Hotlanta Softball cooks to close season [photos]

With weeks of games, a campy pageant, a tournament with a sexy side and their list of World Series competitors all behind them, the Hotlanta Softball League called an end to its 30th season.    READ MORE »

Need Wood? Is the sex I like risky business?

“I’ve been hooking up with this guy and having awesome sex. We both have boyfriends but play on the side. Should we ditch the condoms?” Someone else wants to know about risks in oral sex.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 25 gay things to do in Atlanta today

It’s all downhill from here. Nudge yourself over the Hump Day and coast into LGBT events from movies, dinners and discussions to game nights, dance parties and variety shows.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Keith’s abs take over New York City

Fitness buff Keith makes the mean streets of New York City his own private gym. With more than 2.5 million views of his ab video on YouTube, it apparently works for the 25-year-old.    READ MORE »

Community  |  News  |  Crime

Gwinnett police arrest gay group’s president

An Atlanta man who is president of a gay business group and supporter of an HIV charity was arrested in June and remains in a Gwinnett jail on charges that he stole a vehicle from his former employer.    READ MORE »

Hello, Dali. High triumphs with Atlanta exhibit

Salvador Dali and his art have always challenged critics, thinkers and art historians. Now the High takes on and conquers a rethinking of the latter half of the artist's career in “Dali: The Late Work.”    READ MORE »

Wet Demons wash up for World Series [photos]

It felt more like an episode of "Baywatch: The Gay Edition" than a fundraiser, but with an event called "Shirtless, Soaking Wet Wet Demons Car Wash" you know the $10 will be worth every penny.    READ MORE »

News  |  Health

Atlanta HIV groups get share of $42M in grants

Four metro Atlanta HIV agencies are among the 133 community-based organizations awarded $42 million to help boost their HIV prevention efforts among gay men and other at-risk populations.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 27 gay things to do in Atlanta today

If living well is the best revenge, avenge yourself with LGBT events that are good and gay: Good food, good friends, good deals, good shows, good drinks and good times. It’s all good.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Abercrombie & Fitch brings sexy back

Famed photographer Bruce Weber and Abercrombie & Fitch are back after a 7-year break with a sexy and playful–and quite gay–A&F Quarterly. Lots of chests, 15 bare butts and 16 shots of nearly full frontal.    READ MORE »

Eagle Raid  |  Community  |  News

Eagle raid inspires fetish fair, gay legal group

The nearly year-old police raid of the Atlanta Eagle has gone from a local flashpoint of anger to a national point of inspiration for a fetish fair and a fundraising tool for a gay legal group.    READ MORE »

Backpack hits Piedmont for the kids [photos]

When it comes to helping underprivileged children, the gays can rally despite scorching heat, and they showed it Sunday during the 5th Annual Backpack in the Park.    READ MORE »

‘True Blood’: Goodbye cruel villains, hello fairy

In a transitional episode of “True Blood,” this season’s gay prominence stays pretty much on the down low as some adversaries go bye-bye and key plots reveal hints of what’s to come.    READ MORE »

Monday: 20 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Welcome to the workweek, such as it is. Better yet, welcome to all the LGBT events on Atlanta's Gay Agenda. Take your pick from these options that make it easy to face down Monday.    READ MORE »

Monday: Rodrigo Guilherme fights for fashion

From super hot Latin muay thai fighter to super hot Latin model, Rodrigo Guilherme captures our attention like any muscled and inked guy should.    READ MORE »

Gay men’s chorus delivers a little love [photos]

Focus the high-energy style of the 100-voice Atlanta Gay Men's Chorus on any musical score, and the results will perk up your ears–even when it's from the already impressive Lennon-McCartney songbook.    READ MORE »

Atlanta artist works canvas for GLAAD [photos]

Gay Atlanta artist Nabil Mousa takes his passion for gay rights to canvass and used his latest works to raise the profile of the fight for equality and the local organizing arm of a national LGBT group.    READ MORE »

Sunday: 18 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Sunday in the park with gays. Backpack in the Park leads off a slew of activities that carry the LGBT in you from church and Brunch to live concerts and stage shows.    READ MORE »

Sunday: Enrico Hahn’s passion for Speedos

Enrico Hahn is swimming his way into our hearts by way of our libido. The sexy swimmer from the United Kingdom has decided that his packed Speedo is good enough for the fashion industry.    READ MORE »

AEN’s summer night of mixing, partying [photos]

Loosen your tie and unbutton your collar, for it's time to go business casual and enjoy a summer night of networking, cocktailing and mixing with the Atlanta Executive Network.    READ MORE »

 
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