McDonald’s ad, Logo ‘Housewives,’ gaydar real

Mickey D’s goes gay in France, Logo reveals reality show cast, and it took a team of Dutch scientists to confirm that gaydar may actually exist. Those headlines and more serious affairs.    READ MORE »

‘Mo Media: What the gay pubs offer this week

The gay glossies go with a beachy, summer flavor while the papers tackle the Atlanta Police Department’s latest LGBT liaison. But that’s not all, so we take a look to help you cut through the clutter.    READ MORE »

Need Wood? Reporting for cleanup duty, sir

Tops beware: some bottoms aren’t ready for what you’re offering. Two letters this week need to know how to ask, suggest and flat out say that he needs to clean up before you can say “bottoms up.”    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 27 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Hump Day already? Aren't four-day workweeks the best? Even better with an entire list of LGBT events, from business networking to sports, plus live performances of theater, music, drag and karaoke.    READ MORE »

MondoHomo shows life is a cabaret [photos]

With performers named Queerella, STUD Butch and Molotov Cocktease, you know the evening's going to be entertaining. That's how it unfolded on Friday at MondoHomo's Mondo Cabaret.    READ MORE »

New albums from Clay Aiken and Tift Merritt

Since it’s a short workweek, the music industry’s release schedule is pretty light. Two notables are from North Carolinians, one with covers of classics, and one with superb originals.    READ MORE »

Pride Month, Malawi couple free, DADT battle

President officially declares June Pride Month, “Don’t Ask” showdown expected, Malawi gay couple freed, Wale apologizes and plays DC Black Gay Pride, Moscow Pride without a hitch, more.    READ MORE »

Fitness: Exercises you can do most anywhere

Using your own bodyweight doesn’t require equipment and can be done wherever you are. Squats, trunk curls, push-ups, bar-dips and chin-ups are great to include in any conditioning program.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 24 gay things to do in Atlanta today

There’s no time or need to hold a memorial for Memorial Weekend or for May. Tuesday and the month of June are here with this list of LGBT events in Atlanta to keep you moving forward today.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Splish, splash with Bruno Rosendo

It's back to work after a long holiday weekend. So what better way to distract yourself from the misery of the workday than with a few shots of Bruno Rosendo.    READ MORE »

Monday: 19 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Happy Memorial Day! Atlanta's Gay Agenda calendar has events that make it easy to celebrate. LGBT veterans, MondoHomo concludes, Mixx 1st Anniversary T-dance and more.    READ MORE »

Monday: Sexy soldiers for your Memorial Day

Who makes the sexiest soldier--Jake Gyllenhaal in "Jarhead" or John Cena in "Marine?" Ponder that this Memorial Day while you consider all the real and sexy soldiers who have served the country so well.    READ MORE »

Atlanta’s LGBT veterans honor Memorial Day

The Georgia chapter of American Veterans for Equal Rights makes its sixth annual Memorial Day Taps Ceremony special with the rededication of a refurbished Piedmont Park veteran’s monument.    READ MORE »

Sunday: 16 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Sunday isn't as Sunday-ish when you have Monday off. After gay-friendly church this week, check out all that LGBT Atlanta has planned, from MondoHomo to parties like the Club Q all-nighter.    READ MORE »

Sunday: Score with a spread of soccer studs

With the World Cup kicking off next week, Junior Magazine cashed in: A spread of sexy studs playing the sport shirtless and on the beach. That's the way to hook the gay fans.    READ MORE »

Saturday: 24 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Hello, Saturday. You look nice today. Thanks for the LGBT Atlanta events to choose from. We'll start with the MondoHomo, options buffet as a main course and About Face contest for dessert.    READ MORE »

Saturday: Dylan Kozyra and his colorful eyes

Dylan Kozyra wants to clear up any confusion about his eyes: They are a mixture of blue, grey and green naturally, but lighting can change them. Fine with us. We don’t mind gazing at them adoringly.    READ MORE »

Gay chamber networks in Kirkwood [photos]

The Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce took its 4th Friday Networking roadshow to Kirkwood, cozying up into the comfortable confines of a furniture and home accessories showroom.    READ MORE »

Pink Cadets workin’ it at the car wash [photos]

The Pink Cadets, one of the newest and quickly becoming one of the funnest teams of the Hotlanta Softball League, stripped grime off cars and the shirts off their back for charity.    READ MORE »

No indictment for ex-teacher in hit-for-hire case

A grand jury Wednesday found no probable cause against former Clayton County School teacher Randolph Forde, who was accused of hiring a hitman for a student he allegedly taunted as gay.    READ MORE »

 
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