Anti-gay pastor to lead Atlanta-area megachurch

Anti-gay pastor to lead Atlanta-area megachurch

The newly-named leader of an Atlanta-area megachurch once compared homosexuality to drug addiction and called it a “rebellion” against God.    READ MORE »

Overcoming the unreasonable fears that hold queers back

Overcoming the unreasonable fears that hold queers back

The thrill of the chase often gets old as you do, and freezing your desires for the sake of others does too. Time to overcome preconceptions so you can move forward.    READ MORE »

Meet women building a queer legacy in Atlanta

Meet women building a queer legacy in Atlanta

A legacy is not simply a thing we receive. It is something we build. Legacies are how we live our lives, and they are our contribution to the next generation.    READ MORE »

What’s in a name? Trans Georgians reveal how they chose a new one

What’s in a name? Trans Georgians reveal how they chose a new one

Local transgender people reveal their sometimes moving, never boring paths to selecting a name that better aligns with their gender identity.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlanta honors victims of anti-trans violence at annual vigil

LGBTQ Atlanta honors victims of anti-trans violence at annual vigil

Transgender activists and LGBTQ allies crowded into the Rush Center on Tuesday to call attention to anti-trans violence during the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance.    READ MORE »

Lost N Found co-founder arrested for trespassing at Lost N Found

Lost N Found co-founder arrested for trespassing at Lost N Found

The co-founder of Lost N Found Youth was arrested for trespassing at the organization’s thrift store on Monday, one day after police made him leave the group’s youth center.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta Thanksgiving weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta Thanksgiving weekend

The holiday week brings more, not less, to the Queer Agenda calendar of events in Atlanta. Take your pick from Wednesday Thanksgiving Eve festivities all the way through Sunday.    READ MORE »

Q mag calls out queer ATL women, party boys and trans name changes

Q mag calls out queer ATL women, party boys and trans name changes

From first to last to entire communities, what we call ourselves matters, especially if it'a a human being who's also queer and misidentified. This issue of Q does the name game.    READ MORE »

ManShaft men break out the leather at Heretic

ManShaft men break out the leather at Heretic

DJ Diablo Rojo was back on Saturday with his popular ManShaft party, and this time it was the Levi and leather edition at Heretic.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ ally Lindy Miller says runoff race ‘is about justice’
News  |  Politics

LGBTQ ally Lindy Miller says runoff race ‘is about justice’

LGBTQ ally Lindy Miller frames her arguments for a seat on the public service commission in terms of justice. Miller faces Republican incumbent Chuck Eaton in the Dec. 4 runoff.    READ MORE »

Brian Kemp appoints anti-LGBTQ activist to transition team
News  |  Politics

Brian Kemp appoints anti-LGBTQ activist to transition team

Georgia Gov.-elect Brian Kemp reiterated his plans to sign a “religious freedom” bill into law, and unveiled a transition team that includes a gay Republican and an anti-LGBTQ activist.    READ MORE »

MSR gets queer AF for Sunday Funday

MSR gets queer AF for Sunday Funday

My Sister’s Room in Midtown had a stacked lineup on Nov. 18 for its all-new weekly Sunday night show called Queer AF from the Queerly Beloved crew.    READ MORE »

Divertidos! celebrates Latinx Pride at Heretic

Divertidos! celebrates Latinx Pride at Heretic

Atlanta’s newest gay dance party debuted at Heretic on Friday with a sexy message of inclusivity.    READ MORE »

Josh McKoon: Kemp win guarantees ‘religious freedom’ bill

Josh McKoon: Kemp win guarantees ‘religious freedom’ bill

The face of Georgia’s 'religious freedom' bill fight says the anti-LGBTQ legislation is 'finally going to happen' now that Brian Kemp is going to be governor.    READ MORE »

Marriage isn’t smooth sailing. Are you Gutted, Lazy or Stigma-rant?

Marriage isn’t smooth sailing. Are you Gutted, Lazy or Stigma-rant?

In marriage matters, committing to one another is the first step, but far from the last. Issues arise no matter the stage of your relationship, and a little good advice can go a long way.    READ MORE »

Fulton jail blocks rapid HIV tests, calls them ‘antiquated’

Fulton jail blocks rapid HIV tests, calls them ‘antiquated’

The Fulton County Jail blocked the use of 1,000 rapid HIV testing kits, leading one HIV/AIDS expert to say that the jail 'could not care less about public health.'    READ MORE »

Thank you, Atlanta, for an amazing queer year of Q magazine

Thank you, Atlanta, for an amazing queer year of Q magazine

We couldn’t be prouder of our first 12 months, or more excited about the opportunities to do even more. As we hurtle into the future, we also glance back at 20 of our best covers and coverage.    READ MORE »

Jenna Laurenzo and Out on Film drop ‘Lez Bomb’ on Atlanta

Jenna Laurenzo and Out on Film drop ‘Lez Bomb’ on Atlanta

All she wants to do for Thanksgiving is bring her girlfriend home and come out to her parents and family, but matters get sidetracked for the main character in the comedic “Lez Bomb.”    READ MORE »

Atlanta bucking legend Anthony Davis dies at 46

Atlanta bucking legend Anthony Davis dies at 46

Anthony “Big Tony” Davis, who mentored countless young black gay men in Atlanta and across the country in the Southern dance style called bucking, died on Sunday at age 46.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

It’s been a hard-fought week, but your sweet reward is here. Run your fingers through this long and lustrous Queer Agenda of Atlanta’s best LGBTQ events.    READ MORE »

 
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