Who loves a pop diva? Leather daddies mixed with bears and dancing queens at the Eagle on Saturday to show their love for Britney Spears.
The annual Britney Bash – this was the third installment – always draws a big, diverse crowd to the Eagle to celebrate with DJ Pat Scott, who knows just what to feed this hungry bunch. Just like last year.
The event also served as a fundraiser for the Atlanta Pride Committee, which stages the annual rainbow fest on Oct. 8-9.
Georgia Equality endorsed a batch of candidates in municipal races across Atlanta, reaffirming its support for Cathy Woolard's mayoral run and supporting some – but not all – LGBT candidates on the ballot. READ MORE »
An anchor of gay Atlanta nightlife is shutting its doors in November, with Jungle becoming the latest victim in a changing Cheshire Bridge Road. READ MORE »
No more hurricanes or earthquakes, please. Just the natural goodness of living out and proud on another event-packed weekend that hits LGBT Atlanta like an act of god to blow you away. READ MORE »
Bars across Atlanta will get to stay open an extra three hours on Sunday night of Pride weekend next month, continuing a tradition that pushes back last call for the big gay holiday weekend. READ MORE »
Pop singers Kylie Minogue and Robyn were celebrated late into the night on Saturday as LGBTQ Atlanta partied its way through another Icon at Jungle. READ MORE »