The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

One two, you know what to do. Three, four, come on through that door. Five, six, get your LGBTQ fix of events in Atlanta that light a spark in your behind and put the gay in your day.    READ MORE »

Happy birthday, Madonna! 10 rules to live by from her first 60 years

Happy birthday, Madonna! 10 rules to live by from her first 60 years

As Queer Atlanta sets to celebrate her 60th birthday, we found 10 rules to live by that Her Madge-esty taught us just by living out that big, charmed life of hers.    READ MORE »

Clayton County to Supreme Court: Ignore gay man who was fired

Clayton County to Supreme Court: Ignore gay man who was fired

Clayton County asked the U.S. Supreme Court to ignore a split in lower court rulings and deny the petition of a former county employee who claimed he was fired for being gay.    READ MORE »

Future drag stars work it out at Friends on Ponce

Future drag stars work it out at Friends on Ponce

Drag newbies got a chance to strut their stuff at New Faces night at Friends on Ponce.    READ MORE »

Armorettes recruit new camp drag queens at Midtown Moon

Armorettes recruit new camp drag queens at Midtown Moon

Several brave souls pining for a slot in the legendary Armorettes lineup took to the floor Sunday at Midtown Moon.    READ MORE »

Queer Georgians raise ‘pushing the envelope’ to an art form in Q

Queer Georgians raise ‘pushing the envelope’ to an art form in Q

Part of queer identity has traditionally been living on the fringe and making it work. Not just surviving, but thriving out of the box. Welcome to this week's edition of Q magazine.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlanta hits the deck for Sunday funday at Midtown Tavern

LGBTQ Atlanta hits the deck for Sunday funday at Midtown Tavern

Birthday boy DJ Joe Gauthreaux rang in another year getting bodies moving with a set at Midtown Tavern.    READ MORE »

Trans elected official works to make metro Atlanta an LGBTQ safe space

Trans elected official works to make metro Atlanta an LGBTQ safe space

Transgender elected official Stephe Koontz is spearheading an effort to convince municipalities across metro Atlanta to pass a sweeping nondiscrimination ordinance to protect LGBTQ people.    READ MORE »

10 lessons we wish we could teach our younger selves

10 lessons we wish we could teach our younger selves

Even though we didn't think we needed it at the time, our younger selves could have used some of our hard earned advice. Here are the 10 most common themes from real people.    READ MORE »

Felon on trial for ‘brutal murder’ of Cobb gay man

Felon on trial for ‘brutal murder’ of Cobb gay man

The alleged killer of a gay East Cobb man went on trial last week, with prosecutors saying the motive involved greed and a failing business.    READ MORE »

Southeast Black & Blue delivers kinky weekend at Eagle

Southeast Black & Blue delivers kinky weekend at Eagle

Southeast Black & Blue Weekend returned in all its leathery glory to Atlanta Eagle for three days of all things kink.

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Power of trans women displayed at civil rights center event

Power of trans women displayed at civil rights center event

Transgender women got the spotlight as Lite Study Atlanta presented We Are No Longer Invisible at the Center for Civil and Human Rights.    READ MORE »

Gemmel Moore was a man, not a cautionary tale

Gemmel Moore was a man, not a cautionary tale

Gemmel Moore died almost exactly a year ago. All who mourn should resist the temptation to fit his life and death into some narrative about race, sexuality and pathology.    READ MORE »

Atlanta landscaper denies service to gay couple for being ‘perverse’

Atlanta landscaper denies service to gay couple for being ‘perverse’

The owner of an Atlanta landscape design business refused a gay couple because their marriage was a "delusion" according to his Yelp response.    READ MORE »

Jeff Sessions backs Georgia’s anti-LGBTQ ‘religious freedom’ bills
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Jeff Sessions backs Georgia’s anti-LGBTQ ‘religious freedom’ bills

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions compared opponents of 'religious freedom' legislation to 'moral enforcer' Harvey Weinstein at an anti-LGBTQ legal group’s summit in Georgia.    READ MORE »

Jake Shears goes solo for sexy Southern ‘Big Bushy Mustache’ ride

Jake Shears goes solo for sexy Southern ‘Big Bushy Mustache’ ride

Imagine if honky-tonk, funk and electronica had a three-way and made a baby. That baby would be “Jake Shears,” the eponymous debut solo album by Scissor Sisters’ out queer frontman.    READ MORE »

Find your kink at Atlanta’s Southeast Black & Blue weekend

Find your kink at Atlanta’s Southeast Black & Blue weekend

The annual LGBTQ-BDSM festival is ready to turn Atlanta every which way but loose with three days of demos, parties and other activities at its Atlanta Eagle home base.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Dancing, mixing, meeting and canvassing are just a few of the LGBTQ activities waiting in LGBTQ Atlanta this Friday through Sunday. See what kind of ‘good trouble’ you can get into.    READ MORE »

Charlie Bailey ready to fight anti-LGBT bills as attorney general

Charlie Bailey ready to fight anti-LGBT bills as attorney general

Georgia Attorney General candidate Charlie Bailey traces his opposition to anti-LGBTQ 'religious freedom' bills back to the African-American civil rights movement of the 1950s and ‘60s.    READ MORE »

Morph music showcase to bend BeltLine ears this Thursday

Morph music showcase to bend BeltLine ears this Thursday

Meet Morph, the LGBTQ-friendly music showcase ready to make some music at The Bakery this week with a previously un-collected group of artists, DJs and musicians.    READ MORE »

 
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