10 game changers who came out and broke ground in sports

10 game changers who came out and broke ground in sports

Long before Michael Sam, Layshia Clarendon, Adam Rippon and Gus Kenworthy, here are just a handful of the LGBTQ athletes who paved the way when they came out and changed the world.    READ MORE »

Fulton man gets life in prison for sex with gay teen

Fulton man gets life in prison for sex with gay teen

A Fulton County man was sentenced to life in prison without parole for molesting a gay 13-year-old boy less than a year after being released from prison for a similar crime.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Are you tired and listless? Workweek got you down? Too pooped to pop? You don’t need Vitavitavegemin. Check the Queer Agenda calendar of LGBTQ events set for Friday through Sunday.    READ MORE »

Atlanta mayor decries ‘dangerous and discriminatory’ trans troop ban

Atlanta mayor decries ‘dangerous and discriminatory’ trans troop ban

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms hit back at the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling allowing President Trump’s ban on transgender troops to go into effect.    READ MORE »

4 Atlanta spots among most popular gay bars in U.S.

4 Atlanta spots among most popular gay bars in U.S.

Four Atlanta gay bars have another reason to be proud after landing on NewNowNext’s list of the most popular gay bars in America.    READ MORE »

Out former Falcon Esera Tuaolo hosts Super Bowl Inclusion Party

Out former Falcon Esera Tuaolo hosts Super Bowl Inclusion Party

When Esera Tuaolo hits Atlanta for the Super Bowl, it will be different than when he played the game as a Falcon in 1999. This time, he queers up the week with a diversity panel and LGBTQ party.    READ MORE »

Game on in Q mag for out athletes, Super Bowl and more sporty spice

Game on in Q mag for out athletes, Super Bowl and more sporty spice

Even weighed down in social albatrosses, the NFL still makes strides for LGBTQ inclusion for Super Bowl LIII. That includes out athletes, diversity panels and officially sanctioned queer events.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlanta honors MLK at Rustin Lorde Breakfast

LGBTQ Atlanta honors MLK at Rustin Lorde Breakfast

LGBTQ Atlanta celebrated the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and saluted social justice activists at the 18th Annual Bayard Rustin-Audre Lorde Breakfast.    READ MORE »

New drag show lands at Mother in Old Fourth Ward

New drag show lands at Mother in Old Fourth Ward

That sound you heard on Edgewood Avenue on Sunday was a new drag show called Mothership making its landing.    READ MORE »

Ten Atlanta celebrates six years of Sunday Fundays

Ten Atlanta celebrates six years of Sunday Fundays

You know it, you love it, you can’t get enough of it. It’s Sunday Funday in Atlanta, and one of the best places to be for it is Ten Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Shirley Franklin knocks Gov. Brian Kemp on ‘legal discrimination’
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Shirley Franklin knocks Gov. Brian Kemp on ‘legal discrimination’

Shirley Franklin called anti-LGBTQ 'religious freedom' bills discriminatory as Gov. Brian Kemp — a supporter of such legislation — sat just feet away during a ceremony honoring Martin Luther King Jr.    READ MORE »

Closeted at 60 and other queer struggles with authentic self

Closeted at 60 and other queer struggles with authentic self

When to stop being yourself because online isn't the place for all your business, and when to embrace it with your whole heart because life is too short to live anyone's life but your own.    READ MORE »

Bulldogs goes all out for MLK weekend

Bulldogs goes all out for MLK weekend

Bulldogs was jumpin’ on Saturday as MLK weekend went into full swing in Atlanta.    READ MORE »

DJ Paulo delivers tribal beats at Heretic

DJ Paulo delivers tribal beats at Heretic

DJ Paulo returned to Atlanta to rock the Heretic with his tribal and progressive house beats.    READ MORE »

Atlanta mayor honors Armorettes on 40th anniversary

Atlanta mayor honors Armorettes on 40th anniversary

The Armorettes celebrated a milestone anniversary by doing what they do best — raising money to fight HIV/AIDS.    READ MORE »

10 things queers (and everyone) can do to fight racism

10 things queers (and everyone) can do to fight racism

Every person of every race can do something every day to work to end racism. The time is now to stem the tide against hatred, both for intersectional justice and within the LGBTQ community.    READ MORE »

Westboro Baptist Church to protest at Super Bowl in Atlanta

Westboro Baptist Church to protest at Super Bowl in Atlanta

Members of the anti-LGBTQ hate group Westboro Baptist Church will hold a series of protests at the Super Bowl in Atlanta and at several North Georgia churches on Feb. 3.    READ MORE »

Catch Queer Atlanta’s own Melissa Scott making mogul moves
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Catch Queer Atlanta’s own Melissa Scott making mogul moves

Meet entrepreneur Melissa Scott with business cred under her belt, legend status with TraxxGirls, reality show fame with Love and Hip Hop Atlanta, and the ear of mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms.    READ MORE »

Fulton commissioner wants $600,000 to fight HIV epidemic

Fulton commissioner wants $600,000 to fight HIV epidemic

A Fulton County Commissioner is calling on residents to lobby her fellow commissioners for $600,000 to fight HIV/AIDS at the board’s meeting on Wednesday.    READ MORE »

When it feels right defending the drag queens we hate

When it feels right defending the drag queens we hate

Back in the marriage equality fight of the mid-2000s, before states that allowed same-sex marriage were stacking up faster than empty champagne flutes at a fancy brunch, there was a significant side conversation.    READ MORE »

 
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