Arkansas-born, Venezuela-raised, Miami loving and Atlanta visiting Leonardo Corredor made a splash as a model, singer, TV host and “Mr Venezuela 2007.” With experience comes a deeper smolder.
Gone are the not-so-innocent teases and apparently scrubbed solo sex videos. Here to stay are the swarthy brooding and a daring that shows off the assets that gay Atlanta fans saw back in 2010. And by assets, we mean six-pack abs, a confident pout and a packed package. The Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce event didn’t know what hit it. Now we all do.
Photos by Greg Vaughn, Greg Swales and Thomas Synnamon
When Atlanta Pride in the park started cooling off, things were just beginning to heat up at the gay bars on Cheshire Bridge. No where was that more true at BJ Roosters, where dancers and patrons got steamy.
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Just because Pride is over doesn’t mean the LGBTQ events slow down. In fact, the opposite is true. Scroll through our Queer Agenda and let Atlanta show you a good time this weekend. READ MORE »
The City of Atlanta continues to be an overachiever when it comes to LGBT equality, again notching a perfect score -- actually 104 -- on the HRC’s Municipal Equality Index. Eight other Georgia cities flopped in dramatic fashion. READ MORE »
Cathy Woolard wants to be mayor. Sure, you might support her because she'd make history as Atlanta's first openly gay leader. But Woolard wants your vote because, she argues, she can do the job. READ MORE »
Atlanta’s gay sports bar got in on the Pride action starting on Friday and didn’t let up with a different game on every screen from College Football Saturday right through NFL Sunday. READ MORE »