee date

Stretching with the morning coffee, walking the dog without a shirt or popping out of the pool, Atlanta guy Smith Culberson does most anything with sizzling sex appeal.    READ MORE »

This Republican tired of Georgia GOP gay crusade

A Republican appointee who runs the Georgia Commission on Equal Opportunity criticized the GOP-led movement to pass an anti-gay 'religious freedom' bill, saying the effort has 'gotten way out of whack.'    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta rallies to thank Deal for anti-gay bill veto

Gay Atlanta rallied at the State Capitol on Tuesday to deliver a resounding 'thank you' to Gov. Nathan Deal for vetoing an anti-gay 'religious freedom' bill.    READ MORE »

Gay chorus fundraiser offers bounty of Big Wigs

The gays who sing and their admirers worked wigs and retro looks to relive their high school proms for the annual Big Wig fundraiser on Saturday at King Plow Arts Center.    READ MORE »

DJ Alex Acosta powers Jungle dance party

Powerhouse DJ Alex Acosta returned to Jungle on Saturday to deliver his beats to a dance party crowd as part of the One Magical Weekend Tour.    READ MORE »

Atlanta bans travel to N.C. over anti-gay law

Mayor Kasim Reed banned non-essential travel by city employees to North Carolina, the latest move by several cities and states reacting to that state's new anti-gay law.    READ MORE »

Gay grunts pull on camo for Barracks at Heretic

The Heretic did military-grade sexy on Friday as it pulled on its gayest camouflage and gear for a wild night of playing Barracks with DJ Seth Breezy.    READ MORE »

Daddies dominate jam-packed night at Woof’s

Maybe it was March Madness. Or the Atlanta Bucks. But definitely the daddies. The packed crowd stretched out the door and around the sidewalk on Saturday at Woof's.    READ MORE »

Pastors: God not going to be vetoed in Georgia

Black religious conservatives said the veto of an anti-gay 'religious freedom' bill shows that Christians are under attack and complained LGBT people should stop comparing their fight to the civil rights movement.    READ MORE »