Ricky Martin naked, Obama thicket, Boy Scouts

Revisiting Ricky's body-ful video, it’s not easy being the gay-friendly president, Boy Scouts ordered to pay $1M for negligence in abuse case, and so many more trials and tribs.    READ MORE »

‘Runway’ recap: Eliminating an hour of your life

It’s a shame to call this week’s “Project Runway” episode "Finale, Part 1." Tim’s visit to the designers and the elimination round for the third finale slot were anti-climactic, time we’d like to get back.    READ MORE »

Reed: City improving relationship with Pride

The sometimes-frosty relationship between the City of Atlanta and the Atlanta Pride Committee that grew out of the festival being booted from Piedmont Park in 2008 is taking a turn for the better.    READ MORE »

Big Wig party on Saturday: How big is ‘Big’?

Don a wig and dress to thrill. Everybody’s doing it for Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus' Big Wig fundraiser. Bigger is better this year, and they’re ready to ply you with drinks, food, dancing and prizes.    READ MORE »

Friday: 30 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Yes! Yes! Yes! It’s Friday. Move through your day with LGBT events like the ATL Film Fest’s gay kickoff, “Christina Darling,” Dogwood, performances and yup, Vivica Fox is in the house!    READ MORE »

Friday: Three cheers for Aaron O’Connell

There's something about Midwestern guys. And while we can't quite describe it, it's sorta like porn–we know it when we see it. That's Aaron O'Connell.    READ MORE »

SoVo relaunches online, print edition delayed

The launch of Southern Voice under its new owners is unfolding in stages this week, despite the company's own marketing efforts announcing an April 14 start to “The Original Voice.”    READ MORE »

Etheridge split, ENDA, Carrey and McGregor

Melissa and Tammy call it quits, Jim and Ewan get their “I Love You,” Constance McMillen in NYC parade, Maine candidate defines far right, trans-inclusive ENDA gets another shot, and more drama.    READ MORE »

Play: What happens after ‘Mommie Dearest’?

As if researching the legendary Joan Crawford for several years wasn’t challenge enough, Atlanta playwright Topher Payne also stars as the Hollywood icon in his “Christina Darling,” opening Friday.    READ MORE »

Two Atlantans named to glossy’s ‘40 Under 40’

Atlanta might be the gayest city in the U.S., but when it comes to who makes up the Gay Mafia, Atlantans nabbed a slim two spots out of a possible 110 in recent rankings.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 27 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Starting the weekend on Thursday is a tradition. This week, that includes AEN networking, writers, performers and the Miss Georgia Entertainer of the Year pageant alongside a slew of weekly regulars.    READ MORE »

Thursday: Parker Hurley as quirky, sexy and cool

He's pierced–10 times to be exact. He's got ink–turquoise circles along the length of his spine. He wants to be an action hero in a movie. And oh yeah, Parker Hurley is smoking hot.    READ MORE »

Project ‘Idol’: Wednesday’s double elimination

Since the judge’s used the “save” option last week after Michael Lynche received the least number of votes, two contestants were on the chopping block for Wednesday’s results show.    READ MORE »

Bucks rugby ends season with loss [photos]

A tough season now over, the Atlanta Bucks Rugby Football Club can focus on a little fun: It hosts its festive fundraiser, the Purple Dress Run, later this month.    READ MORE »

Ga. schools hopefuls match on LGBT issues

Democrats Beth Farohkhi and Brian Westlake hope to become State School Superintendent and, after a side-by-side comparison, share similar views on proms, gender expression and bullying.    READ MORE »

Jesse James, HIV Olympian, 50 Cent, mas Massa

Bullock’s husband caught in anti-gay rant, Olympian who didn’t disclose, big gay wish for 50 Cent, Christian singer Jennifer Knapp comes out, and more male aides accuse Congressman Eric Massa.    READ MORE »

Need Wood? Bottoming and booty bumps

Don’t laugh. Hemorrhoids are no joke, and they’re particularly annoying for gay men who have anal sex. Here’s a cautionary tail... er, tale, plus some myth busting and practical tips you can really use.    READ MORE »

YouthPride raises funds with artsy event [photos]

Cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, music and no cover charge? And it's for a great cause? We're so there and so were more than 300 people on Friday at Evolve!, the annual fundraiser for YouthPride.    READ MORE »

2010 ATL Film Fest ‘Pink’ entries keep it gay

The Atlanta Film Festival opens Thursday with a number of films with gay and lesbian themes included in this year’s week-long lineup, including the much-discussed “8: The Mormon Proposition.”    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 28 gay things to do in Atlanta today

We can see the future. What lies ahead in LGBT Atlanta are meals with extras, PALS Bingo, meetings of the minds for every faction, games to play, and bar nights like the weekly Dress Code party.    READ MORE »