Dancing queens diva-bomb Jungle Whitney night

It was right, and it was more than OK. Legendary remix producer and circuit DJ Chris Cox returned to Atlanta behind one of his star-making divas Saturday on what would have been her 51st birthday.    READ MORE »

Double the beats, double the Sunday fun at Ten

What turns an average Sunday into Sunday Funday? Good friends, plenty of cocktails and double the music. Ten Atlanta delivered just that over the weekend.    READ MORE »

Bizarre attack in Midtown caught on video

A man lashed out at people who confronted his female companion over blocking traffic in Midtown, swiping a man's cane, assaulting a woman and threatening a gay man who recorded what happened.    READ MORE »

Did this gay Atlanta man lie about his intimacy with HIV?

A gay Atlanta man who volunteers with LGBT groups has come under fire for allegedly lying to a national newspaper for its extensive report on HIV among gay black men.    READ MORE »

Welcome to Decatur, rich white gay people

A diversity study in Decatur reveals sweeping changes across race and income lines and verification of the old nickname “Dyke-cater.” Can the city stem the gentrification tide, and does it want to?    READ MORE »

Grindr wants to get you off (and maybe on PrEP)

Grindr is pretty good at getting you laid. It can also get you an STD. So while you scroll through those sexy Grindr chests, makers of the app want you to know they are big fans of PrEP.    READ MORE »

Meet the new LGBT liaison for Atlanta police

Atlanta police announced a shuffling of its LGBT liaisons on Thursday, naming a new officer as the agency's second go-between for officers and the city's LGBT residents.    READ MORE »

The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Your same-ol’ week just became one of those awesome weekends. Let it all go and recharge with LGBT events like shows, parties or a whole weekend of bondage. It’s all here for the taking.    READ MORE »

Rand Paul: Ga. can’t help but hate gay marriage

Sen. Rand Paul, the Kentucky Republican likely to run for president, gave a pass to gay marriage bigots in Georgia, excusing their opposition as something to be expected. Because Georgia.    READ MORE »

Is ‘funky’ the new ‘gay’ in Midtown Atlanta?

In case you need another sign that the return of construction threatens the gay in gayborhood, there's this: Now Midtown isn't so much "gay" as it is "funky." Ugh.    READ MORE »

Jason Carter quietly comes out for gay marriage

State Sen. Jason Carter, the Democrat for Georgia governor, quietly came out in support of gay marriage. It only took a round of media coverage and growing concern from LGBT activists to get him there.    READ MORE »

Target declares it’s gay for marriage equality

Everybody’s favorite superstore chain takes its most symbolic step yet toward LGBT support and away from an anti-gay past. The retailer hops off the fence to express full-throated backing of gay marriage.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta guys fight crime, one Jeep at a time

A late-night stroll to the laundry turned into a crime fighting adventure for a gay Atlanta couple, who stalled an auto break-in despite a cranky criminal threatening them with a big piece of wood.    READ MORE »

7 things you didn’t know about Atlanta’s big gay bondage fest

If you think kink, or think you might like to, what’s better than a weekend of leather, rubber, bootblack or BDSM? All four fetishes wrapped into one big series of events at Southeast Black & Blue Weekend, that’s what.    READ MORE »

Enjoy your butt sex. And Truvada, too.

If I was a top, I never would consider Truvada. But I'm not. So let's talk about HIV and butt sex, Truvada and PrEP. But without any slut-shaming asshole telling you what you should do with your body.    READ MORE »

This porn star doesn’t want girls to ruin gay bars

It’s an issue that just keeps coming up, only for gay pornster Chris Harder it’s while he’s working. He has a problem with some straight girls in gay bars and has advice for a more peaceful coexistence.    READ MORE »

ATL bandit artist pops up at NYC Guggenheim

Just weeks after taking LGBT rights to an East Atlanta street fight, gay artist John Morse employs the rainbow as both medium and message again, this time in a guerrilla art pop-up in New York City.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Bucks train their rugby recruits

The gay ruggers of the Atlanta Bucks polished their skills and trained some rookie recruits on Saturday as the squad preps for its trip to Sydney for the gay world championships.    READ MORE »

Libertarian for Senate seat backs gay marriage

The Libertarian candidate for Georgia's open U.S. Senate seat supports marriage equality, making her the only one in the race that fully backs gay marriage.    READ MORE »

Blake’s, Church, Mary’s top Atlanta’s 50 best

A gay angel earns its wings when a local magazine includes shout-outs to the LGBT-ATL in its rundown of Atlanta’s “Best.” When global media follows suit, let the choir sing and Gabriel’s horn blow.    READ MORE »