Three of six LGBTQ candidates sail to victory across Georgia

Three of six LGBTQ candidates sail to victory across Georgia

The Georgia legislature now has the largest number of openly LGBTQ members ever and a gay civic activist made history in Gwinnett on Election Day.    READ MORE »

10 signs that LGBTQ rights fights are shifting everyday culture

10 signs that LGBTQ rights fights are shifting everyday culture

When the going gets rough, it's empowering to look up from queer battles and headaches to acknowledge both the subtle and blatant changes all around us as signs of the times.    READ MORE »

Man sexually assaulted in Marietta hotel after gay app meetup

Man sexually assaulted in Marietta hotel after gay app meetup

Cobb police are searching for a man who allegedly sexually assaulted another man after the two chatted on a gay social networking app and met in a Marietta hotel room.    READ MORE »

This week’s Q magazine marks the signs of changing queer times

This week’s Q magazine marks the signs of changing queer times

As buried as our heads can be in equalizing societal playing fields, often mired in grayer-than-November and colder-than-comfortable climes, it’s nice to stop and smell the roses of progress.    READ MORE »

Lips marks five years of drag dining with blowout party

Lips marks five years of drag dining with blowout party

It’s hard to believe it’s already been five years since the ladies of Lips started strutting into our hearts, but it has.    READ MORE »

All Stripes cheer on Atlanta United in Sweet Auburn
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All Stripes cheer on Atlanta United in Sweet Auburn

When Atlanta United plays, the team’s LGBTQ fan club All Stripes is always watching, and that’s how it was Sunday at Georgia Beer Garden.    READ MORE »

Doraville passes historic LGBTQ nondiscrimination ordinance
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Doraville passes historic LGBTQ nondiscrimination ordinance

The city of Doraville passed a sweeping nondiscrimination ordinance to protect LGBTQ people, making it only the second city in Georgia with such protections.    READ MORE »

Bears go full Folsom at Heretic for Bearracuda

Bears go full Folsom at Heretic for Bearracuda

The always popular Bearracuda party series returned to Heretic on Saturday with a little SanFran flair.    READ MORE »

Hotlanta Softball jocks cap season with Oscar’s beer bust
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Hotlanta Softball jocks cap season with Oscar’s beer bust

The Atlanta Reign of the Hotlanta Softball League toasted the fall season on Saturday with a beer bust at Oscar’s.    READ MORE »

Obama stumps for LGBTQ ally Stacey Abrams in Atlanta
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Obama stumps for LGBTQ ally Stacey Abrams in Atlanta

Former President Barack Obama vouched for LGBTQ ally Stacey Abrams at a rally in Atlanta, calling her the “most experienced, most qualified” candidate for Georgia governor.    READ MORE »

Queer life improves, but hooking up is still oh-so hard to do

Queer life improves, but hooking up is still oh-so hard to do

Some queer conundrums never get easier, whether you're big-kid fishing in a millennial pond, wanting commitment, or worried about HIV in the wrong way. Was it always this hard? Yes.    READ MORE »

10 LGBTQ issues facing whoever we elect in Georgia on Nov. 6

10 LGBTQ issues facing whoever we elect in Georgia on Nov. 6

There’s one coalition of dedicated staff and volunteers with queer Georgia is on their mind every single day. On Election Day, the officials they engage the rest of the year are up to us.    READ MORE »

Georgia lawmaker kicks trans people out of Pence-Kemp rally

Georgia lawmaker kicks trans people out of Pence-Kemp rally

U.S. Rep. Buddy Carter, an anti-LGBTQ lawmaker from Savannah, kicked two transgender people out of a rally in Savannah which Vice President Mike Pence was stumping for Brian Kemp.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ attorneys celebrate at Midtown awards dinner

LGBTQ attorneys celebrate at Midtown awards dinner

The LGBTQ lawyers of the Stonewall Bar Association of Georgia gathered with their legal friends in the upscale Egyptian Ballroom at The Fox Theatre to taste, toast and give out awards.    READ MORE »

Frenchie Davis coming to Atlanta to fulfill her destiny

Frenchie Davis coming to Atlanta to fulfill her destiny

Grammy-nominated singer Frenchie Davis is closing in on 20 years in the music business, so she’ll be loaded with songs to belt out when she plays Out Front Theatre on Nov. 7.    READ MORE »

Queen’s Freddie Mercury biopic delivers ‘Rhapsody’ realness

Queen’s Freddie Mercury biopic delivers ‘Rhapsody’ realness

Queer icon Freddie Mercury was bold, groundbreaking, revolutionary and beguiling. A movie about his band is a tall order, but 'Bohemian Rhapsody' delivers Queen realness in spades.    READ MORE »

‘I’m with her’: Making the queer case for Stacey Abrams

‘I’m with her’: Making the queer case for Stacey Abrams

I am scared, and if you’re scared too, a Stacey Abrams win can help calm very real LGBTQ survival fears in Georgia. We need to vote for her because she leads in a fearless way.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlanta has a thriller Halloween night at Blake’s
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LGBTQ Atlanta has a thriller Halloween night at Blake’s

Weekday warriors headed to Blake’s on Wednesday to soak up the last of a fabulous Halloween season in Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Synagogue shooting renews calls for Georgia hate crime law

Synagogue shooting renews calls for Georgia hate crime law

Faith and community leaders gathered at Atlanta City Hall on Thursday to call on candidates and elected officials to denounce white supremacy in the wake of a shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue that left 11 dead.    READ MORE »

Meet Georgia’s LGBTQ and queer-friendly candidates for 2018
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Meet Georgia’s LGBTQ and queer-friendly candidates for 2018

Socially progressive voters may never be more motivated to hit the polls for a prophesized Blue Wave than in the 2018 midterm elections. It could be a Queer Wave as well.    READ MORE »

 
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