We’re here, we’re queer, we’re conquering our fears

We’re here, we’re queer, we’re conquering our fears

Don't feed the fears, queers, The Q offers advice this week on facing the unknown, from your secret fetish fantasies to relationship commitment issues to your mind-numbingly boring rut.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ students at Spelman called ‘freaks,’ targeted with hateful notes

LGBTQ students at Spelman called ‘freaks,’ targeted with hateful notes

The president of the LGBTQ student group at Spelman College and her transgender partner were targeted with hateful anti-trans notes calling them "freaks" and telling them they aren't wanted on the campus of the Atlanta women's college.    READ MORE »

Lucy Stoole’s genderqueer art drag takes a big juicy bite out of Atlanta

Lucy Stoole’s genderqueer art drag takes a big juicy bite out of Atlanta

It’s been clear since the sophomore stages of her career that Lucy Stoole was going to be an underground queer icon. Now her living art shines on the next LEWK party in Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Is PrEP a license to throw caution to the wind?

Is PrEP a license to throw caution to the wind?

To say I was excited is an understatement when the FDA approved an HIV treatment drug as a Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP). The fear of becoming HIV positive can subside, but too much?    READ MORE »

Eagle crowns its new daddy during Atlanta Leather Pride

Eagle crowns its new daddy during Atlanta Leather Pride

Atlanta Leather Pride collided with the Atlanta Eagle's 31st birthday for a weekend-long celebration highlighted by crowning a new Mr. Atlanta Eagle.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Bucks rugby jocks Ruck N Maul for charity

Atlanta Bucks rugby jocks Ruck N Maul for charity

The burly men of Atlanta Bucks Rugby tapped their inner queens – drag queens, that is – for their annual camp drag pageant fundraiser Miss Ruck N Maul on Saturday.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Now that the weather agrees with the calendar, celebrations of spring can officially commence. LGBTQ Atlanta events bring it, from community unity to Bacchanalian debaucheries.    READ MORE »

Park Cannon, Sam Park rally LGBTQ support for re-election bids

Park Cannon, Sam Park rally LGBTQ support for re-election bids

Park Cannon and Sam Park – the two LGBTQ state lawmakers facing re-election opponents – hosted LGBTQ supporters for a pep rally and fundraiser on Tuesday.    READ MORE »

Meet the fab 5 queers playing Laughing Skull Comedy Festival

Meet the fab 5 queers playing Laughing Skull Comedy Festival

After nearly 1,000 submissions and tough decisions, Midtown’s premiere comedy club is ready to bring 60 top comedians to Atlanta. Meet the queer comics on the roster.    READ MORE »

Welcome to LGBTQ Atlanta, where we never, ever back down

Welcome to LGBTQ Atlanta, where we never, ever back down

Queer ATLiens are gloriously diverse, but with certain common qualities that connect us: Our Southern-fried pride is a tenacity of steel, smelted in adversity and formed in determination.    READ MORE »

Hotlanta Softball gets ‘Tramp-y’ to crown new Mr. HSL

Hotlanta Softball gets ‘Tramp-y’ to crown new Mr. HSL

The jocks of the Hotlanta Softball League took to the stage on Saturday for the annual Mr. HSL contest, this year held for the first time at Lips.    READ MORE »

The bears come out for Bearracuda and Tony Moran at Heretic

The bears come out for Bearracuda and Tony Moran at Heretic

Bears and bear lovers celebrated all weekend long during Atlanta Bear Pride, which reached its peak on Saturday with DJ Tony Moran and the Bearracuda main event at Heretic.    READ MORE »

Stacey Evans tells LGBT supporters ‘I will always have your back’

Stacey Evans tells LGBT supporters ‘I will always have your back’

Stacey Evans – a former state lawmaker now seeking the Democratic nomination for governor – met with LGBT supports in Midtown Atlanta, pledging to fight for LGBT equality and to 'always be there for you.'    READ MORE »

How to break up like a grown queer instead of a jerk

How to break up like a grown queer instead of a jerk

Bailing on difficult conversations? Adulting is hard. If you're ghosting instead of confronting, sabotaging yourself to avoid discussion, or missing out over having a chat, it's time to buck up.    READ MORE »

Gay entrepreneurs ask for help in final push to launch Guac y Margys

Gay entrepreneurs ask for help in final push to launch Guac y Margys

The guys behind the gay-owned Guac y Margys are pushing hard to bring margaritas to the Beltline in June. And they are asking for help to close out an online campaign to raise funds to build the new restaurant's patio and bar.    READ MORE »

Man arrested for sexually assaulting male victim in restroom

Man arrested for sexually assaulting male victim in restroom

Atlanta police arrested a 54-year-old Uber Eats driver for allegedly sexually assaulting a mentally disabled man in a bathroom at the popular Southwest Atlanta restaurant where he worked.    READ MORE »

Expressing ourselves, and why gender isn’t the sum of our traits

Expressing ourselves, and why gender isn’t the sum of our traits

No matter how we try, nobody's gender expression is going to please everyone. When falling outside the 'expected,' it's paramount to serenity to value our own standards.    READ MORE »

Valerie Vie seeks a rematch in Georgia House race

Valerie Vie seeks a rematch in Georgia House race

Valerie Vie wants a rematch. So the attorney dusted off her campaign playbook from 2016 and is running again for a seat in Georgia House, this time hoping to beat the attorney that defeated her two years ago.    READ MORE »

Bears, cubs and more furry beefcakes ready for Atlanta Bear Pride

Bears, cubs and more furry beefcakes ready for Atlanta Bear Pride

Winter is a memory, spring is here, and Atlanta Bear Pride is coming for you this weekend. Bears, cubs and more furry beefcakes come out of hibernation for parties at multiple venues.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

One of the biggest LGBTQ schedules of the year so far lands you in the thick of the a Queer Agenda calendar from annual throwdowns to one-night-only specials you won’t soon forget.    READ MORE »

 
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