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21 ways we love weather hunk Rob Marciano

Move over, Sam Champion. Or at least sit tight. We need a moment with our original Atlanta weather stud, Rob Marciano. The smiling brunette beefcake is returning to his first love and gunning for Champion’s job. Sort of.    READ MORE »

Falcons coach spews gay slur on ‘Hard Knocks’

The Atlanta Falcons began this season as the first stop on the NFL’s new LGBT respect training program. But they couldn’t make it out of preseason without a coach calling a player a “jailhouse bitch."    READ MORE »

Gay marriage in Ga. would bring $78 million boost

A new study says thousands of gay couples in Georgia would marry in the first year that same-sex marriage is legal, providing an economic boost of more than $50 million to the state's struggling economy.    READ MORE »

Marietta not happy with recognizing gay marriage

Marietta is being forced to be nice to gay couples who work for it, but only when one-half of the couple dies. Still, even that's too much for a guy named Thunder and his City Council colleagues.    READ MORE »

Gay-owned bars get $274,000 to fluff their facades

Two gay-owned businesses finding success putting the eclectic back in Edgewood Avenue are getting $274,000 in grants to fluff their facades to help pretty things up along the corridor.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta strips down for Ice Bucket Challenge

When gay Atlanta strips down for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, it's something to see. And don't be shy about gawking. It's all for charity.    READ MORE »

Gay NBA player dishes about life in gay Atlanta

Before Jason Collins became the NBA's first openly gay jock, he played with the Atlanta Hawks, lived in the gayborhood and longed to be one of the gays enjoying their gayness in Piedmont Park.    READ MORE »

‘Great beer’ with gay twist coming to Edgewood

In case classic arcade games and tasty cocktails aren't enough, the gay owners behind Joystick Gamebar are opening a second spot so you can swill local brews. Right across the street.    READ MORE »

Felon charged in brutal killing of gay Cobb man

Cell phone tracking helped police track down and charge the man suspected of stabbing a gay man 32 times and killing him inside his Cobb County home.    READ MORE »

Bob Gibeling rallies supporters for House race

Gay candidate Bob Gibeling rallied with supporters on Wednesday as his race for the state House heats up just weeks ahead of the November election.    READ MORE »

Models strike a sexy pose for gay Atlanta charity

Making sexy gay Atlanta models look like mannequins takes talent, patience and mad Photoshop skills. But when it promotes a charity, the effort seemed worth it for a gay business owner.    READ MORE »

Jason Carter taps gay politico for gov campaign

When Jason Carter needed cash for his gubernatorial run, he turned to the gays. And the gay politico who made it rain for him now has a seat on the Democrat's campaign committee.    READ MORE »

Two people arrested for bizarre attack in Midtown

A week after video of a bizarre attack went public, Atlanta police arrested two people accused of assaulting a couple outside gay-owned businesses in Midtown.    READ MORE »

Toxic troll Jody Hice keeps trolling Georgia’s gays

Anti-gay troll Jody Hice, a Georgia pastor headed to Congress, wants lawmakers to ban discrimination, if by "discrimination" you mean bias against those who practice anti-gay discrimination. Like him.    READ MORE »

Parker: HERO not a tool for sexual predators

Mayor Annise Parker continued to swat down concerns that the city's stalled Equal Rights Ordinance would allow sexual predators to prowl public restrooms during a radio show on Tuesday.    READ MORE »

Will Jardell dances his way onto ‘America’s Next Top Model’

When you're a gay man watching "America's Next Top Model" while growing up and coming out, the chance to meet Tyra Banks face-to-face is earth shattering. Especially for a guy from small town Texas.    READ MORE »

UH, Rice top gayest schools in Texas, nation

Near-perfect scores from an annual LGBT ranking of colleges puts two Houston schools on top of the Texas heap for LGBT-friendliness, but they’re not the only local campus on top – or on bottom.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta celebrity stylist sued for bad weave

Derek J has faced down gunfire from a competitor and the cast of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta." Now the gay celebrity stylist is staring down an ex customer who accuses him of stealing her weave.    READ MORE »

Emory tops gayest schools in Georgia, nation

Another perfect score from an annual LGBT ranking of colleges puts Atlanta’s gayest campus among a national elite for LGBT-friendliness, but it’s not the only local campus on top – or on bottom.    READ MORE »

Gay man gets 10-year sentence in stabbings

A gay Atlanta man will spend two years in prison for his role in a brawl in which he stabbed five people, claiming self-defense after party-goers aimed gay slurs at him.    READ MORE »