Playing the part is half the fun of cosplay, and the LGBTQ geeks of OutlantaCon are ready to work it during their annual sci-fi/fantasy gathering. Q magazine's 10 Queer Things features this weeks offers these ideas for OutlantaCon's Galactic Couture and Project Cosplay breakout events.
Heroes & Villains
Damn the Torpedoes
Quoth the Raven
Automaton for the People
This feature originally ran in Q magazine. Read the digital verson below, and pick us up around Atlanta each week.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms’ new LGBTQ advisory board is narrowing its focus to five issues and promising to open its meetings to the public. READ MORE »
Learning to say F#%*! what other people think, because worrying about someone's needs without regard to your own will never, ever get you where you want to go. READ MORE »
Q contributing photographer James L. Hicks captures queens and kings whose avant-garde artistry that defies and expands traditional notions of beauty, gender and drag itself. READ MORE »
An unidentified man is still at large after threatening to shoot a gay Atlanta man during a robbery in Midtown. The perpetrator claimed he needed money for HIV medication. READ MORE »
Friends are mourning the deaths of Montell Newton and Kiwan Benson, two LGBTQ Atlanta artists and musicians who drowned off Tybee Island on Monday. READ MORE »