The gridiron gays of the National Flag Football League of Atlanta went head-to-head for the league championship on Saturday, with Henry's Housewives of Midtown coming out on top.
Pre-season drills kicked off this year’s action, with the teams revealed at a season opening kickoff party, then a break from the field for a margarita or seven at Zocalo.
But Saturday, it was all business at Franklin Gateway Sports Complex in Marietta, followed by an end-of-season brunch at Henry's and cocktails at Blake’s.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
Stacey Abrams became the first major party gubernatorial candidate to speak at Atlanta Pride and to march in the Pride parade. Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and numerous elected officials and candidates who will be on the ballot in November took part in the parade. READ MORE »
Stacey Abrams has quietly stocked her gubernatorial campaign team with more LGBTQ members than any other major party campaign in Georgia in memory. READ MORE »
Q Voices columnists join forces in this week's Pride issue with advice to their pre-coming-out selves. From light-hearted and simple to serious and nuanced, this chorus strikes the right note. READ MORE »
Republican Brian Kemp is out with an attack ad against his Democratic rival Stacey Abrams in the unlikeliest of places — Grindr — despite Kemp’s support of anti-LGBTQ bills. READ MORE »
Letter writers into The Q, we're calling them Newbie and Unwoke, both find long-overdue teaching moments in equality and the joys of being out and proud on Pride Weekend. READ MORE »