One black, gay Atlanta man’s story ‘for the love of Andre Leon Talley’

One black, gay Atlanta man’s story ‘for the love of Andre Leon Talley’

As his documentary hits Atlanta, a fashion icon is remembered for his impact on black LGBTQ culture by a local queer advocate with a parallel personal journey to share.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Stonewall Weekend brings more to love in the LGBTQ-ATL. Events line up for you to knock down Friday through Sunday, from weekend-long festivals and annual summits and nightly parties.    READ MORE »

Boys and beats at Peach Party blowout at Heretic

Boys and beats at Peach Party blowout at Heretic

The boys came out to Heretic on Saturday night for Peach Party weekend’s main event.    READ MORE »

Peach Party weekend caps off with Midtown Tavern Tea Dance

Peach Party weekend caps off with Midtown Tavern Tea Dance

Peach Party weekend kept going strong on Sunday with a Tea Dance at Midtown Tavern.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta man who stole from non-profit avoids jail time

Gay Atlanta man who stole from non-profit avoids jail time

The former executive director of a gay Atlanta non-profit pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $56,000 from the organization, but avoided jail time and is now raising money to start a new non-profit.    READ MORE »

Hundreds show their Pride in Piedmont Park run

Hundreds show their Pride in Piedmont Park run

Hundreds of adults, kids and four-legged friends kicked Saturday off by taking part in the 28th Annual Atlanta Pride Run & Walk in Piedmont Park.    READ MORE »

Pride month revelers hit up Rainbow Pub Crawl

Pride month revelers hit up Rainbow Pub Crawl

LGBTQ ATLiens celebrated Pride month in Midtown on Saturday by taking part in the 1st Annual Rainbow Pub Crawl.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta blooms in Q mag just in time for Stonewall Week

Queer Atlanta blooms in Q mag just in time for Stonewall Week

From the real history of Stonewall to the latest looks, from iconic lives to hard truth telling, the latest issue of Q celebrates finding our best selves as a community and as individuals.    READ MORE »

Augusta protects municipal employees from LGBTQ discrimination

Augusta protects municipal employees from LGBTQ discrimination

The Augusta-Richmond County Commission on Tuesday voted unanimously to pass a resolution extending non-discrimination protections to LGBTQ municipal employees.    READ MORE »

Stacey Abrams makes history at Georgia Equality gala
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Stacey Abrams makes history at Georgia Equality gala

Political candidates and elected officials came out Saturday for the annual Evening for Equality gala, including a speech by an LGBTQ ally running for governor and $100,000 in fundraising.    READ MORE »

Atlanta event introduces ‘The Gospel’ of Andre Leon Talley

Atlanta event introduces ‘The Gospel’ of Andre Leon Talley

Icon, 'Vogue' veteran and 'fashion story teller' Andre Leon Talley talks to Q magazine about clothes, privacy, and his personal ‘Gospel’ in advance of documentary screenings.    READ MORE »

Ten plays outdoors with Sunday Funday patio party

Ten plays outdoors with Sunday Funday patio party

When the Marys & Mimosas were done with brunch, Ten changed gears on Sunday to host its Patio Beach Ball Party.    READ MORE »

Daniel Newman and his sexy friend set social media on fire

Daniel Newman and his sexy friend set social media on fire

Like some of gay Atlanta, Daniel Newman enjoys a weekend romp at Lake Lanier. But when you're a sexy actor from "The Walking Dead," fun on the water quickly turns into a social media thirst trap.    READ MORE »

Keeping up with nosy, picky, sneezy queers

Keeping up with nosy, picky, sneezy queers

You will never live up to your perception of the Seven Dwarves in the LGBTQ village, so stop comparing their social media highlight reels to your behind-the-scenes footage.    READ MORE »

HRC endorses Stacey Abrams for Georgia governor

HRC endorses Stacey Abrams for Georgia governor

The Human Rights Campaign on Friday endorsed former Georgia House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams for governor.    READ MORE »

Meet the lesbian running for the Georgia House in St. Simons

Meet the lesbian running for the Georgia House in St. Simons

One thing people aren’t used to seeing in House District 179 in St. Simons is a Democrat on the ballot, which will change this fall thanks to lesbian school administrator Julie Jordan.    READ MORE »

Slay summer with LGBTQ Atlanta’s hottest shows, specials and soirees

Slay summer with LGBTQ Atlanta’s hottest shows, specials and soirees

Gird your loins, children. Stonewall Month kicks off more than three-dozen events that keep your to-do list hot as the summer sun all season long. Summer, slain.    READ MORE »

Best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

One of the busiest weekends of Atlanta’s LGBTQ calendar lands with enough event options to fill several weekends. The Queer Agenda helps you sort it out and plan your attack.    READ MORE »

Why’s it so hard for so many LGBTQs to let bisexuals exist?

Why’s it so hard for so many LGBTQs to let bisexuals exist?

It's Visibility 101. Too many 'act as if bisexuality is somehow the tableside guacamole of sexuality.' We're not entitled to chill while they prove they are bi while we sip margs and judge.    READ MORE »

Athens GOP leader goes on anti-gay rant on Pulse anniversary
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Athens GOP leader goes on anti-gay rant on Pulse anniversary

A prominent Athens GOP leader wrote a series of anti-LGBTQ Facebook posts on Tuesday — the two-year anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting.    READ MORE »

 
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